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Adventures in Cooking Alone, Part II

Today I obtained 100% of my necessary daily Calories from cookies. Advertisements

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Adventures in Cooking Alone, Part 1

So, the break has begun, the students are all gone, and here I am, alone in the dorm for the next week. How do I celebrate this new found solitude and tranquility? The only way one should celebrate anything: with … Continue reading

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Emergency Bonus Link: Le Whaf

This is concerning on many levels. No, cancel that, this is a travesty, an aberration, and it must be stopped! The thing you are looking at is called, “Le Whaf.” Study it well, memorize the shape, because this is the … Continue reading

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Early American Cooking: A Weekly Link

My link for this week is actually a page from the website that Ben already linked us to. It is an article (with excerpts) on The Virginia Housewife, by Mary Jane (Molly) Randolph, who coincidentally happens to be my five-times-great … Continue reading

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Food Studies Manifesto

Here is the product of our discussion in class today. This document should serve as part motto, part statement of purpose, and part reference. Let us bear these axioms in mind as we progress through the semester, and do our … Continue reading

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My Food Philosophy (1/23)

I suppose the most important aspect of a food to me is knowing where it comes from. I like to be able to recognize the ingredients, the method of cooking, and to think about what variations I might have tried … Continue reading

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Link: CookCrazy (1/23)

This week’s link is another food blog on WordPress: Cook Crazy! This blog is written by a professional baker with a degree in bio-chemistry. Consequently, she often includes interesting scientific facts about cooking in her posts, in addition to mouth-watering … Continue reading

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