Monday, 13 September 2010

Foraging, Weather and Nepitella (Wild-N-Italian)

Hunting for fresh produce ~
Oven-Dried Tomatoes

"Ruby-red tomatoes bought in a Moscow market, unfortunately not very tasty and with the skin thick as that of the eggplant"

Very edible once oven-dried.
Seasoned with: oregano, salt, pepper, sugar, olive oil...

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"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." ~Albert Camus (*)


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culinary findings
While foraging for huckleberries, the author met a less known leathery-leaved shrub, the "gaultheria shallon" also know as salal...
Read more: A Rule for Foragers: Keep Eyes and Mind Open; theatlantic.com


weather forecast
The 2011 issue of the almanac, which claims to be the nation's oldest continuously published periodical,...
Read more: Read more: 'Old Farmer's Almanac' Predicts Cool Winter; ; time.com




Tastemakers
In her autobiography, Italian cooking authority Marcella Hazan tells how she found love and fame—and changed what Americans ate...

Read more: One Life to Live: 2000s Archive; gourmet.com




in season
The first oysters fresh off the boat are, frankly, irresistible, but the rest of September’s harvest can be saved for deep midwinter...
Read more: September; bbc.co.uk


informally delicious
Putting great ingredients on toast is an ideal way to show them off while retaining a sense of informality...
Read more: Mark Hix's 'on toast' recipes; guardian.co.uk


creative leftovers
We are all so used to buying and eating bread that we tend to take it for granted...
Read more: Well bread: Mark Hix gets creative with leftover bread; independent.co.uk





New York Pass




go beyond grilling
Salmon is tasty, versatile, and healthful — but cooks should choose their salmon wisely...
Read more: Ways to cook wild salmon; culinate.com


masterclass
Award winning chef Heston Blumenthal performs a masterclass in selecting and filleting fresh fish in this great clip from BBC cooking show "In Search of Perfection"...
Watch: How to fillet a fish; youtube.com




Wild Italian...



Read more: The Ingredient: Nepitella; gourmet.com




vegetable instruments
Imagine trying to play a pumpkin. Or a cucumber, pepper or eggplant...
Read more: Veggie Music; italian-food-lovers.com


eating habits
All it takes is three weeks of eating vegan before you start to feel positive effects...
Read more: The Men’s Journal Guide to Going Vegan; mensjournal.com








from the mixer >>
~ Bread - How interesting ethnic carriers can turn standard sandwiches into bigger breadwinners...
Read more: Fast Food Sandwich Bread Has Room to Grow; qsrmagazine.com
~ Culinary discounts - If there's one upside for foodies in this depressing economy,...
Read more: A New Website Offers Gourmet Foods at Discount Prices; slashfood.com
~ Future brides and bridegrooms are deciding to throw culinary pre-wedding parties, trading in the bump and grind for the tasting menu...
Read more: Food Is the Thrill at Some Bachelor Parties; nytimes.com


from the blogosphere >>
~ Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch or Dinner? Definitely dinner...
Read more: Last Suppers - Sommer Collier; fashionfoodfatale.com
~ I submitted an entry into the Queen Anne Farmers Market Holy Tomato! Contest...
Read more: The Story of My “Creative” Life (A Tomato Contest); saltyseattle.com
~ A mindful carnivore stories...
Read more: Blueberries and venison: The gift of wild foods; tovarcerulli.com





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