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”Olympia Provisions” American Charcuterie Quality Meats Since 2009 Portland, Oregon 97214, & Country Pate

Olympia Provisions, American Charcuterie Quality Meats Since 2009 Portland, Oregon 97214 cookbook review and recipe for Country Pate

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“Brodo” Grass Fed Beef Broth, Tortellini, Broccoli Rabe

Brodo Grass Fed Beef Broth, Tortellini, Broccoli Rabe recipe, Brodo a bone broth cookbook by Marco Canora

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“Jewels From My Grove, Persimmons, Kumquats & Blood Oranges” Fuyu Persimmon Gingerbread Bundt Cake

Ah. The Fuyu Persimmon. Have you ever tried it? If not, you must. A flavor all unto itself, the closest taste association I can make to it is a peach, although it tastes nothing like a peach. A sweet ripeness that is juicy, yet slightly firm outside, and on the other hand, not too sweet. […]

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“The Soupmaker’s Kitchen” Mexican Sopa de Tortilla

From beginners to novice, The Soupmaker’s Kitchen cookbook by Aliza Green is the perfect manual to assist you in making just about any category of soup. Have you ever wondered how you might use some of those leftover vegetable scraps? How to prepare a stock? Or would you just like a simple, straightforward recipe on […]

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Cooking with Kids “Kids Cook French” Clafoutis with Claudine Pepin

Beginning around 6 months of age, I would pop up my grandson the J-Dude, right onto the pale lime green colored Bumba seat kept set on top of the wooden armed bar stool, then, push the back snugly up against the kitchen island, and together, we would cook.

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“Living Coastal” Mac and Cheese with Tuna Lollipops

 Are your thoughts on Living Coastal these days? Oh yes, come on now, you know you are.  I suspect even in the chill, perhaps because of it, many vacation home owners, and those rental enthusiasts, up and down the eastern to southern shores from New York, New Jersey, Delaware, through to Maryland and Virginia are […]

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“Great Food!” cookbook, Vietnamese Style Fried Stuffed Bananas

Some years ago, I spent time in Hanoi working on a program for Vietnamese adoptions. For meals, between the bursting freshness of vegetables and herbs combined with various ingredients served piping hot, subtly accented with French culinary influence of the countries past, it seemed impossible to get a less than a perfectly satisfying meal nearing […]

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“Come Early Stay Late, FSD Recipes from Brian Malarkey’s Top San Diego Restaurants” Grilled Pork Chops with Peach BBQ Sauce

 With the selection of seasonal fresh, ripe, juicy peaches shortly now yielding on to newly arriving varieties of all types of apples, I could not resist but trying one further delectable recipe having arrived in my mailbox a few weeks back alongside two other San Diego based cookbooks, this one,  Chef Brian Malarkey, Come Early, […]

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“Cicciotti’s Kitchen” San Diego Sun-Dried Tomato & Gorgonzola Pasta

Do you just love it when you see a recipe you would like to try and just happen to have all of the ingredients on hand? What a great feeling that is, and it recently happened to me, with today’s recipe, would you believe Sun- Dried Tomato and Gorgonzola Pasta. Yes, I know you may […]

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“Food in Jars” Cookbook Author, Marisa McClellan, Rhubarb Jam on Brie

 Do you have memories in your own home, or perhaps that of relatives, who in late summer days or early fall busied with the process of ‘Canning’ tomatoes or any number of fruits or vegetables from the bounty of the harvest? The annual ‘Putting- Up’ of foods prepared in clear clean jars, boiled the exact […]

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