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My homemade Crème de Cassis in The Irish Times and other blackcurrant ideas My homemade Crème de Cassis in The Irish Times and other blackcurrant ideas By 08/13/13 15:06 It’s been a good year for blackcurrants. Normally I have to battle it out with the blackbirds to get a share for my kitchen but this year they have been able to gorge themselves – as evinced by the purple bird droppings on my laundry – and still leave enough...
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Ground Meat Mix for the Best Burgers (and Other Stuff) Ever Ground Meat Mix for the Best Burgers (and Other Stuff) Ever By Restless Chipotle 09/01/14 18:47 If you’ve been reading Restless Chipotle very long you know that I prefer grinding beef for ground beef dishes myself. I know what’s in it, there is almost no chance of eColi, and I can control the fat. Well, you may know that but I have been holding out...
How to Preserve Avocados: Pickling and Other Tips How to Preserve Avocados: Pickling and Other Tips By The Café Sucré Farine 08/05/14 18:26 Hello ……….? Anyone out there as crazy about avocados as we are here at The Café? I thought so! I know there may be some folks who aren’t avocado fans, but it certainly seems they’re in the minority. To me, avocados transform an ordinary salad or sandwich...
The Veggie Spaghetti Cookbook and Other Plant Based Favorites is Here The Veggie Spaghetti Cookbook and Other Plant Based Favorites is Here By The Raw Food Beginner Chef 08/05/14 03:48 For the last week I’ve been working like crazy to start and finish a book that I’ve been passionate about writing. It’s only about 74 pages. It’s a book called The Veggie Spaghetti Cookbook and Other Plant Based Favorites. I am learning that in the real...
Moroccan stuffed harchas with cheese and other things Moroccan stuffed harchas with cheese and other things By Fleur d'Oranger, Masala & Co... 07/23/14 15:32 We love Harcha so much that when Huma (check her incredibly amazing work here) kindly proposed that I write about Ramadan in Morocco from a culinary perspective, I wanted to give harcha the exposure it deserves. The other reason why I meant to include stuffed...
Homemade v-8 Juice and Other Preserved Tomatoes Homemade v-8 Juice and Other Preserved Tomatoes By This Dame Cooks 07/21/14 06:00 Canned Tomato Juice: Wash, core, quarter and cook (without added water) over medium heat in a stainless steel pan just until tender and juicy. Run through a food mill or press through a fine mesh sieve (chinoise) to remove skins and seeds. Add salt to taste...
Save Over 60% on Mead Snip It! Plus other Mead Workbooks on Sale Save Over 60% on Mead Snip It! Plus other Mead Workbooks on Sale By Southern Mom Cooks 07/20/14 17:00 If you are looking for some good materials to assist you in the homeschool classroom this year, this Mead Snip It! for grades P-2 is currently on sale for just $5.74 (reg $14.56)! 34 print-rich sheets; Teaches snipping and cutting skills in developmental...
Top One (1) Feel-Home Food for Ramadan in Morocco! Chabakia b'Kawkaw, this year!  Also called Mkharqua in Fes Region and Griwich in Agadir Region and others Top One (1) Feel-Home Food for Ramadan in Morocco! Chabakia b'Kawkaw, this year! Also called Mkharqua in Fes Region and Griwich in Agadir Region and others By Moroccan Cuisine Marocaine 06/24/14 23:08 This year I've chosen peanuts over almonds to make Chabakiya, and I was not disappointed, it turned out delicious! I am sure all Moroccans will agree with me if I put Chabakia on top of all the food prepared during Ramadan in Morocco. Traditionally, Chabakia...
May 18, 2014  —  An Update to “Other Small Appliances” May 18, 2014 — An Update to “Other Small Appliances” By Books, Cooks, Gadgets and Gardening 05/18/14 20:45 When I first wrote about “other small appliances” on this page, I mentioned that some of the early appliances had “screw-in” plugs that were intended to be used in a light socket. If you were born after 1950, you probably … Continue reading →
Rain By Any Other Name Rain By Any Other Name By What's for Dinner, Mama? 05/13/14 19:15 Last week in a post about Bread Pudding and the PDX Blogger Bake Sale, I mentioned that Portlanders have more than twenty names for precipitation, based on amount, intensity, consistency and duration. Most native residents can identify them all. (That’s...
The Other Buenos Aires Barbecue: bab Cocina Coreana The Other Buenos Aires Barbecue: bab Cocina Coreana By Pick Up The Fork 05/08/14 05:00 Porteños have two real edible love affairs: beef and barbecue. While it’s true that the majority of locals keep a fairly conservative diet, thanks to a changing food scene and eaters with more adventurous palates, Korean cuisine makes for a logical winning...
Alpaca, the Next Other Meat Alpaca, the Next Other Meat By Food Adventures of a Comfort Cook 05/04/14 12:37 Recently I received a roast from the owner, Dorothy, of Peter Springs Alpaca Ranch to try my culinary hand at. Alpaca is a very lean meat, so figuring out how to cook it best would be an experiment, but experimentation was the key reasoning behind it anyway....
My Other Kitchen in Belmont, ma My Other Kitchen in Belmont, ma By Eat.Live.Blog 05/03/14 03:16 Last week, a new restaurant quietly opened in Belmont, MA. With no fanfare, advertisement, or even a website, My Other Kitchen opened its doors and began serving comfort food with a Mediterranean twist in a cafe setting focusing mostly on Continue reading...
The  Other  Pittsburgh Sandwich The South Side Slopes The "Other" Pittsburgh Sandwich The South Side Slopes By Seduction in the Kitchen 04/23/14 14:11 They say anything is possible as long as you believe. I believed in so many things, but they didn't come through. As a kid we read these fairy tales and they have you believing in Prince Charming, on a white horse, coming to rescue you. In reality, Prince...
Eureka! (Or any other loosely connected Greek exclamation...) Chicken with Olives Eureka! (Or any other loosely connected Greek exclamation...) Chicken with Olives By Lola and Finn's mum 04/17/14 09:52 Firstly, allow me to set the scene, in the only way I know is appropriate: It is highly unlikely that I will get anywhere near Greece this year as hopefully we'll be hotfooting it to France during the Summer hols, but, you never know, should the lottery...
Frosting Graham-wiches {aka: How to Enjoy Leftover Frosting ... other than straight from a spoon} Frosting Graham-wiches {aka: How to Enjoy Leftover Frosting ... other than straight from a spoon} By The Kitchen is My Playground 04/12/14 04:02 Everyone has their favorite use for leftover frosting. Our family's favorite way to enjoy it is in these adorable and delicious Frosting Graham-wiches ... well, other than straight from a spoon, that is! I know, I know ... when some of you read the words...
Egg free chocolate cake loaf/zebra patterns cake turned into chocolate loaf/tried n tested recipes from other blogs Egg free chocolate cake loaf/zebra patterns cake turned into chocolate loaf/tried n tested recipes from other blogs By mahaslovelyhome.com 04/05/14 13:33 Long time Back I book marked a cake in spicy treats-food blog of sangeeta..It`s a marble cake also egg less version..Below the recipe she wrote that condensed milk can replaced with milk powder.So,for a change I went with milk powder.Also,I was watching...
Gluten free Shepherds pie, perfect for St Patrick’s day or any other. #lmdconnector Gluten free Shepherds pie, perfect for St Patrick’s day or any other. #lmdconnector By Being Gluten Free 03/17/14 12:01 Being Gluten Free Our family eats a lot of meat; so it is natural for us to gravitate to some meat based meals as comfort foods. Shepherds pie is no exception- I love that it is one meal in a dish and my family also happens to like it and will eat it whole...
Happy Mardi Gras! King Cake and other New Orleans Recipes #MardiGras Happy Mardi Gras! King Cake and other New Orleans Recipes #MardiGras By Susie QT pies Scraps of Life 03/04/14 18:00 Happy Mardi Gras! We celebrated 5 years of Mardi Gras when we lived in New Orleans. People celebrate it all over the place but honestly there is nothing like the parties in The Big Easy. Have you ever been to New Orleans for Mardi Gras? We lived in New...
Quick Bites: Mrs. Grahams's Macaron Cafe's Other Sweet Treats Quick Bites: Mrs. Grahams's Macaron Cafe's Other Sweet Treats By DUDE FOR FOOD 01/30/14 01:52 Macarons...and more. Mrs. Graham's Macaron Cafe offers some of the metro's coolest macarons, in a variety of new and refreshing flavors with a surprising twist (see more of Mrs. Graham's Macaron Cafe's cool flavors here at http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2014/01/mrs-grahams-macaron-cafe-not-your-usual.html)....
Bánh Mi (what other sandwiches aspire to) Bánh Mi (what other sandwiches aspire to) By Wild Greens and Sardines 01/27/14 03:21 If you couldn't tell from previous posts, I have a strong affinity for Asian flavors. Love that deeply satisfying balance of salty, sweet, sour, and spicy. Love fish sauce, lemongrass, bird's eye chiles, sriracha, tamari -- to name a few. Always crave a...
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