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Can You Boil Water?

The greatest dishes are very simple. Auguste Escoffier, French chef, restaurateur and culinary writer who popularized and updated traditional French cooking methods. 

Yesterday I quoted Alice Waters, a famous, leading-edge U.S. 220 more words

Celebrating Beauty

When something is beautiful, everybody realizes it. It’s like walking into a grove of old-growth redwoods or witnessing an extraordinary sunset. Alice Waters, American award-winning chef, a pioneer in locally grown, California cuisine… 179 more words

5 Wild Women Who Are Transforming the World

In honor of Women’s Equality Day, Pachamama Alliance has created a list of five Wild Women who are transforming the world. Wild Women are in touch with their deepest intuition and inner knowing. 1,159 more words

Learning

Lemon Meyer Dressing

I know I shouldn’t use bottle dressing, but its SO EASY!! Thus, making a salad with wonderful Dirty Girl tomatoes and cucumbers from Monterey Market… 212 more words

Recipes

Chefs we have and have not known!

If you are in the food business, this book is worth slugging through. Stories and characters that explain a little on how we ended up looking at Chefs in a different way.

Dyslexia Dairies May Doodle Challenge

So a couple of days ago I came across The Dyslexia Dairies May doodle challenge, with the theme under the sea.  Now I love a doodle challenge, but I wasn’t sure if I would be able to pull som… 6 more words

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Stinkers, Dictators, and Egg Spoons

People appearing to be real stinkers might simply be under the sway of their microbes. After all, BBC.com’s James Gallagher recently wrote that “if you count all the cells in your body, only 43% are human. 676 more words