Category Archives: Cooking

Superbowl, Super Snacks!

I don’t know how it happened, but this week we are hosting our second, and what looks to be annual, super bowl party. The fridge is full of ingredients and our kitchen will be working overtime this weekend to produce … Continue reading

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Squash-a-palooza

Squash season is here and it’s hard to resist these pretty orbs in all their bold orange and yellow splendor. However, they can be intimidating to cook and definitely require a sharp knife to cut through their tough outer layer. … Continue reading

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Vegetable Soupe Au Pistou

It’s getting to be late in the fall and that means that if you have a CSA or shop at the farmers market you are swimming in more vegetables than you know what to possibly do with. As the growing … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Breakfast Tacos

Earlier this fall I got to visit Austin, enchanted land of swimming holes, relaxed cafes, and the most delicious Tex-Mex invention of all: the breakfast taco. I could eat Mexican (and Texican) food all day, everyday, for every meal and … Continue reading

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A 3rd Cook in Another Kitchen (Guest Post)

Hello from Pennsylvania! Dandy Prof here. About two months ago, I left behind my beloved Brooklyn (and my beloved BFF, editrix of this here blog, with whom I shared a kitchen for seven years), for the suburban climes of Southeastern … Continue reading

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“Dumpster Diving, Tofu + Zines” in Remedy Quarterly!

I am so pleased to announce that a story about my young days as a punk rock zinester back in Portland, Oregon has been published in the wonderful journal Remedy Quarterly. Run by Kelly Carambula of the fantastic food (and … Continue reading

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Minimalist Lobster Rolls

One day this July I confessed to my co-worker that when I was growing up in Maine I actually did not like lobster that much and refused to eat it from age 12 to 29. She looked at me, taken … Continue reading

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