Monthly Archives: December 2011

Great band, great recipe

Jane Jane Pollock strides the creepy/cute continuum in a beautiful way. Psychedelic Island Experimental Dance music doesn’t get better than this. Also this recipe: Korean style ribs from Crepes of Wrath is super, simple, and really cheap, especially when you … Continue reading

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Have no money? Make your family candy!

This recipe for Rocky Road Bark (from Cook’s County Chocolate Desserts issue) is delightful, just make sure you don’t cook the caramel too long! I also suggest you double it. Then you can give away half and eat the rest! … Continue reading

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Sad Bread, oh no!

I’m attempting to make more of my own bread. It’s cheap, so mcuh tastier, and when I’m just kicking around the house, why not let some bread rise and then eat it? I’m trying however to use whole wheat flour, … Continue reading

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Brunch Delight

Munch a bunch of carrots, they crunch come before lunch who knew biting informed meaning so. I have this hunch that the punch is best aimed at the jaw. Now that’s out of the way, here is a recipe for … Continue reading

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Eggday Update

Of course, everyone won the Deviled Egg cook-off. You really cannot go wrong. The only two necessary ingredients are vinegar and mayonnaise or sour cream. On the far left, I made Sweet Devilish Eggs, where I also added cream cheese, … Continue reading

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Pilaf your layers, its getting steamy.

I bought an enormous bag of Basmati rice. Great investment, $12 and so many meals! Instead of being happy with simple, delicious white rice, I of course took this opportunity to learn about various types of Pilaf. I figured there … Continue reading

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Eggceptional (not boiled) Eggs

Reading this new, pretty sweet culinary magazine, Lucky Peach, I have found many delightful things. This issue had an eggsperiment using a sous vide method to cook eggs. Cooking eggs with low temperatures for an extended period of time can … Continue reading

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