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David Kinch is both a chef and a surfer. This dish, which he serves at his Los Gatos restaurant Manresa, is inspired by his frequent dips in the Pacific Ocean. He calls it “a winter tidal pool.”
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This week on Good Food, Evan talks to Deborah Madison about Vegetable Literacy, Deborah’s new cookbook, that details “twelve plant families, their names, their quirks and histories, their relationships to one another, and some 300 recipes for how to cook and use them—simply and often intuitively.”
This recipe for Butternut Squash Soup with Coconut Milk, Miso, and Lime is a great staple to enjoy during butternut …
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Tasting Jerusalem is an online community of home chefs passionate about Middle Eastern cuisine.
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I’m very excited to share our next Cookbook Club selection with you, especially if you, a family member or good friend has gluten sensitivities. Most of us who aren’t gluten intolerant tend to put the focus on baked goods but actually creating delicious meals that are completely gluten free is much more of a challenge than most of us realize. Shauna James Ahearn blogs …
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Marcella Hazan died this past weekend. She was a monumental, irresistible force, a cultural crusader of the best kind. Opinionated, severe if provoked – the whistle she brandished in classes became legendary. And yet, for a generation of home cooks she became the Italian aunt we wished we had.
You know how people talk about being hit by a lightening bolt of love at first …
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Chris Kimball, founder and editor of Cook’s Illustrated and host of PBS’ America’s Test Kitchen, unearthed over 150 unforgettable heirloom recipes in America’s Best Lost Recipes. In a 2007 nationwide contest, people submitted over 2,800 recipes for consideration. The result is 300 classic American recipes inspired by convenience, great names or family recipes.
On the Cook’s Country website, the editors add this note explaining why this recipe works. If …
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Recipe and Dirt Candy Sneak Peek: Amanda Cohen’s Spinach Soup with Smoked Corn Dumplings and Lemon Confit
Today on Good Food, Chef Amanda Cohen of Dirt Candy talks about the challenge of cooking vegetables versus meat. She explains that unlike meat, vegetables are mostly water and often uniform in structure. To achieve the same satisfaction we get from the Maillard reaction when cooking a steak, she suggests smoking your veggies.
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What do you do when your floorboards start to sag from the weight of weighty tomes? I”ll tell you what I do – I have a cookbook sale! This time around there are quite a few goodies to pick through. Lots of big pretty beauties. And for those of you rolling your eyes about driving down to OC, it’s not that bad. Combine book …
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I spent Sunday at the UCLA Science and Pie extravaganza. It was pretty much food geek heaven. The UCLA Science and Food class had a “science pie” competition for their last public lecture. Students were asked to choose a part of pie making for scientific inquiry and present the results of their research for the public and a group of judges that included two scientists Andrea …
I grew up in Los Angeles, and I feel like I’ve adopted every cuisine represented by the vast LA community – Korean, Chinese, Mexican, Thai – but Filipino food was never on my radar. That changed when The Manila Machine started driving around the streets of Southern California. Marvin Gapultos’ food was a revelation. It was everything I love: tart, spicy, simple yet complex. It was an exciting mash-up of Spanish and Chinese cuisine that was completely new to me…