Category Archives: winter

Welcome 2012: creamy potato leek soup

I have to say that I completely concur with Ms. Nigella Lawson in that I don’t want to listen to people go on about detoxing and dieting.  Morning television, magazines, advertisements–I’m tuning them all out.  Haven’t we learned yet that new … Continue reading

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Satisfaction: Rabbit ragu

People tend to spend too much time complaining about a lack of satisfaction somewhere in their lives: at work, with their low-fat diet, in their marriage, in that one measly bite of dessert when they really wanted the whole thing.  Great news, people: I’m not going to complain.  In … Continue reading

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Ultimate winter meal: cheese fondue

One crucial part of my food development is the five months I spent in Grenoble, France during my junior year in college.  As a matter of fact, it is where I met the one and only Lady Gouda, our friendship cemented over many, many meals.  Grenoble … Continue reading

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Comfort and joy: Coq au Vin

I can’t believe it has been one month since I last wrote.  I never intended to be silent for this long, but sometimes life gets in the way.  Since December 22, many joys managed to tuck themselves between the several feet of falling snow in Boston.  … Continue reading

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