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Posts Tagged ‘Sandwich’

Cuban Sandwiches

Remember that roast pork from a couple of days ago? I sure do! I always get really excited when I have leftover roast pork on hand, because it inevitably leads to one thing: cuban sandwiches. In addition to roast pork, a cubano contains dijon mustard, ham, pickles and swiss cheese. Real cubanos are made on soft white […]

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Bánh Mì from Scratch

Since the bánh mì is the sandwich of the moment—with a New York Times article and plenty of blog coverage—I thought I’d add my voice to the chorus. My relationship with the venerable Vietnamese sandwich started well before I knew its name, when Emeril Lagasse (a man who I am not ashamed to admit inspired […]

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First Picnic of the Year

The first picnic of the year, a little early as always.

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Fish Friday Pairings Double Whammy: Gueuze and Shrimp Salad

A Belgian beer kicks a shrimp salad to the curb.

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DIY Sous Vide

Experimenting with sous vide without experimental equipment.

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BREAD DAY

Since I don’t have to work on the weekend I avoid that nagging pressure to interact with the other humans by baking bread. The rhythm of bread baking is such that it is both leisurely and consuming. The first thing I did in the morning was cover 10 grain hot cereal mix with boiling water […]

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