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Monthly Archives: December 2009
Tweet I was doing a bit of research to gets tips on improving my photos of my dishes and food. In doing so, I came across a very helpful blog called the Food Blog Alliance. Part of that site included … finish reading We’re Moving….
Tweet Yesterday when I went grocery shopping, I bought some pork chops, which I have only cooked once before. They were good the previous time, but this time I wanted to use a simple asian marinade for them, along with … finish reading Asian Pork Chops (tofu) with Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potato Mousseline
Tweet During my daily scanning of my google reader feeds, I go through a lot of food sites including Serious Eats. Today, I made the wrong choice of looking at recipes and other food related materials before lunch. I came … finish reading Whole Wheat Pasta with pine nuts and walnuts
Tweet While on the train to Machu Picchu last Thursday, we were offered the ability to purchase various books on Peru, Machu Picchu, as well as a Peruvian cookbook. My fiancee’s parents were kind enough to purchase the book for … finish reading Cooking my way through a Peruvian cookbook
Tweet Yet another installment with little to nothing to do with food or cooking. I figured I could make another exception for my trip to the Sacred Valley, about 70 km from Cusco, Peru. And then a train ride to … finish reading Peru ~ The Sacred Valley & Machu Picchu
Tweet I have mentioned Anthony Bourdain´s show, No Reservations, several times on here, mainly because he is my travel and culinary hero. In an early episode of the show, Bourdain travels to Peru, and as always gets to really sample … finish reading Food around Lima — the Guinea Pig and the Paiche