It’s one of the things that I couldn’t do without in my kitchen. There are lots of options out there, but only a few really good ones. From Bon Appetit–some thoughts on cutting boards, with some good links to discussions of what’s best and why. Advertisements
Now that the bees are here, thoughts turn to honey–even though it’s unlikely that I’ll be able to harvest from the hive started from the package of bees that I got on 14 April 2017–the bees must have a winter supply so that has priority over satisfying my desire for honey. I found an interesting […]
This article from Bon Appétit might just be useful if you’ve been eyeing a new kitchen appliance: Where to Buy Refurbished Kitchen Appliances You Can Trust Online. My Kitchen Aid mixer was bought refurbished and it’s been fine. I’d do that again for another appliance that I’ve been coveting, given the savings. I’m glad to know […]
From The New York Times cooking section by Sam Sifton: Good morning. I dropped by a friend’s house the other day and found her cooking a Swedish kalpudding, a kind of cabbage meatloaf: layers of butter-sautéed cabbage and ground beef cut through with bread crumbs and cream. It smelled fantastic. I couldn’t stop thinking about […]
We had a few days of delightful (read low humidity) weather here. I’m a fresh air freak. If at all possible (even with spring pollen), I’ll have doors and windows open while I work in my office, or even while sleeping (well only the door to the second floor back porch open). Last night I […]
At least I hope the display is now resolved–it seems to be fine in Edge, Firefox, and Chrome. Ò¿Ó
I’ve discovered that there is a display issue with Google Chrome. I’m working on resolving this, but if you load the site and it appears blank except for the sidebar, please just scroll down until you get to the content. That is not happening in Edge or Firefox. Sorry for the inconvenience.