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Author Archives: Kerry
RECIPE: Toasted Baguette with Camembert and Pears
The Earl of Sandwich was an Englishman. So is Mr. English. After he spent the ENTIRE day tunneling through my closet until we had, count them, six boxes packed for good will, I thought he deserved a thank you snack. … Continue reading
Thanks, Révolutionnaires, for voting in December’s French Liqueur Poll. The winner (trumpets, horns, drums): crème de cassis, a sweet black currant liqueur that garnered forty percent of the vote. The liqueur got its first big break in the Kir and … Continue reading
It is eight o’clock in the morning on New Year’s Day, and I’m up. I never can sleep when I’ve had too much to drink. Last night was shimmering–in that I like things that shimmer, but they also have a … Continue reading
RECIPE: Brownie Bites, à la Framboise, et à la Menthe
This year, my New Year’s resolution is to cheat. I want to be a scoundrel; a low-down, good-for-nothing. Not in the bedroom of course, but in the kitchen. Tonight I am invited to a friend’s big New Year’s bash. And … Continue reading
Only, I didn’t make it out of clay. I made my Hanukkah this year, as do most of us, from brisket, potatoes, challah, and deep-fry oil. And though I didn’t exactly wait for my food to be dry, it did … Continue reading
RECIPE: Fromage Blanc and Blueberry Crepe Blintzes
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