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freshy, fruity, and crumbly

Summer may be slipping away, but I am still holding firm on summer fruits – or what I can have of them, at least. There are a lot of things I like about summer in Nagano.  One of them is the solid fa. […]

Published on 31 August at she who eats

 

Creamy Roasted Red Pepper Soup

I’m notorious for making a giant pot of something-or-other and eating it (sometimes begrudgingly) all.week.long. Soups are good for long-term consumption especially if you add a small pat of butter. […]

Published on 22 September at Joy the Baker

 

Two

Introducing the newest member of the Phoo-d family: Sarah Jane. She was born on Feburary 25th, weighing a staunch 8lbs 2 oz. (proof that a vegan diet does not necessarily equal a small baby!) This da. […]

Published on at Phoo-d

 

Sourdough Simit

I have a friend who doesn’t know what a sourdough starter is. Worrying, to say the least. What’s even more worrying is that she still ordered it and when it arrived, asked me to guide her through. […]

Published on 25 April at Cafe Fernando

 

What I’m doing in my 9 to 5 is Project 529

Well folks, it’s been so long since I’ve posted here that: A. My not-so-new laptop didn’t have my blog editor installed. B. It took quite a few times for me to remember my user login C. I couldn. […]

Published on 21 April at Lara Ferroni » Cook and Eat

 

Danang Seafood Barn

I like Danang. Whoever is in charge down there is making a nice city. Compared to Hanoi or Saigon it’s a tad sterile, lacking that street-level frenzy and coating of old-world grime. But the traffic f. […]

Published on 13 August at Stickyrice

 

The Greatest Veggie Burger. The World Has Ever Known.

Having been a vegetarian for 30 years, I’ve eaten my share of veggie burgers. The problem with most mass-produced veggie burgers is that they taste bland and vaguely chemical, while most homemade ve. […]

Published on 8 May at Herbivoracious – Vegetarian Recipe Blog – Easy Vegetarian Recipes, Vegetarian Cookbook, Kosher Recipes, Meatless Recipes

 

Bread-and-Butter Zucchini Pickles

Food & Wine (August/September 2014) We like our cheeseburgers pretty simple: Ketchup, lettuce, mustard, pickles. Onions if we’re feeling fancy. And we can’t wait to try a cheeseburger topped with thes. […]

Published on 21 August at The Bitten Word

 

My Banh Mi Tips on TV

I spent last week in Seattle and Vancouver doing 5 events in 6 days. Since I crossed the US/Canadian border, you could say I was on an international book tour. Ha. The Banh Mi Handbook is my fourth go. […]

Published on 22 September at Viet World Kitchen

 

Launch of the Perrier Jouet 2005 Belle Epoque Rose Limited Edition at the Gherkin

Earlier this month, Perrier Jouet was in town to launch […]The post Launch of the Perrier Jouet 2005 Belle Epoque Rose Limited Edition at the Gherkin appeared first on The Wine Sleuth.

Published on 22 September at The Wine Sleuth

 

Last week

1. A green rub for roast lamb. A small handful of parsley, a few sprigs of rosemary, three or four cloves of garlic and the zest from half a small lemon, salt and pepper. Process (with mortar or machi. […]

Published on 21 September at Wino sapien

 

2012 Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon

Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon Region:  North Coast, California – USA Cost:  $15 (SRP) Winemaker’s Notes:  Rich, aromatic dark fruits and baking spices delight the nose, yielding fresh plum and b. […]

Published on 18 September at The Good Wine Guru

 

Beaulieu Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2011 wine review by (PB)

Black Cherry hue with aromas of bold,stinky dark berries and some funky, off aromas of damp basement. There is a slight suggestion of pomegranate and musty cigar box.Palate–Unique first impression of. […]

Published on 22 September at The Wine Cask Blog

 

Galen Glen Stone Cellar Riesling 2012

A little background.  I was born and raised in the coal regions of Pennsylvania.  More specific I am a Skook (from Schuylkill County) raised in a town called Tamaqua. In 1970, at 22 yrs of age, I mo. […]

Published on 4 November at Why Wine Blog

 

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