Grunts: A Delicious and Simple Dessert

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Grunts are one of those great “Grandma” desserts that trace their history back to colonial times.  They are in the large family of cooked fruit desserts that include crisps, cobblers, betty’s, pandowdy’s, and

Grunts: A Delicious and Simple Dessert2018-04-10T23:12:11-07:00

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Duck is one of those birds that most Americans shy away from. If that describes you, then it's time to give duck a try! They are widely available frozen in supermarkets, and much

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Top 10 Cookbooks of 2010

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Here are my top ten favorites from a fantastic crop of cookbooks in 2010: •    One Big Table by Molly O’Neil.  Simon and Schuster $50. •    Tartine Bread by Chad Robertson.  Chronicle Books $40. •   

Top 10 Cookbooks of 20102018-04-10T23:12:12-07:00

Thanksgiving 2010 Recipes

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For all the years that I’ve fixed Thanksgiving, my kids especially, have been adamant about keeping it traditional:  turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie.  They are inventive and creative eaters and cooks

Thanksgiving 2010 Recipes2018-04-10T23:12:13-07:00

BRINING AHEAD: THE SECRET TO MOIST GRILLED FISH AND MEATS

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Living in California gives me lots of opportunities to use my charcoal grill.  I love the smoky, caramelized flavors that grilling contributes.  There is one drawback however:  you must be constantly vigilant to not overcook

BRINING AHEAD: THE SECRET TO MOIST GRILLED FISH AND MEATS2018-04-10T23:12:18-07:00