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We love LOVE risotto. Love making it, love eating it. Risotto has reputation of being kind of a pain in the tuchus to make, what with all the constant stirring. It takes awhile to bubble and cook, as the rice … Continue reading
We took advantage of the Labor Day weekend to do a bit of provisioning. The advent of fall annually sends me into a mini-panic, as I realize that summer—and its bounty of the vegetables and fruits I love—is fleeting, and … Continue reading
We have a Williams-Sonoma Collection cookbook (you know, one of those slim, almost square volumes they’ve published for years) devoted to risotto. We’ve had this since about 1996, and it is thoroughly abused: spine cracked, pages separating, the whole thing … Continue reading
One of the benefits of cooking regularly is that, over time, you start to become a more instinctive cook. Most of us start our cooking habits by religiously following recipes, and we enjoy pretty predictable results. Baking especially, with its … Continue reading
Starchy, flavorful risotto is a mainstay in our kitchen; not only do we love eating it, we enjoy the preparation, too. I do the chopping, Rob does the cooking; risotto is a case in point for the easy harmony that … Continue reading