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A for Effort

by Canucklehead 09.20.2011

I really started cooking for pleasure just as people like Nigella Lawson, Jamie Oliver, and Nigel Slater came on the scene. And even though I am much more grounded with Julia Child and Marcella Hazan now – I still love the freewheeling generosity of that generation of UK TV chefs. Nothing beats the joy of […]

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My Own House of Ramen

by Canucklehead 07.18.2011

The inaugural issue of Lucky Peach Magazine, the hotly anticipated collaboration between Momofuku’s David Chang and McSweeney’s, is devoted to all things ramen. Included is a recipe for fresh ramen (alkaline) noodles – and it seems so ridiculously easy, either it’s culinary magic or the meanest practical joke ever. The recipe consist of AP flour, […]

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Oceanwise Cookbook Launch and Giveaway!

by Editor 11.04.2010

UPDATE: The winner of the Ocean Wise Cookbook is L. Davis. Congratulations! In celebration of the recent launch of  “The Ocean Wise Cookbook: Seafood Recipes That Are Good for the Planet“, I am thrilled to have an extra copy of this most beautiful book to give away to one of our lucky UD readers. Featuring […]

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Rôti Sans Pareil – Roast Without Equal a.k.a. Death to Birds

by paulkamon 08.12.2010

[Image source: Aug 2010 issue of Wired] What do you get when you stuff a tiny warbler inside a bunting, which is then put inside a lark then a thrush into a quail and then into a lapwing followed by a plover stuffed inside a partridge, followed by a woodcock inside a teal, then a […]

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A Gin Affair

by Ryan Cheverie 09.21.2009

There are two types of drinkers in the world, those who drink gin, and those who used to drink gin. It’s the most divisive of the spirits simply because everyone seems to have had at least a brief affair with gin’s juniper-y goodness. Often times, these affairs are volatile and intense with a finite and […]

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Mekhong: The Spirit of Thailand

by Rick Green 07.10.2009

^ Areerat Lee (left) and Patcharee Champaphan, present Rochelle Clarke of the Glowbal Group with a bottle of Mekhong. (Photography by Brian K. Smith) The Bacchus Group recently hosted the Western Canadian launch of Mekhong at Sanafir Restaurant & Lounge. Guests were treated to glasses of Sabai Sabai—a Mekhong signature cocktail, also known as the […]

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The Dankowskie Cocktail

by Jay Jones 03.11.2009

(Photo by: Paul Kamon) The Dankowskie Cocktail by Jay Jones ~ head bartender at Voya at the Loden Vodka just doesn’t get enough credit. Millions of cocktails have been made using Vodka, but hardly any about Vodka. The challenge is the purity of the spirit: by definition, Vodka is intended to have no distinguishing characteristics […]

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Holiday Biscotti Lesson From The Queen

by paulkamon 12.31.2008

I am a bit of a shameless coffee and cookie junkie.  So, when I recently had the opportunity to visit with long-time UD Forum member “Biscotti Queen” (a.k.a. Your Secret Chef) at her home to learn some of her baking secrets for this double-baked Italian cookie classic, I happily trekked through the snow to do […]

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