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15 October, 2013

Even More Recent Food Neologisms

Even More Recent Food Neologisms
Posted in : musings on by : Dave

A LOOK AT SOME OF THE NEWER WORDS AND PHRASES RELATED TO FOOD AND EATING. haloodie n. A person who has an ardent interest in halal food. [halal + foodie] bliss point n. The specific concentration of salt, sugar, or fat that makes a food maximally tasty. food forest n. A garden that includes mostly food-producing plants, particularly fruit and
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17 July, 2012

Recent Food Neologisms

Recent Food Neologisms
Posted in : musings on by : Dave

A look at some of the newer words and phrases about food. pink slime n. An industrial meat byproduct consisting of compressed low quality beef trimmings treated with ammonia gas and used as a filler for ground beef. 100-foot diet n. A diet that consists mostly or exclusively of food grown in one’s garden. pollotarian n. A person
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12 March, 2011

Hungarian Goulash

Hungarian Goulash
Posted in : dinner, recipes on by : Dave
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2 large red bell peppers 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 lb boneless beef shank, or normal stew beef, trimmed and cut into 2-inch pieces Kosher salt & pepper 2 large onions, chopped 4 large cloves of garlic, minced 2 t caraway seeds, toasted and ground 3 T Hungarian sweet paprika 3 T all-purpose flour 2
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24 November, 2010

Thanksgiving Recipes

Thanksgiving Recipes
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Here’s a list of recipes and techniques from the archives. What’s a “Heritage” Turkey? — information on whether you should bother with this expensive variety of turkey. My Turkey Plans — This post has a recipe and instructions for brining a turkey. Roasted Turkey : An Old-Fashioned Method — Larding a turkey has you putting
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21 October, 2010

Roasted Delicata

Roasted Delicata
Posted in : dinner, recipes, vegetarian on by : Dave
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In one way, I think my wife usually dreads the autumn, because that’s when I start doing things with winter squash. For the most part, she’s not into them. I think it has something to do with the way they sort of stick to your teeth, and their tendency to be sweet like sweet potatoes
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