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if you have to go to The Grove, may as well make it worthwhile with a Kir Royale
we call them who-rench who-fries. koreans can't pronounce "f." french fries with fresh garlic and red pepper, served with spicy marinara.
creative uses for a kitchenaid stand mixer, macgyver-esque applications welcome. [ed.'s note: the pink mixer in the photo is my baby]
peabody's take on the same chocolate truffle cake in #661
tastes so much like heaven, she's going to hell for the sin of lust. chocolate, caramel, hazelnut praline and banana chips.
commercial abalone-ing was banned 10 years ago, but now eco-friendly abalone ranchers are making them more accessible. poached abalone from san francisco's koi palace.
the happy sorceress dispenses breakfast happiness ~ scrambled eggs, bacon, and shaved asiago on tiny toast
how can you not put up the picture of banana french toast from the same post in no. 628?! i mean really, foodmarathon ;) BANANA FRENCH TOAST!
oh, to be basking (basque-ing?) under the spanish sun eating fideua
maple crema. yeah, i'd eat that.
it might not be urasawa, but KIRIKO on sawtelle in west los angeles is close enough.
breakfast of swinging champions: huevos rancheros
vin d'orange: orange from seville steeped in wine.
truffles, not diamonds, are a girl's best friend (at least for jocelyn)
leftover rice? forget fried rice. make green tea risotto with seared tofu and mushrooms.
went to a tasting for these guys -- Montana Legend -- over the weekend and boy, were the steaks good. i mean, this rare girl almost didn't mind eating it medium!
an ode to eggs and toast, a la Dr. Seuss
ladies in red. and white. on tiffany blue. red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting.
i don't even LIKE lamb, but this rack of lamb with marjoram and parsley crust could make me love...
a simple grilled chicken quesadilla never looked so good
scallops and peppers make for fine cambodian dining
easy peasy lemon squeezy
why cry over gluten-free? shrimp fried rice.
heidi swanson's dad's garlic bread
sugo - the catch-all term for italian sauces. this one takes nine hours in the kitchen of SF's NoPa.
the easiest way to nirvana...roasted garlic
pork is the flavor of the year. recipes for cider-brined pork chops with wild rice, five-spice roast pork, and what i plan to make this weekend, ragu with pork ribs, sausage and pancetta.
orange county isn't just claim jumper and olive garden. apparently, the sushi isn't bad.
creamy potato leek soup with bacon. amazingly, it's from Cooking Light
it's in german, but i know it's a blueberry cheesecake.
it looks like an issue of playgirl, but CRAVE is a cookbook. seriously. by ludo lefebvre, who will be guest hotchef (one word) at bin 8945 in west hollywood.
now THAT'S the way to eat oysters on the half shell - with all your heart!
individual blueberry pies
doesn't it just make you want to bake madeleines?