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Posts Tagged ‘bacon’

And Three Bad Things Happened…

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] “The idea of cooking anything at all seemed beyond the pale, but I was cheered by the hardy fantasy I had been maintaining that poached eggs were easy, that I had mastered the technique and any dish that called for them was by definition a snap to make.” […]

Don’t Eat the Floss

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] “This was caveman stew, by which I mean that the taste of it seemed to tug at deep primitive urges, and it made me grunt.  Hunks of bacon, hunks of beef, rich thick broth. Boo-yah!” – Julie Powell   When I was in high school, I once had […]

Rolling in the Dough

    [Audio clip: view full post to listen] “As you can probably tell by reading this blog, I do not have the hands for pastry.  And yet here I am, kneading pate brisee on an August evening in an un-air-conditioned apartment in Brooklyn.  I’m doing it as quickly and adeptly as I can.  We’ll […]

Beef Stew? More Like Beef Stewpendous!

 [Audio clip: view full post to listen] “L’il Julie’s gone and grown up (out).  It’s not so much the Boeuf a la Catalane we eat at eleven o’clock at night as it is the vodka tonics and three thousand crackers smeared with cream cheese and roasted raspberry-chipotle sauce consumed during the making of it, and […]

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