Focus in on the delights of the kitchen and the table with ...
Dec
16
Check out my new e-book: “Holiday Cookies You Can Make” It’s $1.99 & you can find it in all the e-book stores. If you want to download it as a PDF and print it out, go to Smashwords, below. Here are links: AMAZON:...
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Dec
01
Leftovers. A word with negative connotations to many, but not to me. To some folks, the fridge-filling presence of something as big and challengingas the rest of the Thanksgiving turkey, or remains of the ham, or a mostly-finished rotisserie chicken is a burden, but consider...
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Nov
29
When The Banh Mi Handbook came out this summer, I couldn’t wait to go buy a copy for my kitchen. Was it the cool and compelling subtite: “Recipes for Crazy-Delicious Vietnamese Sandwiches”? Partly? Was it the cool cover, the handsome design, the abundance of...
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Nov
10
                                                  Just in time for holiday feasting, snacking, sharing, and celebrating, this smart, inviting new cookbook...
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Oct
09
  My friend Dean brought me this pile of pears from a roadside stand in Ashe County, North Carolina. Ashe County is in the Blue Ridge Mountains, on the NC-Virginia border northwest of Winston-Salem, NC. They were hard and sturdy, not the best for eating out of hand, but full...
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Sep
16
Back in July, I had the good fortune to travel back to Craftsy.com ‘s Studio F in Denver to shoot my second online video cooking class with an amazing, talented and delightful Craftsy crew. It was a whirlwind week with clouds of flour, sprinkles of sugar, strawberries and...
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Sep
16
I love Lottie + Doof, a blog by a Chicago-based food writer and photographer named Tim Mazurek. It's always gorgeous and interesting and the tone is gentle and inviting. Until an early September post, entitled The Torte, which began with an outright command: "Make this cake."...
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Sep
05
I’m always in the kitchen, where I cook for pleasure, of necessity, and as part of my food-centered work. I also spend time in The Kitchn, the online one where recipes, advice, essays, and ideas are always bubbling up and catching my eye. Early in the summer, I saw their...
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