Monthly Archives: November 2008

Ginger Squares — thank you, Ann Hodgman

Ann Hodgman’s Beat That! is a cookbook that I return to again and again. Why? Because everything I’ve made from it (with the exception of some pickled shrimp which I found to be more trouble than they were worth) has … Continue reading

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The best and easiest party salmon – hot, cold or room temp

The very excellent cooking store and school Cooks of Crocus Hill has wonderful tools and terrific classes. In a participation class several years ago, I learned a fast, foolproof technique for roasting salmon which proves itself every time, and no … Continue reading

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