Monthly Archives: October 2011

Cup4Cup Flour

Several weeks ago I read about a new flour that had been developed by the masterminds at the French Laundry (Lena Kwak, in particular). She set out to make a gluten free flour that could be substituted cup for cup … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

Mozzarella, Pumpkin, and Crepes…it’s a tasty day in the world of food.  Enjoy. Nancy Silverton rose to fame via some of the best kitchens in California (Chez Panisse, Campanille, and of course La Brea Bakery).  Today, however, her name is … Continue reading

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A Few of my Favorite Things

I was recently asked to write up a list of the things that inspire my teaching and recipes.  It was so hard to narrow it down as I gain inspiration from different places each and every day.  Thought I’d share … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

Welcome to the new digs.  This is going to take some getting used to. I feel like I’ve just moved into a new house and don’t know how anything works.  So, thanks for the patience while I get to know … Continue reading

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Welcome to the New Digs

Well, as of today I’m transitioning “mmm…that’s good!” to it’s new home here on Word Press.  Renamed “Food Wednesday”, after my weekly round up of the best in food media, I will continue to cull all the recipes I can … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

Mid-Seventies and sunny have us all fooled out here in SF.  Indian summer is alive and well and the smell of grilling is in the air.  Gotta love these whacked out seasons we have.  Whether it’s hot, cold, wet, or … Continue reading

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