Monthly Archives: May 2011

Napa Cabbage Kimchee

Tweet Until this past week I was taking a Food Writing class at the French Culinary Institute instructed by food writer Alan Richman. The class included a variety of topics surrounding food journalism. Each class had different assignments, including one … finish reading Napa Cabbage Kimchee

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Garlic Confit

Tweet Garlic might be one of my favorite elements in the food pyramid. Garlic can be added into so many different cuisines, providing a different flavor in each. During my recent trail at Le Barricou, I learned to make a … finish reading Garlic Confit

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Turkey Bolognese

Tweet I don’t know how many people out there watch Parks and Recreation on NBC, but the show is awesome and if you don’t, you should. A couple of episodes ago, Rob Lowe’s character proclaims that his Turkey Burger is … finish reading Turkey Bolognese

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A Day In The Life (of a cook)

Tweet I’ve been cooking at home for years now. Ever since college, where I had to fend for myself, I have cooked for myself and others. I can remember cooking up my mom’s chicken cacciatore for some friends and making … finish reading A Day In The Life (of a cook)

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