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Kesuksesan adalah dimana kita menemukan diri kita sendiri sebagai Hamba Tuhan
Kesuksesan adalah dimana kita menemukan diri kita sendiri sebagai Hamba Tuhan

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[ad_1] Friends, thank you for all of your thoughts yesterday in regard to Marcella Hazan’s famous tomato sauce — it turns out many of you have modified it on your own as well. This is how I’ve been using it recently: layered between noodles, roasted…

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Once we reduce the plastic again in 2011, I swapped many store-bought meals with home made variations, akin to: For those who love pasta and begin on the zero-waste path, discovering a substitute for it could actually pose one among your first dilemmas,…

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[ad_1]   Like many obsessive cookbook collectors, I’ve been transfixed by Samin Nosrat’s Salt Fat Acid Heat, which has lived on my kitchen counter since its arrival but which travels with me, too—what if I get stuck somewhere?! I open it whenever I can,…

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[ad_1] Skip to Recipe As somebody who likes to cook dinner, it’s a disgrace I’m not a greater gardener. How good wouldn’t it be, I usually suppose, to step exterior with my kitchen shears to trim lettuce and herbs for our nightly salad, to pluck snap peas…

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[ad_1] If you are familiar with Marcella Hazan’s tomato sauce with onion and butter, you know it is made with three ingredients, four if you count salt. How then, you might be wondering, can such a sauce be simplified? First, though this is unnecessary…

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[ad_1] I spent last weekend in Southern California, which left me asking many questions, namely: Why don’t I live there? And how might I live there? And am I too old to wear a trucker hat? And how is one supposed to be productive, with distractions at…

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[ad_1] Last Friday, before heading out to see friends for a long weekend, I made the roasted ratatouille from my friend Gena Hamshaw’s Food52 Vegan. I chopped up every pepper, onion, eggplant, tomato, and zucchini I could find, threw them into my largest…

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[ad_1] A few weeks ago, I taught a grilling class at the Hillsdale General Store. We made garlic-basil chicken skewers (similar to this souvlaki), cedar plank salmon, and the hanger steak pictured here marinated with Worcestershire, garlic, and thyme. It…

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[ad_1] Last week, as a side dish for dinner, I made Mark Bittman’s raw corn salad with tomatoes, feta, and mint. My husband took one bite and said, “It’s good,” adding as he put down his spoon: “But too much corn.” Too much corn in the corn salad?! Oh for…

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[ad_1] Earlier this week while flipping through magazines at my parents’ house, I came across a striking photo in the June Bon Appétit: a yogurt-smeared platter piled with vegetables. For its unlikely assembly of ingredients—fresh tomatoes with…
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