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Archive for October, 2009

French Onion Soup Recipe

https://canadianmedicines.net/. The result will be able to satisfy not only you but your woman as well.French Onion Soup has always been one of my favorites.  It’s warm, comforting, and a perfect accompaniment for everything from Caesar salad to a giant Ribeye Steak.  Traditionally it’s served topped with a crouton then shredded Gruyere as shown in […]

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It feels surprising that I have yet to cover one of the most basic homemade meals of all times, chicken soup.  Aside from being good for the soul, chicken soup is also thought to have actual healing properties when made from scratch.  In the depths of winter, it’s almost like running a humidifier in your […]

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Cannellini Beans are ubiquitous this year.  I’ve been talking to anyone who will listen about this years food trends.  Reading as many food lits as I do, each year seems to garner ingredient trends.  This year I see cannellini beans everywhere, along with smoked paprika – well smoked things in general.  I’ll remember more later, […]

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Is this technically even a pesto?  Or just a texture similar to pesto involving pureed nuts, herbs, garlic and veggies.  I don’t know.  It seems in essence pesto generally refers to basil, pine nuts, garlic and olive oil, but has been expanded to include about a billion other things to create gourmet accouterments.  This recipe […]

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I’ve been thinking about pumpkin bread ever since I left San Francisco.  My nephew is obsessed, which in and of itself is a curiosity, since for the time being he’s generally offended by food.  85% of canned pumpkin hails from a small town, that I guess could be considered a suburb of where I grew […]

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My sister had the recipe for college chicken casserole on an index card in her recipe box.  The original source was a Cooking Light magazine issue from May 1998.  Some time during the last decade, her index card was spilled on and only partially legible.  Luckily, nearly everything survives on the Internet.  I found a […]

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