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Posts Tagged ‘tomatoes’

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 […]

There’s Something Fishy About This Quiche

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] “It is better to buy only as many anchovies as you need from a big can that’s been freshly opened in the store. But use them soon if you want to get the best flavor from them…Their fragility may be the reason many people just hate anchovies—they’ve been […]

I Think I’m Turning Japanese, I Really Think So

 [Audio clip: view full post to listen] “I’ve often wondered to myself: Does a vegetarian look forward to dinner, ever?” – Julia Child Last night, to give ourselves a brief vacation from the butter and cream and wine and sauces and heavy (albeit delicious) meat recipes, I thought I’d try something simpler and lighter. While […]

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