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Welcome Braising Season with Roulade and Dumplings

  Time is flying by this year, and we are already planning our holiday offerings, both virtually and in-person at Lincoln Square. We are also continuing to offer outdoor grilling classes, and we've ...

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Cooking en Papillote

  After my previous post on grilled Ratatouille, a few people noticed that I had an aluminum foil pouch next to my cast iron pan on the grill and wanted to know what was in it. When I explained it ...

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Corn and Potato Soup in Mushroom Broth

  I love going to the farmers market, and as luck would have it, my office is right across the street from the Daley Center. Every Thursday I do my customary walk around the market to see what’s ...

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Not Just Another Salad

  My husband and I have been renovating our home for the past few months, and with all of the noise, dust, and disruption, cooking has been the last thing on my mind! That being said, we still need ...

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How to Make it through Winter: A Guide to Making your own French Fries

  I rarely eat French fries. When I go out to eat somewhere that most people would typically order fries, say to get burgers, I’ll almost always forgo the fries, or if the burger comes with them, I ...

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Leftover Potatoes? Turn Them into Pancakes

  Need to get rid of yet another holiday leftover taking up valuable fridge real estate? Try these easy cheesy mashed potato pancakes. With a start to finish time of about 15 minutes and an ability ...

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Mashed Potatoes 101

Most culinary recipes or terms have a specific order or procedure. Mire poix is two parts onion, one part carrot, one part celery. A vinaigrette is three to four parts oil to one part vinegar. Even a ...

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Potatoes Anna Redux

“You like potato and I like potahto You like tomato and I like tomahto Potato, potahto, tomato, tomahto. Let's call the whole thing off…”

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I Dream of Hamburgers

If you have ever seen my work desktop or laptop, personal computer, or telephone home screen, then you have probably seen this glorious picture.

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Rules for Traveling (& Eating & Drinking) Abroad

I’ve always considered myself a meat and potatoes type of girl. I like a really hearty, comforting meal that includes my star player, the potato.

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