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fruit tarts to make now (3): spring

…In other words, as I always seem to be implying, fruit tarts to make a liiiiiitle before now.  Or, tarts with strawberries and/or rhubarb of some sorts. After two installments of what I started as. […]

Published on 31 May at she who eats

 

Cinnamon Sugar Funnel Cake with Peaches and Raspberries

Some things are better left a mystery.  It’s best not to know how many grams of fat are in a really good Pina Colada.  When drinks come with umbrellas and a side of fruit… all bets are way way o. […]

Published on 30 July at Joy the Baker

 

Site Closure

Phoo-d.com will be closing down as of May 31st. The recipes will be preserved in text form here: https://sites.google.com/a/phoo-d.com/printable-recipes/ I will still be available via email: phoo-d AT. […]

Published on at Phoo-d

 

Dandelion Chocolate + Great News!

The plans I had for my San Francisco trip… I was hoping to have breakfast at Tartine, lunch at Pizzeria Delfina, dinner at Zuni, ice cream at Bi-Rite Creamery & Humphry Slocombe and several coffees. […]

Published on 26 June 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

 

Hot Snail Quest

Hanoi is baking in hot summer sun and there hasn’t been much rain about this year to take the edge off the heat. A savage storm or two but long periods with not a drop. The city population seeks respi. […]

Published on 17 July at Stickyrice

 

Homemade Vanilla Wafers – Recipe

These homemade vanilla wafers, courtesy of my friend Nick at ChefSteps, might not look like the Nabisco variety, but with a ton of vanilla bean seeds, they taste about 1000x better. Click through belo. […]

Published on 9 May at Herbivoracious – Vegetarian Recipe Blog – Easy Vegetarian Recipes, Vegetarian Cookbook, Kosher Recipes, Meatless Recipes

 

Read Our Interview in "The Writer"

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 30 July at The Bitten Word

 

Kitchen Gifts My Persnickety Mother Truly Loves

Yesterday was my mom’s birthday. She turned 80 or 81, depending on how you count the years. In the evening, I took a break from making dinner to call her up to wish her happy birthday. “Why are yo. […]

Published on 29 July 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

 

The festival of insignificance

Milan Kundera’s latest book. The recipient of extremely faint praise.The Guardian complains about the Ham fisted flourishes of authorial interjection, and suggests that it is lacking in political. […]

Published on 30 July at Wino sapien

 

A Little Taste of Sicily

I’ve tasted wine from a lot of different countries, both because I like to experiment and as a result of having written this website for the last six years. Sicily is one of those areas where I have. […]

Published on 17 July 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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