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Tartine Potato Focaccia

The Roots are not only one of my favorite bands, they are the class of my favorite vegetables. Roots and Tubers (which would be the name of my chickens’ band if only I would let them into a recording studio) are the very last thing the Earth yields before turning to stone for a few brief months. 307 more words

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Hawaiian pizza and baked potato fries (make dinner with me!)

I haven’t made dinner for my family in a long time and since I figured that mother deer should have a break, I decided to make dinner one spontaneous evening and I went all out! 365 more words


Chewy Whole Grain Bagels

For some reason, I have been craving bagels lately. My pumpkin spice whole wheat bagels turned out well (after all, does pumpkin spice ever taste bad?), but they didn’t quite capture the soft chewiness of a real New York bagel. 151 more words


Finnish rye bread (ruisreikäleipä)

Baking the ultimate loaf of bread is an ongoing quest – and something I am a long way from attaining. Mostly, I make sourdough loaves, with varying degrees of success, depending on how long I’ve neglected my starter for. 426 more words


Whole Wheat Tartine Bread Moves People

In the Emergency Department, one of the primary goals is to “move people.” One of my consultants told me that a common question in an EM residency interview is to be asked, “how are you at moving people?” An inquiry into how efficient you are with patient care, with, I believe, more of an emphasis on quantity and velocity than the quality of care or management of emotions involved. 320 more words

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Apple cinnamon swirl buns (vegan)

We’re a few weeks into Autumn and I think that I have finally accepted the fact that summer has come and gone. I mean, I was in denial about it for a good while because sunshine is so hard to come by here in Vancouver but I realized that there are actually quite a few things that I look forward to when it comes to Fall! 377 more words


pain aux raisins

I spoke too soon when I said that I was sweating less these days. Not exactly. It is true that we have slightly cooler temperatures here in the Pacific Northwest now that fall is here, but between the heat from our TV, the dishwasher, and of course the oven, and the tendency of this apartment to absorb all the sun’s heat for the day, today I think sweated just as much I normally would on a hot summer’s day. 1,115 more words

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