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FFWD - Chicken in a Pot: The Garlic and Lemon Version

It never occurred to me in October of 2010 what joining a weekly online cooking group would come to mean to me. I thought that I was setting up a routine to help keep me writing regularly on my new blog, but it’s been so much more. 346 more words

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chicken in a pot: the lemon and garlic version (the final recipe) {ffwd}

How did we get here? In October 2010, I joined a new cooking group, French Fridays with Dorie, a group taking up the challenge of cooking their way through… 765 more words

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the cover

Denial. It’s usually bandied about in such a negative context, but I happen to think that denial is unfairly maligned. As part of my work I’ve attended many courses on Organizational Change and Elisabeth K├╝bler-Ross’s 5 Stages of Grief is often one of the classic models to be discussed. 445 more words

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ffwd - chicken in the pot: the garlic and lemon version

I’m willing to bet that a lot of the people who started cooking with French Fridays with Dorie were at least partially drawn to the project because of this recipe. 1,067 more words

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French Food Revolution Friday with Dorie 2015

This week, the French Fridays with Dorie crew is participating in Food Revolution Day, led by Mardi of eat. live. travel. write.

Our assignment this time around is to share something we’ve learned from… 656 more words

FFWD

seafood pot-au-feu {ffwd}

(Sniff, sniff! This is the second-to-last recipe that the French Fridays with Dorie group will cook together. I’ll save my reflections for another week, but it seems impossible to be at this point.) 571 more words

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seafood pot au feu

Pot au Feu, where have you been all my life?

Somehow in many years of visiting France (heck, even living there for a while), visiting French restaurants, and generally nosing around for all things good to eat, Pot au Feu did not cross my path until I started cooking through Dorie Greenspan’s Around my French Table. 254 more words

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