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Terrines! Part One.

How long has it been since you’ve had aspic? (Have you ever?)

Introducing aspics and terrines to the modern age is entertaining. Watching first-time aspic eaters take a stab at trying meat-flavored jello is enlightening–and entertaining– to say the least. 776 more words

Culinary School

Croquette roulette and other adventures

Have you SEEN the weather in London recently?! For the non-London residents among you, let me explain… It has regularly been reaching temperatures or 28 – or one specific occasion, 31 – degrees. 273 more words

Food

Retro Pumpkin and Spinach Terrine served on a bed of Tomato and Ginger Concasse. From The Archives. July, 2002.

This recipe is so 1970’s, but delicious!

As you know from reading this blog’s sister site, I have been blogging FOREVER! The time has come to record many of these old recipes here on… 484 more words

Living Joyfully

Cafe Muse promises to amuse

The quaint Cafe Muse on Washington Street in Royal Oak, MI is a bargain foodies’ dream come true. Although I have dined here several other times, it has never been for dinner. 260 more words

Great Food

Rook 719 Virginia Avenue

Today was a day of serendipity. I went to the Fountain Square area to visit a new brewery that had just opened a few days ago. 630 more words

Ethnic

A Fancy Lunch at a Country House

I’m one of those annoying people who feels the need to take photos of their food. In fact, that habit was a major factor in me starting a food blog in the first place; why not put the pictures of tasty/pretty/weird food to good use? 315 more words

Restaurant Reviews

summery smoked fish terrine

deutsche Version

If you, like me, live in the Northern hemisphere of the globe, making a terrine may seem a bit of a strange project for an afternoon in June – such a cold season thing to do, not far away from jarring, canning, all ways of preserving food, collecting storage for winter. 1,206 more words

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