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going to france for dinner via chester county

We have this sort of unofficial supper club with some of our Chester County residing Shipley friends. Last night, we were treated to dinner at the home of one of these friends.  480 more words

Chester County

A Recipe for Canned Corn Corn Chowder

Corn chowder is a wonderful thing. Although some of us would be ashamed to admit it, canned corn is a wonderful thing too. Although a steaming bowl of chowder is most welcome in the winter, winter is precisely when corn is out of season. 568 more words

Becoming a Master

Shortly after turning 25 I bought the thing that I was told all cooks aspiring to greatness need – Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking. 269 more words

Cooking My Way Through Julia

Potage Parmentier – or: A week full of soup

Admittedly, I am not a fan of soups. 

I don’t like them for starters particularly, and never got why my ex-boyfriend always used to order tomato soup as a starter and enthuse about it for days… (I mean come on, it is tomato soup and when you’re at a better Italian restaurant which caters amazing antipasti and has a darn good carpaccio? 1,195 more words

Real Food

Yule Log Murder Released!

by Barb, who’s in Boston visiting her daughter and brand new granddaughter

Hi All. I’m thrilled to announce the release of Yule Log Murder, the latest collection of three holiday novellas by Leslie Meier, Lee Hollis and me. 488 more words

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My Paper Kitchen

Is this happening in the spur of the moment? You bet. But the way I look at it, there’s too much out there to doubt and too little time to cook. 201 more words

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