Monthly Archives: March 2009

Homemade Salami?

If you read cookbooks or food blogs more than once a year, you may have a mild-to-moderate curiosity about food. If you have a vast collection of cookbooks (I have more than 800) or you subscribe to multiple food blogs … Continue reading

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Ginger-Chili Krispee Treets (Updated)

A few years ago I began to add chopped candied ginger to krispee treets (no copyright infrigement here), and they were well received. Never willing to leave well enough alone, and always willing to add chili and cayenne to backstop … Continue reading

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Cake Servers – nanoscapes

I paint and this is “Cake Servers” from the original┬ánanoscapes’ Gallerie de Cuisine. ┬áMost of them are sterling or silver plate cake servers that celebrated my “50 Cake Project.” Thanks for most of them to my friend Eileen O’Toole. What’s … Continue reading

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