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The Forest Feast

The Forest Feast
Shout out to anyone in Connecticut! I will be doing a cookbook signing and watercolor workshop event on Sunday April 13th in Westport! If you haven’t heard of Terrain, it’s an amazing online shop / store / cafe / plant nursery - I visited last spring and basically wanted to live there. It’s gorgeous. It’s a sister store of Anthropologie, and sells all kinds of amazing home and garden items. The main Terrain is a sort of farm/shop in Pennsylvania, and this Westport store (that I’ll be at) is a stunning newer addition.

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Golubka Kitchen Hello and Welcome, My name is Anya Kassoff. Golubka is a place where I share my ideas about tasty and nourishing cooking. I’ve always loved experimenting in the kitchen, and making dishes that are not only delicious but also beneficial to our health excites me to no end. I truly believe that the healthiest meals are the best tasting meals when approached correctly. These are a few of my favorite foods Oysters taste weird, smell like the ocean and feel even worse. Every year we plant candy corn and grow a candy tree this year there are grapes in the soil so Every thing is grape flavor and there are also purple m&m’s. do you want to try? Katz’s Delicatessen

About the Perennial Plate The Perennial Plate is a 2013 James Beard Award winning online weekly documentary series dedicated to socially responsible and adventurous eating. Chef and Activist, Daniel Klein and Filmmaker Mirra Fine are traveling the world exploring the wonders, complexities and stories behind the ever more connected global food system. Season One took place over a calendar year in Minnesota where every Monday for 52 weeks, the duo released short films that followed the culinary, agricultural and hunting explorations of Daniel Klein. In Season Two, Klein and Fine traveled across America, taking the viewer on a journey to appreciate and understand where good food comes from and how to enjoy it. In their current season, Klein and Fine travel to China, Japan, India, Sri Lanka, Spain, Morocco, Italy, Turkey, Argentina, Mexico, South Africa and Ethiopia to tell the stories of real food and the people who make it.

St-Émilion: A Wine Lover’s Paradise « Tracy Chang Beautiful horizons, charming locals and wines of a lifetime. Welcome to St-Émilion. Like I said before, if you’re going to Bordeaux, you must make a trip to St-Émilion. Hop on the train (it’s a one hour ride), hop on a tour bus leaving from the Bordeaux Tourism office or make like me and rent a car for a picturesque drive to nearby St-Émilion. Put on your sunglasses, roll down your window and breathe in the aromas of wine country.

Recipe Index — SK Chestnut Sunflower Thimbles with Raspberry, Quince and Apricot Preserves (GF, V) Brownie Ganache Tart with Whipped Coconut Creme (GF) Buckwheat Skillet Cornbread with Whipped Honey Butter (GF) The Bitten Word: About The Bitten Word Hi there! Thanks for stopping by TheBittenWord.com! We're Zach and Clay, and we cook recipes from monthly food magazines. Ten Things You Should Know About This Site So who are Zach and Clay? The Mija Chronicles I’m a writer and cook originally from Southern California, currently residing in one of the most diverse areas on the planet: Queens, New York City. I started this blog in 2009 as a way to document my move to Mexico City. The blog ended up documenting my growing passion for interior Mexican cuisine and Mexican foodways. Even though I live in New York, I visit Mexico often, usually to check in on my business Eat Mexico, which offers street food and market tours in Mexico City and Puebla.

edible perspective - About Welcome friends! However you happened upon my blog I am thrilled to have you. This is my little space. contact Feel free to email me with any questions, comments, or anything else you have to say. I am also open to sponsorship and product reviews. Let's chat! I love meeting new people. My Mom's Zucchini Lasagna Mom and my brother, George, in Naples My mom, Angela, passed away in 1985. She was from Sicily and I was just really beginning to get into cooking when she died. A short time ago, I was flipping through an old Italian cookbook of hers and saw this recipe, written by her, in the back of the book: I like vegetarian dishes a lot and so I thought I would give it a try. The amount of ricotta the recipe calls for seemed like a lot, so I scaled it back.

Little Broken - Food recipes from fresh ingredients - Part 2 Avocado Wedge Salad with Almond-Parmesan Croutons By Katya 4 Comments Nothing beats a wedge salad like this!

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