Monthly Archives: November 2008

Happy Turkey Day

Well, for the first time in months I missed my regular “What I’m Reading Today” Wednesday posting. I was on a plane east starting at the crack of dawn and then, too excited about being back on the streets of … Continue reading

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Anarchy on Thanksgiving

I know. You’re going to tell me that there would be anarchy at your Thanksgiving table if you didn’t serve the stuffing you’ve been eating for generations. What-no green been casserole with cream of mushroom soup and those crispy fried … Continue reading

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Seasonal Soup

Like most of you, I try to cook ‘in season’ as much as possible. It cost a fortune to buy produce out of season. These days, who needs to spend that extra money on fruits and veggies coming from half … Continue reading

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When a Knife is More Than Just a Knife

Anh was brimming with pride when she sent us an email telling us her husband’s article was in the current issue of the New Yorker (the food issue, none the less). I knew Todd had been working on this for … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading (about Thanksgiving) Today

Wednesday again..Here’s what I’m reading. Food sections are all about Thanksgiving this week…read on. I always get asked “how do I make the gravy”? I’ve had some great Thanksgiving gravies and some not so good. The best were from homemade … Continue reading

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Cleo’s "Happy Birthday to Me" Cake

You should bake a cake. Seriously, why not? No one actually makes layer cakes anymore. You can buy them at the bakery or even at the supermarket but the artificial ingredients or dry cake make them not worth the money. … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

A crazy day today but, still managed to squeeze in a few of the food sections. In today’s SF Chronicle, I noticed a link to their annual Thanksgiving guide. It’s time to start planning your menu or figuring out what … Continue reading

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