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Lessons from the Kitchen

If you haven’t noticed from my myriad of food posts on twitter, I’ll just get this out here for you.


One of my favorite jobs was as a cooking instructor, and I frequently experiment with various cuisines in my home kitchen. 825 more words

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Before Dr. Atkins, William Banting Preached a High-Protein Diet

Dr. Richard Atkins published his Dr. Atkins Diet Revolution in 1972, outlining a radical diet plan. Dr. Atkins advocated a low-carbohydrate, high-protein diet. The approach was touted as a “new” and “revolutionary” weight-loss method–but it was hardly either. 1,213 more words


MFK Fisher's Legacy of Culinary Literature

Few writers have made the same mark on American culinary literature as MFK Fisher. Her fresh perspective and inventive prose have made Fisher a favorite among collectors of food literature. 1,846 more words

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Antonin Careme, Celebrity Chef to European Royalty

“When we no longer have good cooking in the world, we will have no literature, no high and sharp intelligence, nor friendly gatherings, nor social harmony.” -Antonin Carême  749 more words


Italy that's Amore!

Because of my Italian roots I grew up surrounded by good food and amazing wines. My grannies were fantastic cooks and made their best to cook each Sunday marvelous lunches with the sole scope of fattening their beloved grand kids! 373 more words

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