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Chez Panisse-Inspired Strawberry Salad

My bucket list in life vacillates from year to year. Things like hot air ballooning fall off as I age and become more protective of my life. 456 more words

Kimberly Nichols

The Monday Mag - June 20, 2016

In This Edition Of Our Somewhat Weekly Magazine:

  • Beer Infused Pizza Dough, Dude
  • The Varnum’s Food Fare
  • 3 New Ways to Serve Corn on The Cobb…
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Food Facts & Lore

Frogulent Activity

In April, my partner in crime, whom I shall call Tad, visited a creek and collected three pollywogs, which I shall refer to as Tadpoles. 221 more words


Roasted Rhubarb with Tonka Bean

Browsing through my recipe index the other day I noticed a couple of things. First, it is in dire need of an update – both to ensure there are links to all the recipes on  the blog but also to make it more user friendly (so you can find what you are looking for). 874 more words


Get Cooking!

Spring is most definitely in the air! While the trees are blossoming and budding out, we’re prepping our veggie beds, cleaning off our grills and getting our yards ready for the season. 470 more words

Book Review

When Food Has True Soul

There is simply no need to bling it out.

Alice Waters may be the mother of F2T cuisine, and James Beard may have returned America to celebrate it’s own organic cuisines, but… 269 more words


FOODIE FRIDAY: Authenticity in gastronomy

In 1961, restauratrice Cecilia Chiang opened The Mandarin restaurant in San Francisco and introduced Americans to real Northern Chinese dishes. She served hot-and-sour soup, dumplings, pot stickers, beggar’s chicken, smoked tea duck, Peking Duck, among many others that replaced then-standard Chinatown food like egg foo young, egg drop soup, and chop suey. 311 more words