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We get dozens of cookbooks each week at SAVEUR magzine, and every month we share our favorite new releases—books that, through one avenue of greatness or another, have earned a place on our over-stuffed shelves.
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This lovely dish was inspired by my weekend grocery shopping trip to Sprouts. Normally I like to have my meals planned out and have an organized list before heading to the store, but Ben and I were out and about and figured we might as well go grocery shopping. 416 more words
Even the best cooks get into ruts.
For all the diversity in my weekly menus, I often find myself bored with my cooking. What sounds like an unimaginably exciting and exotic week of dinners to most — for example: Venetian cecchiti with hand-tossed pizza on Monday, sushi and tempura on Tuesday, Wednesday queso fundido and Mexico City-style tacos, Thursday tea-smoked duck and lo mien, and so on — can seem like “same old, same old” to me. 567 more words
- This has been re-posted from another BLOG.
We get dozens of cookbooks each week at SAVEUR magzine, and every month we share our favorite new releases—books that, through one avenue of greatness or another, have earned a place on our over-stuffed shelves. 2,078 more words
We’re Back! After a ten day vacation, it’s back to vegan cooking for All Good Gifts. While we were away in England we enjoyed some fabulous vegan meals at hotels, and at the All Hallows Guest House at the Shrine of Julian of Norwich in Norwich, England. 327 more words
I did less baking this past week, except yesterday I made some items for a church potluck.
A couple of tips from my efforts this week: I mentioned that I hate the taste of both baking powder and baking soda so I went to extraordinary efforts to completely blend any recipes that used either. 770 more words