Monthly Archives: January 2012

What I’m Reading Today

Before I get into my recipe picks today, let me direct you over to the Great Falls Tribune where my friend and fellow food writer, Sydne George, has an info packed article on kitchen knife-know how.  Well worth a read, … Continue reading

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Cornbread Success

I’ve honestly never been a big fan of cornbread.  It’s usually got the texture of gritty sand  and  it can be so sweet it tastes more like dessert.  I guess it’s normally a vehicle for soaking up chile or soup, … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

Brrr…cold weather outside makes for perfect cooking weather.  Enjoy. Ever wanted to try to sous vide at home but not ready to spend the big bucks on your own vacuum seal machine or immersion circulator?  I’m right there with you, … Continue reading

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Why I Cook

My recent post over at Williams-Sonoma’s blog, The Blender, is up today.  They asked me to write about what inspired me to cook.  I take inspiration from so many places but my real epiphany came from a class I took … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

I’d say I’m sticking to my “more veggies” resolution with all of these recipes today.  Enjoy. Larb Gai is a Thai version of chicken salad.  Served slightly warm or room temp with loads of chicken (often ground), onions, herbs, and … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

It’s a new year and cooking magazines, food sections, and blogs are swimming with articles about losing weight and eating well.  Detox this, cleanse that…it all starts to sound the same very quickly.  I like to focus on kitchen resolutions-things … Continue reading

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