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Category Archives: Techniques
Although I enjoy cooking in all its forms, I do have my niche – as all cooks do. What made me love garde manger, which means, loosely, “guard of the pantry,” and involves the cold kitchen, I’ll never really know, … Continue reading
Hurray for June! It’s now bell pepper season in Cali, and I can turn out roasted peppers to my heart’s content! Roasted peppers are delicious and cut a lovely appearance. If you stick to a recipe that’s basic, leftovers are versatile. There … Continue reading
When I was at Costco last week I noticed that they were hawking bags of cubed butternut squash ready to cook. At $5.49 for 2.5 pounds, and my shortage of time this week, it was serendipity defined. I decided to make a … Continue reading
I forgot to mention that my sourdough starter died. Sourdough starter is a good thing to have on hand if you like to make homemade breads. My starter was cultivated using only wild yeast, meaning I did not add any … Continue reading
I busted out two pink aspics today. I’ve been hooked on aspics for some time now. I’ve always loved them and, since I collect cookbooks, I come across lots of them in books from the 1930s through the 1960s – … Continue reading