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Nov 25
Eat at Tumblr joining ffffoood!

The fine folks at ffffood have agreed to invite the contributors here to contribute there. I think there’s great potential for having one great go-to site for food photos, links, and fun.

If you’ve been following this site, please make sure to head over there and follow!

Eat at Tumblr joining ffffoood!

The fine folks at ffffood have agreed to invite the contributors here to contribute there. I think there’s great potential for having one great go-to site for food photos, links, and fun.

If you’ve been following this site, please make sure to head over there and follow!


Sep 12

Aug 22
shrimp cooked in salt

shrimp cooked in salt


Jul 2
(via arazor)

I love this idea for cooking/presenting cauliflower as a slab. How many slabs can you get out of a head. Maybe two?

(via arazor)

I love this idea for cooking/presenting cauliflower as a slab. How many slabs can you get out of a head. Maybe two?


Jul 2
ffffood:

My man at the Times, Mark Bittman, is up to his old 101 tricks again. This time, he offers 101 20-minute recipes for make-ahead foods to bring on your summer picnics.  The list is helpfully subdivided:
Yummy twists on deli-style salads
Raw Veggies
Bean, Rice & Grain Salads
Potato Salads & Egg Salads
Cooked Veggies
Fruit
Seafood
Meat & Poultry
Sandwiches
Cold Noodles

Desserts
What are your tried-and-true picnic recipes?
One of my favorite picnic foods is a steak salad.  Steak keeps well; just add the dressing and the steak immediately before serving so the greens and veggies don’t get too greasy and wilted.  Here’s a recipe for “Solstice Steak Salad” that I came up with a couple weekends ago.  I grilled the steak and corn, but you could do it under a broiler before you leave for your afternoon in sun.


Now, my hungry fffffoodies, when are we meeting in Prospect Park?? (Ok, fine, I’ll settle for Central, if I must.)
xx Nora

This is awesome. I love these!

ffffood:

My man at the Times, Mark Bittman, is up to his old 101 tricks again. This time, he offers 101 20-minute recipes for make-ahead foods to bring on your summer picnics.  The list is helpfully subdivided:

What are your tried-and-true picnic recipes?

One of my favorite picnic foods is a steak salad.  Steak keeps well; just add the dressing and the steak immediately before serving so the greens and veggies don’t get too greasy and wilted.  Here’s a recipe for “Solstice Steak Salad” that I came up with a couple weekends ago.  I grilled the steak and corn, but you could do it under a broiler before you leave for your afternoon in sun.

Now, my hungry fffffoodies, when are we meeting in Prospect Park?? (Ok, fine, I’ll settle for Central, if I must.)

xx Nora

This is awesome. I love these!


Jun 22
celebration (via shawnblog)

celebration (via shawnblog)


Jun 9

Jun 8
The Helmand
Not much of  web site, but The Baltimore Sun said it is one of the best places in town and after the meal I had this evening, I would have to agree.

The Helmand

Not much of  web site, but The Baltimore Sun said it is one of the best places in town and after the meal I had this evening, I would have to agree.


Jun 5
“A simple answer to this question would be that the leaf of a plant which is used in cooking is referred to as a Herb and any other part of the plant that is used to flavor food is termed as a Spice.” Supreme Spice Blog: Difference between Spices and Herbs

Jun 5
“[W]hat about how you run your kitchen and how you prepare your food? Are you an Alton Brown, who treats raw chicken like an infectious disease with his gloves, sterilizing, and paranoia? Are you like a Jamie Oliver, who will run ribs, chicken, and lamb through a barbecue sauce, and then run his finger through it to lick and taste? Maybe somewhere in between?” How much do bacteria fears rule your kitchen? - Slashfood

May 30
watch out (via shawnblog)

watch out (via shawnblog)


May 29
dalasverdugo:  joshuatuscan:   thewordunheard:   When you think about it, Eggs Benedict is wholly disgusting, because it is fatty meat topped with an egg yolk and slathered in a thick, sloppy sauce made of egg yolk (again) and butter.  When you don’t think about it, Eggs Benedict is FUCKING DELICIOUS.     I second the motion. The most perfect breakfast.    Whenever I go somewhere for brunch, and they don’t have eggs benedict, I’m like “Who the hell is running this place?” Whenever I order eggs benedict, I’m like “This won’t be enough food.” And by the end of it, I’m struggling to finish.

dalasverdugo:

joshuatuscan:

thewordunheard:

When you think about it, Eggs Benedict is wholly disgusting, because it is fatty meat topped with an egg yolk and slathered in a thick, sloppy sauce made of egg yolk (again) and butter.

When you don’t think about it, Eggs Benedict is FUCKING DELICIOUS.

I second the motion. The most perfect breakfast.

Whenever I go somewhere for brunch, and they don’t have eggs benedict, I’m like “Who the hell is running this place?”

Whenever I order eggs benedict, I’m like “This won’t be enough food.” And by the end of it, I’m struggling to finish.


May 29

May 29
andi-b:

yellowblog:  love ‘life’ quit ‘smoking’ (via HG rules)

andi-b:

yellowblog:

love ‘life’ quit ‘smoking’ (via HG rules)

May 28

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