Thursday, 26 August 2010

Garden Delights, Vintage Ads from 1940, Chop like a Pro, ... FM Briefs

Fresh Herbs ~
The two best ways to preserve them for the winter

"Herbalist and author Susan Belsinger suggests ways to use and preserve your garden's bounty."

The delights of gardening are rewarding at every phase, from witnessing the miracle of sprouting seeds to ...
Read more: Fresh herbs: The two best ways to preserve them for the winter; washingtonpost.com





"Half our life is spent trying to find something to do with the time we have rushed through life trying to save." ~Will Rogers (*)QuoteGarden.com





Drupelets
Succulent and intensely flavored, raspberries are actually members of the rose family. ...
Read more: 5 Fantastic Recipes for Fresh Raspberries; rodale.com


Found in Mom's Basement
From the 1940s, 1950s, ...
Read more: Vintage food advertising that includes recipes; pzrservices.typepad.com




New Toques on the Block



New York Magazine: Hung Huynh, How to Chop like a Top Chef; on youtube.com




Culinary versatility
Beer can chickens recently, a great way to make a chicken that everyone loves. Moist and tender, is always perfect ...
Read more: What's in your can?; bbq.about.com


Gourmet Live
Can a shuttered magazine find a new life on the iPad? ...
Read more: Gourmet Magazine Revived for the iPad; nytimes.com





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