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So Stinking Easy: Leather Britches

History is rich with the food of the poor.  The recipes that arose out of exigency are pragmatic, judicious and, very often, deeply delicious.   Nothing satisfies me more than taking the most simple and inexpensive foods and coaxing unexpected flavor from them. 760 more words

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It's Five o'clock Somewhere: The Bloodhound

This will be the first post in honor of my newfound love/obsession, The Supersizers, a brilliant BBC show that explores the dining habits of the well-to-do/aristocracy in various periods in history.   273 more words

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So Stinking Easy: Super Rich Homemade Sour Cream

“You can never be too rich or too thin”- Wallis Simpson

Clearly, La Simpson was not talking about sour cream.

This falls into the category of “not quite a recipe”.  

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So Stinking Easy: Make your Own Gin (in less than two minutes!)

Sometimes, if you listen closely, the Universe will speak to you. A few weeks ago, the Universe told me to make gin. And I think you should too. 640 more words

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So Stinking Easy: Cherry Pit Vinegar

This is not really a recipe, per se. It’s a way to turn trash into treasure.   You take something unloved and destined for the garbage and reimagine its role. 205 more words

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It's Seasonal: Super Easy Sour Cherry Jam

He who likes cherries soon learns to climb”- German proverb

Have you ever made jam before?  No? This is a good place to start.  You can do this.

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So Stinking Easy: Beer Bread

“Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods; good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts!”- James Beard

Some people have a sweet tooth, but I am not one of those people.  

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