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Really simple recipes: another way to do pork chops

Tonight I did pork chops using a variant of the cast-iron skillet method I originally described for “Jeff Smith’s Serbian Pork Seasoning” that turned out particularly good, and may be better for when you have thinner chops (less than an … Continue reading

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Jeff Smith’s “Serbian Pork Seasoning”

People my age or older who have been cooking for a long time probably remember Jeff Smith, the Methodist minister known as “The Frugal Gourmet” in PBS television series and related cookbooks. He was perhaps the last of the “old-style” … Continue reading

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Diane St. Clair’s Buttermilk Meat Loaf

I recently picked up a copy of Diane St. Clair’s The Animal Farm Buttermilk Cookbook. St. Clair and her husband operate a dairy farm in Orwell, Vermont, and supply butter and buttermilk to famous restaurants and gourmet food stores around … Continue reading

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Joanne Chang’s (cafe’s) split-pea soup

As I promised a few days ago, I made the split-pea soup from Joanne Chang’s flour, too. Overall, I’m reasonably pleased with how it came out, although I might do a few things differently. (I should note that Chang does … Continue reading

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More recipe fun

A week ago, I promised an update on Diane Duane’s Tessinerbrot recipe (original recipe here). I’ve now eaten the whole loaf, which is at least one good sign. On the whole, it seemed like a fairly ordinary soft white sandwich … Continue reading

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