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New Tastes & Techniques: Heirloom Tomato Sandwich

This is the first post in a series that highlights new tastes and techniques, which will feature delicious things that are new to me and I think are of value to other home cooks to consider. 585 more words

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Hearts & Kidneys: Completion of the Duck Whole Animal series.... and the Beginning of the Lamb Series

The duck fat has been rendered (see this great, simple recipe) and the leftover confit sits in the back of the refrigerator protected by the fat in which it was cooked. 335 more words

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Duck Liver Mousse - Whole Animal Series

The concept of whole animal cooking is intriguing and satisfying but it does take me out of my comfort zone. One of the few things I don’t naturally enjoy is organ parts, so using them when cooking is a stretch for me. 234 more words

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Stock - Whole Animal Series (I wish that I had duck feet)

During a great conversation with Lenny Russo a few years ago, when he was hosting Lidia Bastianich, we chatted about some of his tips for home cooks. 551 more words

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Duck Two Ways - Whole Animal Series

This is the first installment of a whole animal series. In this case, I purchased a few ducks from Bar Five Meats, which is about an hour southwest of the Twin Cities in Sibley County, MN and is a sixth generation operation. 605 more words

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Winter Root Vegetables from the St. Paul Farmer's Market

Winters are long in Minnesota. To thrive here, it is important to embrace winter. For me, this means cross country skiing, playing with our daughter in the snow, and walks around Lake Harriet with a stew in the oven that will be ready when we arrive home. 339 more words

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