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Ficoide Glaciale (A Type of Ice Plant) – Wordless Wednesday Two

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Wordless Wednesday One

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Three Days at Dirt Candy NYC

On Sundays, when Dirt Candy is closed, Chef Amanda Cohen rents the restaurant out to a group of World War II submarine veterans. They say it reminds them of old times, though they find it a little claustrophobic. She charges them by the square foot. The bill comes to $1.75.

Just kidding, but Dirt Candy really …

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I Know What You Missed This Summer

I'm hurt. Crushed, really. No, no, it's ok. I understand. You had more important things to do this summer than refresh your browser constantly in hopes that there was a new recipe to check out. You were probably, oh, camping with your kids or hiking around Europe or running away from a hurricane or something. …

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Blogroll

Here are some other sites I enjoy:
Modern Cuisine Blogs

Ideas In Food
Modernist Cuisine
Cooking Issues
Eddie Shepherd
Harold McGee

Vegetarian and Vegan Blogs

101 Cookbooks
The Edgy Veggie
Modernest
Albion Cooks
The Tofu Hunter
Vegan Blog Tracker
Veggie Belly
Just Home Made
Cookasaurus
The Chubby Vegetarian

Everything Else

Savory Sweet Life
6 Bittersweets
Bread & Honey
Eat Like a Girl
Food Blog S’cool
comme un lait fraise
Frantic Foodie
Gastrolust
Gluten-Free Girl
Habeas Brulee
Food Cures
Sassy Radish
The GastroGnome
The Pink Peppercorn
Joonbug
The Jewish Hostess
Food …

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Garnish – The Most Misunderstood Word in Cooking

When you think of garnish, you probably picture a sprig of parsley or mint, a sad radish rose, a carrot curl, or doodle of sauce, or some barely edible flower that has decorated plates for a hundred years – and still does in some quarters. If so, I'm guessing you don't spend a lot of …

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Three Ways to Boost Your Confidence in the Kitchen

I’ve been cooking pretty seriously for 25 years now, and in the process I’ve had the opportunity to watch lots of other people in the kitchen. I’ve learned something from everyone I’ve ever cooked with, and also noticed certain patterns. The folks that are confident enough to relax and have fun in the kitchen have …

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