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Monthly Archive for August, 2010

Question: What do you do when you–a lover of all things edible, and a recently minted food blogger–are told that you are allergic or sensitive to almost everything you regularly eat? And what’s more, that you have a low-functioning gallbladder (so you have to take any food allergies/sensitivities very, very seriously)? Answer: You freak out […]

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There is nothing quite like good, ol’ fashioned mac ‘n’ cheese.  Yeah, this is American, and I’m quite okay with that. But, to be fair, there are similar versions of this dish popular in Germany and the UK. So it’s *kind of* international…. Anyways, most people have their own ways of making mac ‘n’ cheese, […]

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While living in the Republic of Georgia, I was introduced to a new way of seasoning meats and vegetables–with walnuts. Eggplant, fish, chicken, pork, and beef are all dressed with absolutely delicious walnut sauce, usually accented with cinnamon and cloves. It’s a completely different experience!! Well, so I had some chicken I needed to get […]

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So. As some of you know, I managed to almost burn down my kitchen the other night. How, you ask? Well, apparently oil can catch fire spontaneously when it reaches a certain temperature. I had heard of a “flashpoint,” but I thought that had more to do with a change in texture and perhaps a […]

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Have you ever tried to de-clutter your kitchen, and had problems deciding what to throw away? Or have you moved to a new place, only to wonder where you should start in rebuilding your cooking haven? Here is my own personal list of my top 5 “things I must have.” I have cultivated this list […]

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When I was living in Madrid, my fellow foodie friend Cecilia, ever the dutiful snacky snack scout, randomly and miraculously found a great Cuban restaurant called Meson Cubano. (Note: She found this place through http://11870.com/–good for all kinds of businesses and restaurants, anywhere you are!) Although the restaurant was not far from our flats, we […]

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It’s nothing new that the US is actively pursuing the integration of cloned animals into the domestic food supply. It’s worth noting, however, that the program aimed at putting clones on the market is coming along at a quick enough clip. The BBC reports that dead animals are being used to clone new cows for […]

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Lessons from the Deep Blue

Not to get too down in the dumps these days, but shark week has been the perfect time to examine the state of the seas and the foods we take from them. And while shark week may now be over, we shouldn’t stop thinking about the message that it tries to convey each year. (Although […]

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When we think of food, most of us just generally think of how to cook it and eat it. But this blog is not just a recipe blog; it’s dedicated to exploring our connection with our food sources from around the world, from start (life) to finish (your meal). Different cultural traditions have different ideas […]

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Baja-style Fish Tacos

My grandmother, who was from Baja California, used to cook for me all the time when I was very young. Unfortunately, I never learned her cooking secrets. So I’m on a mission to learn to make all of my favorite Mexican dishes, much like I did with Armenian meals. The one good thing about being […]

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