SPAM

Part of my kitchen Things you need to know: 1) The derivation of the term “spam” for torrents of unsolicited e-mail and posts comes from a Monty Python skit where a diner serves SPAM, SPAM, […]

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Japanese Omelettes and Other Great Uses for the Stupendous Egg

Japanese Appetizer TAMAGOYAKI(Rolled Omelette) INGREDIENTS 4 eggs2½ teaspoons dashi (Japanese soup stock. You might have to make it using dashi powder.)1¾ teaspoons mirin½ tablespoon soy sauce1 teaspoon sugar2 tablespoons vegetable oil (½ tablespoon at a […]

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Lap Khmer and Eating Greenlandic in Cambodia

Cambodian Entree LAP KHMER(Beef Salad) INGREDIENTS 6 ounces fresh beef sirloin or tenderloin steak cut thinly as possible1½ tablespoons fresh basil*1½ tablespoons fresh mint*¼ pound Chinese long beans (also called yardlong beans)1 red chile pepper½ […]

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Lemon Sherbet and Thor

Azerbaijani Dessert LEMON SHERBET INGREDIENTS ½ teaspoon saffron threads½ cup water2 lemons*5½ cups water¼ teaspoon coriander seeds¼ cup sugarcrushed ice * = There are only a few ingredients in this recipe, so their freshness is […]

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Research Helps Us Be Informed

                    – Paul De Lancey, The Comic Chef, Ph.D. Check out my latest novel, the hilarious apocalyptic thriller, Do Lutheran Hunks Eat Mushrooms? It’s published by HumorOutcasts and is available […]

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You Need to See Three Tacos

The world is harsh and terrifying. Sometimes it seems that the forces of evil will soon overwhelm us entirely. But no! All is not lost. We have tacos. Lots and lots of wonderful tacos. Tacos […]

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Are There Culinary Force Fields?

I don’t recall why I tried to find out about http://www.CulinaryForceFields.com or even why I thought the company Culinary Force Fields existed. At any rate, Google seems think Culinary Forces Fields is a thing. See below. This […]

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