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Steeling My Heart

Pound for pound, my favorite Christmas gift this year was my Baking Steel. That pound for pound comment was a joke. It is heavy.

Most people have heard of a pizza stone. 203 more words


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Mmmm. Pizza.

A Yankee Cooks Dominican Sancocho Stew

Last summer I had the chance of sharing at the AP US History Reading in Tampa with Mr. Rumley, an amazingly experienced US History teacher and a great fan of cooking. 1,403 more words

Traditional Dominican Food

Writing on Retro Microwave Cookbooks (& more!) for Nursing Clio

I’m realizing that I never formally announced on the blog some big and happy news: I’m now a regular contributing writer at Nursing Clio! 198 more words

Food Studies

What She Ate by Laura Shapiro

Before I became obsessed with penning stories behind those who make food, I was obsessed with slipping into the souls of other peoples’ stories in body. 734 more words


The Significance of 1,391,361


There is a property located on N. 179th St. in Miami-Dade County, Florida, with an assessed value of $1,391,361.

In the fiscal year 2010, the adopted expenditures for “Personal Services, Area Agency on Aging”, in Prince William County, Virginia, was… 287 more words


Summer Reading

In case you’d like a taste of what I’m reading, here are two samples from a book I purchased yesterday.

“I do believe, against all the odds, that cream will be with us for a long time yet, despite its well-known high cholesterol content. 359 more words

Food And Drink