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Real Life Cooking

Cooking a meal is about much more than nourishment. Cooking  is a gesture of generosity and even love that can be felt and tasted. Introducing kids to favorite family dishes or recipes that have been passed down allows us to … Continue reading

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What the Hell is Charcuterie?

During these hot summer months Charcuterie will be in heavy rotation. I first learned of it over a decade ago when I met my spouse. I recall our first encounter. I asked him “What did you eat today?” (I never ask … Continue reading

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Fruit Cocktail

I spotted the fruit on the cutting board and smiled. I had placed it there that morning. In my house that is our thing. If something’s shelf life is ending, you place it on the counter. The message is “rescue … Continue reading

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What the Hell is a Daikon Radish

Opening my very last Imperfect  Produce box, I spotted a daikon radish. I admit I can’t recall ever seeing or trying one. Believe me, I would have remembered, as it looked like some sex toy. Growing up below the poverty … Continue reading

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Spicy Celery Soup

Now, let me admit I had a hard time typing the title of this post, because when I think of celery soup, I imagine blandness and automatically think fad diet. I promise you I am not on a diet. I … Continue reading

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