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This is my second Mad Men Geography post (I think I’m going to create a tag for that!). The first is here. Above you see the facade of a Benihana Japanese … Continue reading
It’s midsummer and corn is in season, and if you’d like a treat for a midsummer feast that’s different than your boring old side dishes like rice or mashed potatoes, … Continue reading
Here in the West (USA) we’re in the grip of a heat wave, thanks to global warming, and last night I felt like something cool and refreshing for dinner. The … Continue reading
This is a terrific recipe and one that’s very appropriate for summer, as it should ideally be grilled. If you’re just starting out with world cooking this is a great … Continue reading
When I ordered the very first meal I ever ate in New Mexico–it was at a restaurant in Gallup, and it was the year 1991–the waitress asked me, “Do you … Continue reading
This recipe is nearly 2,400 years old. It was made in ancient Greece, and is one of the oldest recipes known to have survived to the modern day. I’ve cooked … Continue reading
Once you’ve had homemade pasta made in your own kitchen, you suddenly “get” the whole concept of pasta. Forget that dry stuff that comes out of a package. This is … Continue reading