Posts Tagged ‘ cooking ’

Helpful Cooking Tips, #1

January 6, 2015
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Helpful Cooking Tips, #1

 People often ask me, “Paul, how do you make your food so, so edible?” Well, in the interest of culinary advancement, I shall pass on my cooking tips to the world. 1) Food generally heats…

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Paul De Lancey Answers Questions on Tasteful Murders

October 23, 2014
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Paul De Lancey Answers Questions on Tasteful Murders

A few weeks ago, we profiled Tasteful Murders, an anthology edited by the very talented Candace C Bowen and our own comic chef Paul De Lancey. I gave both Candace and Paul the same set…

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The Recipe for Tasteful Murders: Q & A with Candace C. Bowen

October 6, 2014
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We excerpted Tasteful Murders, a fun and frightening anthology, and this book kicked off our Humor Meets Horror Month on Humoroutcasts.com.  Since the response was so enthusiastic, we thought we would do a Q &…

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Mummified Meatballs and Other Clueless Cuisine

August 22, 2014
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Mummified Meatballs and Other Clueless Cuisine

Most of the time, I hate cooking. It’s a lot of trouble and you have to clean up afterward, which is even more trouble than cooking. Result: a lot of takeout and a lot of…

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Midlife Cabernet: Learning from the World’s Great Chefs

August 8, 2014
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Midlife Cabernet: Learning from the World’s Great Chefs

Making Sand Pies  (Click on this cute video)             A few years ago, I traveled on a cooking tour of Italy and learned how to make authentic dishes with acclaimed Chefs…

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The Joy of Cooking (Twice a Month)

July 18, 2014
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The Joy of Cooking (Twice a Month)

Because I like to eat, I like to cook. But I’m older, wiser, and my children are grown, so I only touch a pan once or twice a week. And during the summer months when…

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HumorOutcasts Radio – Interview with Paul De Lancey

May 31, 2014
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HumorOutcasts Radio – Interview with Paul De Lancey

I loved having Paul De Lancey on HumorOutcasts Radio.  If anyone fits the description of a Renaissance Man, it is this gentleman.  Not only does he possess a PhD in Economics, but he cooks, has…

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Keeping It Real

Keeping It Real

I bumped into an ex-girlfriend and we had a laugh, reminiscing about the surreal old days. I asked if she wanted to grab a coffee and she picked up her phone and logged on to…

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Chicken Pot Pie, H.G. Wells, and World War I

March 6, 2014
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Chicken Pot Pie, H.G. Wells, and World War I

American Entree CHICKEN POT PIE INGREDIENTS – FILLING 3 chicken breasts 3 medium carrots 2 stalks celery 1 onion 1 white potato 1/3 cup butter 1/3 cup flour (6 more cups later) 1/4 teaspoon celery…

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A Life Changing Crisis: Cottage Cheese

January 10, 2014
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Emergency Laughter

Every once in a while, something happens to you that changes the way you think, feel and eat for the rest of your life. My life-changing event took place when I worked for a private…

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