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more CSA odds and ends, and the best biscuits.

I’m gonna hit you with two lows and a high. “What about the 18 Cubanelle peppers?” you ask. Well, we put one on a pizza, used a bunch of them and a bunch of CSA purple bell peppers in a … Continue reading

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more CSA highlights! and lowlights.

We have been cooking so much since we joined a CSA. (We’ve actually switched, since I made that post, from Brooklyn Supported Agriculture to Farm to People. We were having a hard time rehoming our unwanted items, and if we … Continue reading

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we joined a CSA!

Sort of. It’s not exactly a CSA. Traditional CSAs are a direct-to-consumer relationship with a particular farm, and this is not that. This is something different. This is …. well, I’ll let them tell you: “We are a Brooklyn community-supported … Continue reading

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chocolate pudding.

So, pandemics are weird. This is weird, this thing we are all doing. One big change for most people is that we’re eating three meals a day at home, of our own creation. For those of us who like to cook and have missed the freedom of experimenting with new recipes, the opportunity to do so is what a friend of mine has labeled a “tin lining.” Not a silver lining, surely – there is no silver lining to a global pandemic – something dramatically inferior to that – but something nonetheless nice. Cooking a lot has been nice. And one thing I’ve found myself making a lot is chocolate pudding. Let me begin by telling you about making it stupidly! Continue reading

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corn muffins twice.

I mentioned to you earlier that I joined a CSA this summer? One of the …. consequences? I’m comfortable with the word “consequences” – has been a staggering proliferation of corn in my kitchen. There is no recipe that can … Continue reading

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hits and misses.

So, you may remember that I joined a CSA. As anyone who’s joined a CSA in the Northeast knows, that means a lot of zucchini. I’ve only received three so far, but I don’t exactly have a lot of uses … Continue reading

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things I’m eating these days: internet recipes edition.

I don’t blog much anymore. I’m sorry about that. I’d like to be writing more, but it’s interesting – putting dinner for two on the table every night is really, really different from cooking for pleasure. I still love cooking, … Continue reading

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the tastiest and easiest chicken dish.

You guys, I am the worst. I am the worst because I have been making this for years and not sharing it with you. I’m so sorry. I have no excuse. I am deeply shamed. This chicken dish is one … Continue reading

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my first Deb failure.

This post marks the first smitten kitchen recipe I’ve ever made that wasn’t a success. Well. That’s not totally true. Before I started blogging my cooking, I made these pork chops and deemed them weird and too much. But there … Continue reading

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peach pie, no frills.

Yes, I know it’s November and even the apples are over. Yes, I know we pretentious white folk like to eat seasonally and locally and organically and pedantically, and peach season ended in August. But maybe that’s all the more … Continue reading

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