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Lamb Tagine

A Tagine is a wonderful tool… It allows one to cook meat for hours and hours and never dries it out. The conical shape allows evaporated water to condense all along the top and drip down back onto the meat, … Continue reading

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Long awaited Baguettes!

I have made this recipe, literally at least 25 times, yet each time they are either eaten immediately or not exactly quite most pretty enough to take a picture. Sometimes they look wonky and curvy but they are always delicious. … Continue reading

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So French for lunch.

An omelet with Parmesan and shallots, fresh baguette with butter, green apple, and strawberries. Of course the obligatory glass of inexpensive but tasty wine. Thank you two buck chuck! How to make a french-style omelet: 1. Heat up a pan, … Continue reading

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Ginger Cucumber Salad

Now, I don’t know if you are all familiar with the joys and pitfalls of dumpster diving. But there is so much good food to be had. Here is a list of things I have recently found in perfect shape, … Continue reading

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Fried, Amazing, Momofuku Chicken

When I open up a cookbook I’ve never used before I love to see lists of ingredients that I can afford, that I even already have in my kitchen. Looking at My Last Supper: The Next Course, I did not … Continue reading

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Stock up on it

Homemade stock is a simple way to make everything delicious. It’s a great way to use leftovers and veggies that may have been sitting in the fridge a bit too long to be optimally tasty. You can use it in: … Continue reading

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Apple Almond Quickbread

Yesterday I woke up feeling refreshed, relaxed, earlier than I’d anticipated and thought, “well why not just get a jump on the day?” It being the last day of 2011 and quite was a fine one, I thought I must … Continue reading

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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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