Monthly Archives: April 2010

Parsnip Pancakes

When I posted last week’s What I’m Reading Today I included a recipe for Parsnip Fritters.  I don’t make these recipes before I post them, hence the article is called “What I’m Reading” and not “What I’m Cooking”.  I go … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

I’ve had a crazy week and am thrilled my Wednesday is here.  Keep on the lookout for my new Chow.com video on making crepes.  And, don’t forget to join my fan page on Facebook (Jodi Liano).  My students are taking … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

Hope the spring sun is shining upon you where ever you may be!  Happy Wednesday. (David Karp/LA Times) A friend once asked me what my favorite scent was.  I didn’t need to think long-fresh, and I mean really fresh, strawberries. … Continue reading

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Pizza Night

Pizza night at my house can mean one of three things: walking up the hill to Pizzeria Delfina, driving over to Little Star and picking up take-out, or making it all from scratch.  All three options are damn tasty, our … Continue reading

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Staying in Touch

In these days of electronic media, it seems we can stay in touch every moment of the day.  I’ve resisted much of it, feeling old and slow, but finally realize it’s about time I get with the program. In addition … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

Reporting from sunny Santa Monica today!  Had some amazing food at Tavern in Bretnwood last night.  It is Suzanne Goin’s most recent project-the room is just stunning and the standout dish?  A poached egg dredged in buttered bread crumbs and … Continue reading

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Farro

( (photo from Indigeen.com) Farro is a native Italian grain that you should absolutely have in your pantry.  Think barley’s big brother-each grain is a bit larger and a bit more toothsome, much like spelt or a wheat berry.  The … Continue reading

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