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Joseph Derosier
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canelés, attempt nº 3
It's been a while since I made canelés. Used Paula Wolfert's recipe again , using a vanilla bean in place of extract, AP flour in lieu of cake flour, and brandy instead of rum (didn't have any rum!) The "white oil" that I used is sunflower oil and beeswax. ...
It's been a while since I made canelés. Used Paula Wolfert's recipe again, using a vanilla bean in place of extract, AP flour in lieu of cake flour, and brandy instead of rum (didn't have any rum!) The "white oil" that I us...
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roasted, marinated asparagus
This is refreshing on a hot and stormy evening after a long day outside: in the morning, roast a bunch of aspargus with olive oil under a broiler, or on a grill, until warm. Drain the asparagus, and toss with lemon juice and zest, capers and a bit of brine ...
This is refreshing on a hot and stormy evening after a long day outside: in the morning, roast a bunch of aspargus with olive oil under a broiler, or on a grill, until warm. Drain the asparagus, and toss with lemon juice and ...
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seeded rye — returning to bread
As the "Polar Vortex" descends upon Chicago again, I decided that I needed a good, hearty bread for lunches this week. I made Dan Lepard 's seeded rye (from Short and Sweet ), using anise seeds, coriander, caraway, and lemon zest as its spice; I substituted...
As the "Polar Vortex" descends upon Chicago again, I decided that I needed a good, hearty bread for lunches this week. I made Dan Lepard's seeded rye (from Short and Sweet), using anise seeds, coriander, caraway, and lemon ze...
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rhubarb daal
This is a wonderful way to enjoy rhubarb as a vegetable, and a tart and refreshing meal for a spring evening. Start with some oil in a heavy pot, and heat up ½ tsp. cumin, ½ tsp. coriander, and 2 tsp. each brown and yellow mustard seeds until they start pop...
This is a wonderful way to enjoy rhubarb as a vegetable, and a tart and refreshing meal for a spring evening. Start with some oil in a heavy pot, and heat up ½ tsp. cumin, ½ tsp. coriander, and 2 tsp. each brown and yellow ...
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something bright for a cold january
  This is a really simple salad form the Ottolenghi cookbook — I've been making this salad with English cucumbers (pictured here but those small Mexican cucumbers are even better), poppy seeds, Fresno peppers, salt, sugar, rice vinegar, and sunflower oil. I...
  This is a really simple salad form the Ottolenghi cookbook — I've been making this salad with English cucumbers (pictured here but those small Mexican cucumbers are even better), poppy seeds, Fresno peppers, salt, sugar, ri...
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Pining for a coast?
I've been eating less seafood in Chicago than I might have eaten back in Massachusetts — I know that much food travels way too far either way — but some fish (sardines, mackerel) really don't travel. And then I realized that we can get decent mussels. I mad...
I've been eating less seafood in Chicago than I might have eaten back in Massachusetts — I know that much food travels way too far either way — but some fish (sardines, mackerel) really don't travel. And then I realized that ...
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