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Cheating

Yes, I went to two cooking schools. I am a reader, scholar, educator, consultant, retiree  but I just cheated. I did not look at the entire recipe for Croquembouche, just for ingredients and timing. 131 more words

Editorial

Aiming (and failing) to Cook like a Chef

I am passionate about food and cooking. Cookbooks – I must have 100s.   I love trying new recipes, experimenting with exotic ingredients.  Over the years I have been to many a cooking course, often during travels to learn about ethnic cuisines. 1,327 more words

What It's Like Cooking At The #1 Hotel Cooking School in the World

It’s no secret that I love to cook – it’s one of my favorite de-stressers of all time.  There’s something cathartic about chopping vegetables, mixing together the right spices and sauces for new flavors, and seeing a finished product. 213 more words

Travel

Day Two: Green Bean Casserole

I don’t make anything fancy for Thanksgiving.  I like, and my family likes, a good homey kind of Thanksgiving.   One that we have eaten in some iteration for as long as I can remember. 566 more words

Dog-eared

Kristiansand, Norway -- September 11, 2017

Two things from the outset. First, the post about Aarhus was written using a feature in Windows Live Photo Gallery that I haven’t used before. It’s great for traveling where WiFi is expensive and/or unreliable, as it is on most ships. 800 more words

Travel

Coconut Butternut Squash Soup

Warm up to a bowl of coconut butternut squash soup. It’s smooth and and luscious with a burst of crunch. Easy cooking for fall!

Cut a large butternut squash in half lengthwise and scoop out seeds. 199 more words

Cooking School

Photography & food styling workshop 2018

Introducing a brand new collaboration between Come Cook In France’s food styling and photography workshops and Les Soeurs Anglaises a boutique workshop and accommodation venue in the beautiful Dordogne department in SW France. 89 more words

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