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A site about "competitive" foods; e.g., my chile is better than yours. Also covering food fermentations; sourdough bread, pickles, cured, and smoked meats, cheese, seafood, and food and foodways.
2018-09-14 21:15
  My friend Jack, brought me 2 pounds of Super Cayenne chiles. They were kept overnight in the 'frig and the next morning, in my propane bbq, fire roasted, most for 10-12 minutes, a f… Read More
2018-05-11 20:36
Soyer's Cafe an LaitOne cup of best coffee [beans] freshly roasted but unground, two cups of boiling water, one quart of boiling milk. Put the coffee in a clean dry kettle or tin pail fit on… Read More
2018-05-10 17:23
Anise vinegar. Convert into a coarse powder anise seed 5 parts, caraway seed fennel and coriander seed each pour 5 parts of alcohol and 45 parts of strong vinegar over the powders, close the… Read More
2017-11-06 18:08
There was a time when the wealthy had greenhouses and could grow plants. Therefore, they could make delicacies any time of the year. The tarragon and chervil were always available. I can get… Read More
Sweet Lime Chutney
2017-05-14 19:01
Around 1995 I found a small cookbook titled: Curries of India by Harvey Day. Long out of print, this small book is a priceless collection of authentic Indian and Asia Minor recipes. I presen… Read More
2017-03-24 18:18
Take three carrots, four onions, six shallots, and two roots of parsley, which pick and wash. Mince them. Put a small lump of butter into a stewpan, with the above roots, and fry them till t… Read More
Run Don't Walk
2016-12-28 02:11
Your Author, ever on the hunt for only the most authentic ingredients, while sojourning in the darkest part of Los Angeles, spied a new wholesale spice shop specializing in chiles (mistransl… Read More
Of All The Out Of The Way Chocolates
2016-10-17 16:16
Who would think that the nation of Peru would make great chocolates? We, here in the USA, think French, German, Swiss, Belgium. But who amongst us thinks Peru? I hope this post will change t… Read More

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