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 Ok, so here's the point: where will you ever find, on a restaurant menu, spinach and goat-cheese ravioli topped with shrimp, simmered in a spicy red sauce? The answer is NEVER. Home-cooking is about satisfying a particular person or a family's culinary hankerings. This dish, although a bit unorthodox - in more ways than the literal (religious) obvious, is symbolic of how powerful home cooking is. "Home" is our very own personal kingdom and eating foods/creating dishes is an incredibly potent form of fortification, on many levels. So, what do you want to eat? Well- just cook it! #homecookingrocks  Apple-cinnamon galette.
 Homemade black-pepper goat cheese. Spinach-onion-goat cheese ravioli.  Concord grape tart.

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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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