Monthly Archives: November 2013

Let’s Talk Stock

  Those of you who read my recipe blog know that I don’t write much about technique. As a matter of fact, I typically assume you already know how to cook when I publish my recipes, and often just lay … Continue reading

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Green Bean Not-Casserole

  I like green beans with a holiday meal, but that “classic” way of dumping canned green beans and cream of mushroom soup into a casserole dish doesn’t cut it. This is what I came up with instead. Fried Shallots … Continue reading

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German Goulash

I heavily adapted this recipe from one I found online when faced with the challenge of cooking for a German-themed potluck. olive oil 2 # stew beef 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 large onions, diced 2 large carrots, sliced (peel … Continue reading

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German-inspired slaw

I put this together when my CSA sent me a giant, perfect head of red cabbage, and I had an invite to a German-themed potluck. It is a simple riff, but good enough to write it down. Nothing is set … Continue reading

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Malaysian Black Pepper Clams

(I’m copy/pasting this entire email from Mal Daly into the files, both for historical context and also because I’m on deadline and don’t have time to scrub. I will make this with mussels when I do.—AW) When I was in … Continue reading

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