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Alice’s Savory Sweet Life Cookbook – And Her Recipe for Roasted Carrots with Sage Brown Butter

Roasted Carrots with Sage Brown Butter from the Savory Sweet Life Cookbook

I first met Alice a few years back, when she was just starting her first blog, Savory Sweet Life. I knew right away that she wasn’t going to be one of these bloggers that start out with a burst of enthusiasm, and then tail off until they are only posting every three months, mostly about …

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Super Spicy Tofu And Peppers – Or, OK Fine, Mild If You Prefer – Recipe

Super Spicy Tofu and Peppers

After last week’s Tofu 101 post, I thought I should share with you an easy way to use your new-found bean curd knowledge. I used to order this dish at a rather non-descript Chinese restaurant on Seattle’s highway 99, and  they would make it so hot that I’d be practically hallucinating after a few bites. …

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Chilaquiles Verdes – Mexican Scrambled Eggs with Corn Tortillas and Green Salsa – Recipe

Chilaquiles Verdes

First: You didn’t forget to enter the contest for a full set of Calphalon pots and pans, did you? You have until 12:01 AM PDT on Monday the 4th.

Now, on to today’s dish. There are certain kinds of evenings that imply the need for certain kinds of breakfasts the next morning. If you’ve had one …

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How to Make Tofu Really Freaking Delicious – Tofu 101

Crispy Pan Fried Tofu

When I talk with folks about meatless meals, the conversation always comes around to tofu. I find people in two camps: (1) those who hate it and are sure it is always bland (2) those who want to like it, but aren’t really sure how to work with it to make it delicious.

I’m here to …

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Bibim Naengmyeon – Jjolmyeon – Cold and Spicy Korean Noodles – Recipe

Bibim Naengmyeon (Cold Korean Noodles)

Cold. Not cool. Cold, cold, cold. Ice cold. That’s what makes these noodles great.

I first had at a restaurant named Mandoo Bar in the New York’s Koreatown, although they call it Joll Noodles. Perhaps there is a difference, but google has failed to set me straight, so if any of you can shed more light on …

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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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Risotto With Caramelized Fennel – Video Recipe

Risotto with Caramelized Fennel

In the Herbivoracious cookbook, I’ve got a recipe for a risotto made with fresh corn and tomato confit (tomatoes that have been slowly roasted in the oven to concentrate their flavor). That recipe is perfect for late summer, but I was taping these videos in the fall, so I made a different version using the …

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