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  • Mushroom Chicken Pie
  • Pistachio Wasabi Beets
  • Sichuan Chili Oil, and variety of cold-chicken-based lunches
  • Lemony Pea and Radish Salad with Mint
  • The Fort Greene
  • East African Sweet Pea Soup
  • Lazy, Rustic, Haphazard, and Amazing Sour Cherry Pies
  • Malaysian Chicken Satay
  • The Wildman’s iPhone App
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  • Farmhouse Pork with Black Beans and Green Peppers (and Trotter Gear)
  • Black Pepper Tofu with Pork
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  • Toasted Hazelnut Chai
  • Kentucky Coffee Spread
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  • Spicy Shrimp with Wine Rice
  • Double Ginger Chocolate Chunk Scones
  • Artichoke and Blood Orange Salad (with frisee, parsley, and cardamom)
  • Chevre Truffles
  • Clementine Sassafras Ice Cream
  • Jack is Closed (but you can vote for our pie on Sunday)
  • Our Wedding
  • Pecan Mole
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Archive for the ‘Fowl’ Category

March 16, 2013

Rutabaga, Celery, Dill, & Smoked Chicken Soup

Rutabaga, Celery, Dill, & Smoked Chicken Soup

Spring may be on its way, but it’s not here yet. It was snowing in Brooklyn today! Plenty of time left to hunker down with winter vegetable based soups while shivering our way through March. (I’m on this big kick now where I make a pot of soup every weekend to eat for breakfast for […]

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February 6, 2013

Chicken with Oyster Mushrooms, Portobellos, & Napa Cabbage

Chicken with Oyster Mushrooms, Portobellos, & Napa Cabbage

I got the new Fuchsia Dunlop cookbook! Oh, come on, you know you’re jealous. It’s as delightful as the last few, but with more non-spicy recipes and simple home cooking. My celebrity crush on her remains undiminished. As usual, even when testing a recipe from a new cookbook I couldn’t leave well enough alone. We […]

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December 12, 2012

Sichuan Chili Oil, and variety of cold-chicken-based lunches

Sichuan Chili Oil, and variety of cold-chicken-based lunches

I was a major chicken salad kick this past summer, sort of. I mean, I hate mayonnaise, so my definition of chicken salad is more ‘shredded cold chicken with a bunch of really flavorful stuff mixed in’. But that works great for me! Basically, I cook some chicken breasts on the bone, let them cool, […]

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January 7, 2009

Rosemary Noodles with Pigeon Essences

Rosemary Noodles with Pigeon Essences

I had so much fun cooking this! The recipe comes from Chez Panisse Cooking, and it’s one of those recipes you look at and you just know it’ll be an adventure to create. I mean, pigeon essences! What could be better? Dave practically cried at the thought of pounding those beautiful pigeons through the food […]

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October 28, 2008

Jerk Chicken and Jerk Corn Chowder

Jerk Chicken and Jerk Corn Chowder

I’m feeling very justified in my lifelong Depression-era housewife mentality lately, I must say. Times are rough for everyone, and it feels like they’re just getting worse. Good thing I’ve been doing home canning and jam-making for years, not to mention saving bacon grease in a can in my freezer and freezing chicken carcasses every […]

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August 21, 2008

Duck Confit and Fig Crostini

Duck Confit and Fig Crostini

Figs are marvelous. Dave and I have been eating them with duck confit (as in this spectacularly tasty recipe, all rich luscious duck and bright fresh figs with mustard seeds and curry leaves to perk everything up), pickling them, and just generally reveling in their availability lately. Instead of apologizing for not updating this blog […]

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July 17, 2008

Duck Hearts with Cinnamon Juniper Sauce

Duck Hearts with Cinnamon Juniper Sauce

Let me explain. No, it is too much! Let me sum up. I got it into my head that I had to pick up some duck hearts. These things happen. It turns out that you can buy duck hearts at Ottomanelli’s Meat Market (285 Bleecker Street, NY, NY) in 5 pound bags for something like […]

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April 9, 2008

Goose Stew

Goose Stew

This is another recipe adapted from A Drizzle of Honey: The Life and Recipes of Spain’s Secret Jews by David M. Gitlitz and Linda Kay Davidson, a cookbook full of recipes for foods cooked and eaten by Jews and conversos in the Iberian Peninsula during the time of the Inquisition. About a year and a […]

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January 6, 2008

Saffron Duck Pot Pie

Saffron Duck Pot Pie

Here is a meat pie to warm and satisfy you, now that winter has come and I am waiting on the edge of my seat for the first real snowstorm of the year. Loosely inspired by Moroccan basteeya, this pot pie marries a rich and savory meaty filling with traditionally sweet spices, and you can […]

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April 3, 2006

What Makes a Formal Dinner

What Makes a Formal Dinner

If posting is sparse for a while, it’s because we just moved to a new place and this week they’re painting our new kitchen, so it will be a few more days before we can get in there to unpack the kitchen stuff and start cooking. In the meantime, I’ll simply do my best, even […]

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