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I thought we could start with something simple and easy that wouldn’t be a lot of work on a work/school night.
We like to work with ingredients we already have, so we took out some salmon fillets we picked up a few weeks ago and dove into the book to see what we could make that might not be so obvious. 160 more words
This isn’t going to be too complicated.
The goal: to cook through Mark Bittman’s book “How to Cook Everything” which includes 2,000 recipes. For those die-hard Bittman fans (I know you’re out there), it’s the revised 10th anniversary edition. 44 more words
Sunset in Kep, Cambodia
Happy New Year everyone. As you’ve probably gathered from my lack of posts I have been off the grid for a few weeks, which has been bliss – although I was still posting on instagram so do check out my… 1,647 more words
While noodling around on the internet this week looking for inspiration for a “nosh of note”, I ran across a recipe for “Parmesan Cream Crackers” by Mark Bittman that was published in the New York Times cooking section a few years ago. 579 more words