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Cooking With Ideas

Eat. Drink. Read. Think. A place for the bibliochef in all of us.

Published: 2017-11-18T09:34:51-05:00


Coming Soon to This Very Blog


*Interview with Dana Pickford Cree, author of Hello My Name is Ice Cream and James Beard nominated pastry chef (not to mention a wonderful person!) *Ruminations on cooking with Bostrom Farm products (including bolognese which turned out to be spectacular!)...

What She Ate by Laura Shapiro


As promised quite some time ago, some reflections on What She Ate by Laura Shapiro. . . . a book that follows after several by Shapiro I have reviewed here on Cooking with Ideas. Imagine a select few women from...

Sauerkraut 4 and More (Fermentation)


So, there are currently 3 things fermenting in the household: a 2 gallon crock of "naked kraut" made jointly with my partner, the one gallon crock has kohlrabi kraut in it, and the quart bottle pictured above filled with a...

What is Circulating in Your Neighborhood?


In my youth, or what I like to think of as my youth, what circulated as a result of people's gardens was a single, unduly prolific vegetable: the zucchini. One would come home -- wherever that was -- to bags...

Spotted Duck: An Interview


As readers of this blog know, I encountered Spotted Duck Creamery this past summer and fell in love with their ice cream! I wrote a short review and sent it along to the folks there. And then what happened? We...

Neat or Sloppy?


There is an enormous amount of controversy, both expressed and sublimated, in my household about the neat versus sloppy debate, sometimes (but not always) conflated with the dirty versus clean dichotomy. Yes, I have read Mary Douglas's Purity and Danger....

Bitter Honey and BoxCar: Railroad Street in Rochester


On Saturdays, we often head off to do errands in Rochester, including dry cleaning, purchasing coffee beans at Joe Bean's on University Avenue, the Rochester Public Market and, of course, the mother ship (aka Wegmans, Pittsford). Oddly enough, the whole...

Milk Street


As you will perhaps, remember, I actually love magazines. And, I love browsing food magazines. And, this is harder and harder to do when one lives in a not-so-urban area and wants to try a different magazine once in a...

Cooking -- Preserving -- is a Liberal Art


Recently, a friend opined, on Facebook, that "canning food is a liberal art." I agree. In fact, I would go further: cooking is -- or at least can be - a liberal art. What does this mean? I do not...

FLX Table -- Geneva Has USA Today's #1 Restaurant


So FLX Table has been open a while and I knew that my partner wanted to go. I do not plan well. And, planning is what it takes to go to FLX Table as their tickets are available for a...