Monthly Archives: June 2010

What I’m Reading Today

School’s Out for Summer!  Last night I taught my last cooking class for the summer.  The group was with me for six weeks and as I told them, their Basics series was anything but “basic”.  An incredibly fun gang-keep up … Continue reading

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Cookbook Club-Ad Hoc at Home

I’ve already gone on about that amazing Ad Hoc fried chicken.  The opportunity to have it again at Cookbook Club presented itself last Monday and, let me tell you, I’m still a huge fan.  I loved the chance to taste … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

I hope the lazy days of summer are treating you well.  A little sun would make me happy right about now!  In the meantime, I’m staying in the kitchen. (Tony Cenicola/The New York Times) This recipe, actually from the Sunday … Continue reading

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My Small Screen Debut

My small screen debut was last week on Chow.com.  From their “You’re Doing it all Wrong” series, it’s how to make crepes with…me! Check out the video here and let me know what you think: http://www.cbs.com/e/L1zT7fEoI0pG_gMongDLperi0ETUzBoD/chow/1/ For the recipe, click … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

Countdown to Fathers’ Day-do you have a plan yet?  Here are some options if you’re cooking dinner for dad.  (James Thresher/The Washington Post) If dad’s a sushi guy, this Tuna Watermelon Ceviche just might do the trick.  I’ve had a … Continue reading

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Had to Show You These…

(available at Sur la Table) How could I resist?  You’ve read about my love of homemade ice cream.  In my class just yesterday a student named Jon whipped up a batch of this Vanilla Bean Ice Cream that was fantastic.  … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

The last day of school-really?!  Where the time goes I’ll never know but, with summer staring me right in the face, it’s time to host a few BBQs, try lots of new recipes, and hit plenty of farmers’ markets.  For … Continue reading

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