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Which type or types of salt are best for cooking? There are so many options, but I’ve narrowed them down to three essential salts in my kitchen. Continue reading
I spotted these jars of heirloom tomatoes at my cookware store over the weekend. And I thought: Damned if I can’t make this myself. So stay tuned for a post on canning your own varietal heirloom tomatoes …
What’s in your pantry (or refrigerator or freezer)? I’ve put together a list of what I think are essential ingredients in every kitchen. Continue reading
Have you ever been traveling and marveled at some new food or product that you swear you’ve never seen at home? (A writer smarter than I called this phenomenon amnesic product recollection.) During our winter trip to Marrakech, and especially … Continue reading
A handwritten sign at the Hazelfield Farm stand at the farmer’s market read, “Garlic, for cooking or planting.” I’ve quickly come to realize the benefits of cooking with local garlic—the cloves are intensely flavorful without being too “hot”; they’re fresh … Continue reading
Rob and I use milk from a dairy that’s about an hour southeast of Cincinnati. We first discovered Snowville Creamery at one of the Findlay Market shops, and now it’s widely available in grocery stores here. The milk isn’t homogenized … Continue reading