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San Francisco Cooking School

There is a reason I’ve been remiss at posting to Food Wednesday lately.  I haven’t been able to reveal the big news until now.  I’m happy to announce that come this fall San Francisco will be home to an amazing … Continue reading

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If these recipes don’t get you to the farmers’ market then I don’t know what will. Galettes are the perfect desserts for the pie-phobic.  If you have a dough that cooperates well, it simply means rolling out a rough circle (perfection … Continue reading

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Spring at its best…enjoy. I adore rhubarb.  It’s tart flavor is bold and vibrant–it’s my favorite sign of spring.  In today’s NY Times, Melissa Clark explores Rhubarb Ice Cream with a Caramel Swirl.  Having made two kinds of homemade ice cream … Continue reading

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Mayonnaise, Kale, and Macarons?  It’s actually quite a lovely combination…enjoy. Have you ever made homemade mayonnaise?  It’s takes practice but I can assure you, even if you’re one of those mayo-haters out there, it tastes nothing like what you get … Continue reading

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Sun is out and it’s time to start thinking about outdoor menus.  Here are a few ideas to rev up your spring and summer entertaining-enjoy. Canning can seem like a daunting task.  Sterilize this, boil that, seal this.  I “put up” … Continue reading

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Savory wins today…enjoy! If you’ve ever had skate wing with brown butter, lemon, and capers, you know that it is a stellar way to prepare this delicate fish.  Sadly, like so many other fish in our waters these days, skate … Continue reading

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Quick, Cheap, and Sweet…here you go. I don’t know why I don’t cook mussels more often.  I have a couple fish mongers who get gorgeous clams and mussels, the price is usually right, and they cook up in no time. … Continue reading

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