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How To Cure Salmon Into Gravlax

November 29, 2011

Scandinavian-style cured salmon, or gravlax, is easy to prepare at home in a day. adidas ultra boost The basic formula for gravlax looks something like this:
gravlax = raw salmon filet + sugar (white, light brown) + salt (sea, kosher) + fresh chopped herbs (dill, parsley) + ground spices (coriander, white pepper) + citrus zest [...]

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How To Toast Pumpkin Seeds

November 23, 2011

One of my favorite techniques to come out of this week’s Root Source on pumpkin is an easy two-step method for toasting pumpkin (or any other winter squash) seeds. Toasted pumpkin seeds make a crispy, flavorful addition to soups, stews, salads or saut├ęs — or a great cocktail-hour snack.

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How To Prep Radishes

November 16, 2011

A bunch of radishes may look daunting for the uninitiated, but the subject of this week’s Root Source is actually one of the quickest and easiest vegetables to prepare. nike air max 2016 goedkoop How you do so depends on the radish variety you choose, and on how (and whether you plan to cook [...]

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November Produce

November 13, 2011

The Charleston Farmers Market sets up every Saturday downtown in Marion Square until December 19, just two days before the first day of winter. That’s about a month away, and the harvest from the surrounding sea islands — Johns, Wadmalaw, James, Edisto — goes on. It may even be fair to say (especially if you [...]

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Potatoes and Dill

November 9, 2011

Who discovered that potatoes and dill were such a good match? We probably have a host of people to thank. mu legend zen for sale Asics Heren Here we have meaty, nike air max 2017 dames succulent potatoes with several tart ingredients: mustard, Calvin Ridley Jerseys buttermilk, Fjallraven Kanken 20L vinegar and lemon [...]

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An Italian Take On Turkey

November 4, 2011

These days you can buy the bird in so many forms — turkey pieces, Maglia Michael Jordan turkey cutlets (or tenders), chaussures new balance Nike Schoenen Goedkoop turkey sausages, nike soldes Air Jordan 5 smoked wings and legs, rolled or bone-in breast roasts — that there are endless options for cooking turkey. soldes air [...]

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Indian Spiced Chicken

November 2, 2011

I’ve been delving into Indian food lately. Adidas Noir An easy way to be influenced by India at home is to apply Indian spices, herbs and ingredient combinations to dishes you’re already familiar with. adidas nmd femme Nike Heren Before grilling meats, rub them with ground spices and aromatics you’ve never tried. adidas [...]

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Pan Roasted Duck

November 1, 2011

Pan roasting is one of my favorite ways to cook meat indoors. louboutin chine new balance 410 Air Jordan 9 Any cut of meat that will fit in a pan (chicken breast, steak, adidas gazelle pork chop, Nike Heren etc.) can be seared over high heat, nike air max 2016 blauw then finished [...]

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Warm Potato Salad (update)

October 9, 2011

I think I learned the general idea from Alice Waters: dress vegetables you want to treat as a salad (especially where vinegar is involved ) while hot. cheap jordans uk Here it was whole grain mustard, ugg sale boots mayonnaise, nike kd 6 buttermilk, oakley fuel cell white wine vinegar and [...]

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Chickpeas With Merguez Sausage And Kale

October 7, 2011

serves 2
Ingredients: 2-4 links merguez sausage (about 1/2 pound), sliced 1 bunch red kale (about 1 pound), stemmed and cut into ribbons 1 15-ounce can chickpeas, rinsed and drained 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/4 cup water salt and pepper 1/2 cup coarsely chopped cilantro 1 tablespoon sherry vinegar
Instructions: 1. ray ban collection 2013 homme [...]

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