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Mastering the Art of French Cooking, My First 20 Something Recipes, Lessons Learned

Mastering the Art of French Cooking, My First 20 Something Recipes, Lessons Learned

Since recreating the recipes in Mastering the Art of French Cooking by Julia Child is about learning the art of French cooking and baking, I thought it would be a good idea to do a recap on the recipes I’ve done so far and what I’ve learned. Of course I still have a gazillion recipes ...

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Tomates Grillées au Four (Whole Baked Tomatoes)

Tomates Grillées au Four (Whole Baked Tomatoes)

I wanted to do this easy recipe because I wanted to discuss something I find ridiculous – the number of tomatoes in every food photo. Go to the Instagram feed of every major food and drink magazine. At least every other photo has tomatoes somewhere in it. Honestly, I eat tomatoes sparingly and certainly not ...

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Korean Spicy Chicken for Two (Dakbokkeumtang)

Korean Spicy Chicken for Two (Dakbokkeumtang)

When I make Korean food, I think about my grandmother and that I wish I could have gotten to know her. According to my mom, she was a great cook. She made her own soy sauce and doenjang (soy bean paste). I think if she was alive, we could definitely share this dish – Korean ...

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