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I could have sworn I already posted this here, but I’m probably thinking of my previous blog…  In any event, Great-Grandmother Charity died a couple of decades ago, and lived to a ripe old age before she did, so the provenance of this recipe could easily be over 100 years old.  It is the heirloom [...]

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I haven’t had success with making a proper pasta carbonara– I end up scrambling the eggs. This recipe seemed like a good compromise– I do like a good poached egg. This is quick to make, too. Serves 1-2 Ingredients: 2 slices of bacon, cut into pieces (I used turkey bacon) 1/4 lb. spaghetti (I used [...]

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B4 Burger

I don’t like burgers. This is one of two pronouncements about my food preferences that inevitably shock people.* When I say this, most people think I’m a freak. “How can you not like burgers?” they ask in disbelief. I’ve never been a fan of ground beef in general. I don’t like its consistency. My stomach [...]

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Iridoufu

“Why don’t you make the dishes your mom makes?” is a question I get from Lipby every time we come home from a dinner at my parents’. My mom is a great cook, and a hard act to follow. Her Japanese dishes always elicit a sigh from me when I taste them– it’s comfort food, [...]

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Kimbap

(photo edited by Ace) I’ll bet you were wondering when there would be a post about sticky rice. Well, here it is. I had this strange craving for kimbap lately– I don’t know why. There used to be a Korean grocery store where I lived a while ago that would sell kimbap wrapped in plastic [...]

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(photo by Angie) Angie is a top-notch scientist, craftologist, and baker. Her zest for life is evident in everything she does. She’s another person with whom I’d love to have dinner with someday. Here, she shares with us her version of “Mexicanized” scones, redolent with my favorite spice, cinnamon. ********** Experimenting with spices. One of [...]

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