Celebrating Ginger

We recently added a new dog to our family and named her Ginger. Since this is the season when ginger is often used in the foods we loved, I thought I’d post an omnibus of short items about this seasoning. This will celebrate not only our spicy (and very active) dog but all the pies and

Loads of Lavender

Ah, the glorious days of fall! Cool, crisp air wafts over our gardens and into our thoughts. Just as the world is winding down the garden year we start thinking about harvesting and using the herbs we have planted, weeded, watered, and murmured sweet nothings to during the summer. One herb that I have never

A Cooking Tip From the French

In this post, I want to take a slight departure from my main topic and pass on to you about one of the best bits of cooking advice I ever received. The French, bless their hearts, impart the cooking proverb of  mise en place  (pronounced “miz on plas”) to all their new cooks. The words mean “putting

 

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