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A History Lesson in a Pipkin

(I was unable to attend this event. Erin presented a paper she wrote and was kind enough to procure the rabbit recipe and write about it for DP. –JJF) Written by Erin Laverty “Take a pipkin…” the recipe begins. “Hmm,” … Continue reading

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In Algiers

DISCLAIMER & WARNING: If you are a rabid animal-rights-type vegetarian and/or don’t have a stomach for some less delicate events in life, please do not read this. . . I started using Twitter recently. I’ve been using Facebook since last … Continue reading

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The self, the other, and the beans that bind

Daily Prandium is back on the bean trail. Today I am preparing Dominican style beans that my friend B’s mother and aunt taught me to make a few weeks ago. I know. It’s been a long time since they came … Continue reading

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Mala suerte para el huevo

Mala provecho..

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How much would you pay..

..for peppers like these? They’re free! On a night trash touring with freegans somewhere in Upstate Manhattan these peppers were gleaned along with fresh pineapple, cantaloupe, oranges, lemons, apples, lettuce, cabbage, bread,.. As a ‘member of the media’ I agreed … Continue reading

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Gandules verdes

This afternoon two special guests shared with me how to prepare Dominican style beans. The approach was the classic and holistic style to teach and learn cooking—my guests cooked and I watched. There is much to write. Soon I’ll share … Continue reading

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Prandium exposed

UPDATE: The photo has been changed as of September 02008. If you’re wondering, and since folks have asked, perhaps you are.. What is that a picture of at the top of my site? When I first read about prandium* early … Continue reading

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