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reviewed Around My French Table: More Than 300.... December 06, 2010
Around My French Table: More Than 300 Recipes from
Enthusiastic Francophile and James Beard Award Winner Greenspan shares some of her favorite recipes for French home cooking for the American cook, in this oversized, lavishly illustrated book.    That …
posted a Quick Tip about Horseradish. December 04, 2010
posted in Gourmand
Horseradish
I Love freshly grated horseradish! The spicier the better to clear up the sinuses and give yout tongue some tingle!
reviewed Cilantro. December 04, 2010
posted in Gourmand
Cilantro
Cilantro is an herb that is a staple in both Mexican and Thai cuisines, two of my favorites.  It has a citrusy smell and is slightly spicy.  Perfect for topping your tacos (along with diced …
posted a Quick Tip about Alton Brown. December 01, 2010
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I didn't know Alton Brown before I got married. In fact, I didn't watch the Food Network until marriage. It was during one of these rare viewing occasions that I realized my husband …
posted a Quick Tip about Alton Brown. December 01, 2010
Alton Brown is on of the most effective food educators of our time. And his cookbooks are pretty darned good too.
reviewed Enchiladas. November 29, 2010
posted in Gourmand
Enchiladas
Anyone who knows me knows that I love Mexican food.  Like A LOT.  It’s been this way since as long as I can remember (however I think my first food-related-love was definitely Chinese). …
reviewed Cooking for Geeks: Real Science, Grea.... November 07, 2010
Cooking for Geeks: Real Science, Great Hacks, and
   The better you understand something, the more you can do with it. That is the theory behind Cooking for Geeks, a new book by Jeff Potter. The more you understand food and the science behind …
reviewed Horseradish. November 01, 2010
posted in Gourmand
Horseradish
horseradish is best fresh, get a zestig grinder,plane grider is great and versitile. shave off quantity and press between 2 soft and clean cloths. great for soups, stews and broths.a little goes a long …
reviewed Cilantro. November 01, 2010
Cilantro
Cilantro has, in the past has been considered a great addition to Latino and South American style cooking.    I would suggest that you try with your favorite recipies. I recently made …
posted a Quick Tip about Cilantro. November 01, 2010
posted in Gourmand
Cilantro
Cilantro has, in the past has been considered a great addition to Latino and South American style cooking.      I would suggest that you try with your favorite recipies. I recently …
posted a Quick Tip about Oregano. October 18, 2010
Oregano
Make sure you get GREEK oregano- there are many other varieties, but Greek is best if you are growing it.
posted a Quick Tip about Chervil. October 18, 2010
Chervil
We grow this herb every year and it is best fresh from the garden. A nice part of herbs de provence, I like it fresh better than dried.
posted a Quick Tip about Cilantro. October 18, 2010
Cilantro
Cilantro is a great addition to green smoothies. An excellent herb for heavy metal detox- if you have metal fillings, you will want to make this a regular part of your diet.
posted a Quick Tip about Lemon Balm. October 18, 2010
Lemon Balm
This herb takes over a yard easily, but when trimming back the lemon balm, I like to use the trimmed branches for aroma therapy or for a calming tea. Not as good dried as fresh, however, but can be frozen. …
posted a Quick Tip about Tarragon. October 18, 2010
Tarragon
I like to cut off branches when our tarragon gets too big and then put the branches in white wine vinegar for a few weeks to make tarragon vinegar. Don't forget to pull the branches, though, or you will …
posted a Quick Tip about Lemon Grass. October 18, 2010
Lemon Grass
When using lemongrass for Thai soups and meals, I like to cut the dry ends with scissors, dry them, and use the pieces for winter teas!
posted a Quick Tip about Mint. October 18, 2010
Mint
We grow our own mint of many varieties. Spearmint makes a perfect addition to green smoothies!
reviewed How To Cook Everything: Simple Recipe.... October 11, 2010
How To Cook Everything
Lets say you don't know how to cook, or you know how to do a limited number of dishes.  (What I call the amateur with the "specialty."  I-can-cook-I-make-great-spaghetti-sauce …
posted a Quick Tip about Lemon Grass. October 08, 2010
Lemon Grass
This is fast becoming one of my favorite scents. Lovely massage oil from this grass can be found in many spas in Thailand. Soooooooooooo refreshing!
reviewed Giada At Home. October 06, 2010
Giada At Home
     Those who follow Giada De Laurentiis on her Emmy Award winning TV program (and there are jillions of you) know just how delicious, healthful, and beautifully presented her dishes …
reviewed Chefs Gallery. October 06, 2010
posted in Twin Cities Talk
Chefs Gallery
If you’re a foodie, aspiring foodie, wanna-be chef, a professional chef, or just enjoy standing in your kitchen admiring your pots and pans, then Chefs Gallery is your must-shop spot for all things …
reviewed The Best Life Diet. October 05, 2010
The Best Life Diet
Pros: easy to read, great recipes      Cons: not all that unique      The Bottom Line: I personally found this book to be quite good in comparison to others and …
reviewed Eat This, Not That! Thousands of Simp.... October 05, 2010
Eat This, Not That! Thousands of Simple Food Swaps
Pros: easy to read, great ideas, easy program for the everyday eater      Cons: wish it hard better swaps, some are a bit obscure      The Bottom Line: If you are …
reviewed Rachael Ray's Big Orange Book. October 05, 2010
Rachael Ray's Big Orange Book
Pros: excellent food, new flavors, rachel ray      Cons: none really      The Bottom Line: Overall, this is an excellent recipe book filled with high quality viable …
reviewed The Kind Diet: A Simple Guide to Feel.... October 05, 2010
The Kind Diet: A Simple Guide to Feeling Great,
Pros: well written, great ideas      Cons: becomes political and obnoxious      The Bottom Line: This starts out as a great book with good concepts and excellent …
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