LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO I Thought Valentine's Day Was Stupid Until I Got A Potato Ricer
I'm kind of "meh" about things most people are probably excited about, and I get excited about the "meh."
I wanted the Superbowl to end so I could watch The Voice, have found The Hodo's food to be on... Posted on 2/15/12 at 9:45 PM
STAFF BLOG SUE DOEDEN'S ALL ABOUT FOOD Cookbook Club cooks up a farm-to-table meal
Last night my cookbook club got together. We meet once a month, taking turns hosting at our homes. Our host chooses a theme and each member finds a recipe from a cookbook, usually a recipe they haven... Posted on 7/9/10 at 4:25 AM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Cooking Around the World
A couple of my friends, Mac and Bettye Salisbury, know of my fondness for cookbooks. And because of that, they're occasionally giving me ones they've picked up over the years of browsing at thrif... Posted on 4/1/10 at 4:01 AM
STAFF BLOG DIRTY LAUNDRY The Truffle with Chocolate
Maybe many of you don’t know this, but my mother is a chocolatier. She may not refer to herself as such, but I do. (She's also a professional cake decorator, but that is another story.)
She has ... Posted on 12/19/09 at 12:09 AM
STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Cook Like They Did During the Great Depression
We've been in the Great Recession now for a while, so everyone's finances may have suffered enough for us to reconsider how we cook and what we cook.
If you're cooking for a family on a shoestring bud... Posted on 12/4/09 at 12:00 AM
WEST CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — It's a Sunday afternoon, and David Venable is in his element: on the air, in one of the kitchens at the QVC home shopping network, chatting a mile a minute about bakeware on his popular show, "In the Kitchen with David."
Jocelyn Noveck, AP National Writer
, October 08, 2012
When you’re on the phone with Brenda Langton, owner of Spoonriver restaurant in Minneapolis, you can hear the smile in her voice; you can sense the sparkle in her eyes and feel the passion in her words.
Read North Dakota is publishing a new cookbook, “North Dakota: A Taste of Tradition,” and is looking for the recipes for families’ favorite traditional dishes. A sampling of recipes from the cookbook will be showcased in an upcoming Prairie Public cooking television show. All ethnic recipes are welcome, whether they are first generation North Dakotan, a descendent of immigrants, or part of the indigenous population that has lived here for centuries.
The Bismarck Chapter Junior Chamber of Commerce is planning a 75th Anniversary Cookbook and is looking for past Bismarck Jaycee members who will share some of their home-cooking recipes. Former members are asked to submit three to five of their favorite recipes for the cookbook. Names will be printed with each of the recipes. Each cookbook will contain helpful cooking hints, table of contents, an index and a special section highlighting the years of the Bismarck Jaycees.
April 20, 2010
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