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fruit tarts to make now (1): autumn

The season of harvest, fruits or otherwise.  But mostly fruits. One of the things I greatly appreciate about Nagano here is a bounty of fresh local produce.  It is particularly gratifying that certa. […]

Published on 11 November at she who eats

 

Extra Nutty Dark Chocolate Fudge Brownies

ey can I borrow your kitchen?  Mine is a mess. It’s half of a mess.  I’ve managed to unpack my favorite coffee mugs, my stand mixer, and my mason jars.  I’ve basically unpacked everything pre. […]

Published on 25 February 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

 

The Unexpected Makes the Moment Memorable

I was sitting in Cusco, Peru when I happened upon a mail from my friend Anita asking if I’d be interested in helping out with a promotion she was running for one of her clients by doing a blog post. […]

Published on 17 November at Lara Ferroni Photography » Cook and Eat

 

The Stuff in the Market

The wet markets in South East Asia are shrines to food culture. Food is built up into displays, towers and installations to admire, catch the eye and tempt. It’s colourful. Limes, chilies, dragon frui. […]

Published on 11 December at Stickyrice

 

Chanterelle Tostadas – Recipe

Notice anything different around here? Yep, I decided it was time to give the site a more modern look, so the textured blue background is gone in favor of lots of white space, and the navigation menu. […]

Published on 20 June at Herbivoracious – Vegetarian Recipe Blog – Easy Vegetarian Recipes, Vegetarian Cookbook, Kosher Recipes, Meatless Recipes

 

4 Days in Tulum: Chasing Away the Winter on the Beach in Mexico

We’ve Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: http://thebittenword.typepad.com/thebittenword/atom.xml Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest u. […]

Published on 26 February at The Bitten Word

 

Gluten-free Soy Sauce and Tamari Tasting

A number of years ago, I asked my friend and legendary Japanese food expert Elizabeth Andoh about tamari. Is it gluten-free? She looked at me and in a thoughtful, slow manner said, “Not necessarily.. […]

Published on 26 February at Viet World Kitchen

 

Part 2 of my visit to Vilarnau – Amphoras, chestnut barrels and tasting the cavas

Yesterday I visited cava producer Vilarnau in Penedes, […]The post Part 2 of my visit to Vilarnau – Amphoras, chestnut barrels and tasting the cavas appeared first on The Wine Sleuth.

Published on 11 December at The Wine Sleuth

 

Testalonga El Bandito Cortez 2014

I can’t immediately decide which of the twins I prefer. This is clear and crisp, while the other is turbid, cheesy and slightly malodorous. The Cortez, free of additions is the easier to explain, the. […]

Published on 27 February at Wino sapien

 

February 2015 VA Wine Chat – Rappahannock Cellars

It’s a new year (ok, it’s February), and this month we had our first Virginia Wine Chat of 2015. Frank Morgan of Drink What YOU Like was at Rapphannock Cellars with owner John Delmar and winemaker. […]

Published on 20 February at The Good Wine Guru

 

We Have Moved!

We are in the process of moving over to Wordpress and we are most of the way there! If you have not been directed there automatically you can go to http://winecaskblog.com/Sorry for the inconvenience. […]

Published on 4 January 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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