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My breakfast. Jon picked me fresh wild raspberries from our garden so I added them to other fruits (champagne grapes, cherries and nectarine). On top is Sheep's-milk yogurt, chestnut honey and granola. A perfect way to begin the day (especially the raspberries...).Just replenished my supply of durum flour for making pasta. I get it at Borgatti's in "Little Italy" in the Bronx. This place is truly a slice of heaven! (BTW: I don't always use this type of flour in my pasta- sometimes I use all "00" flour, other times I combine the two.)
Fusilli anyone?Mango is the most wonderful dog, friend, family member. I'm so grateful to her and for her, for being such a constant source of love and light.

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July 7, 2009 • Comments (14)
Ode to a perfect homemade bagel.

Although a rose by any other name might still be a rose, a homemade bagel is an entity all its own. Truly different than the rope-like dough used in commercial bagel joints, these specimens which are driven completely by hand, have an ethereal yet chewy interior with an outer crispness that justifiably sings its own praises. It’s so interesting to me how I’m never “over it.” Never. Each time I see a gorgeous batch of bagels cooling on wire racks I’m lured by… continue reading
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