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I bought some chicken livers to make chopped liver for my husband – which I do annually, but I thought I’d switch it up and make some fried chicken livers instead. I had them at a soul food place awhile … Continue reading
Matt and I thought we should have something decadent in honor of school starting this week. Having gone through all the acting classes offered at Berkeley City College, he registered for one at Laney College, which put us near downtown Oakland as … Continue reading
This is one of my favorite retro cookbooks. The 1973 version is not easy to find, and I was lucky to have paid only 5 bucks for it at Half-Price Books in Berkeley, one of my favorite places to buy old cookbooks … Continue reading
Corn muffins made today. That box of Albers yellow cornmeal was staring me in the face so I put together the recipe on the box, adding twice the quantity of sugar called for. I made two batches — one for the … Continue reading
Jon is moving to Santa Barbara tomorrow, so I thought I’d make a fancy breakfast for him this weekend. I had gotten a hold of a small organic ham last week, which I roasted next to some oven home fries, … Continue reading
Try to keep corn meal on hand. If you have corn meal and a few other staples you’ll be able to make corn bread, which means you can fix up a quick meal. For example, corn bread with an over-easy … Continue reading