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Anchovy Salad Cream from Pitt Cue Co.: The Cookbook

British food once possessed a bad reputation. It still does in some circles. Outside of London, “overdone” may still be the appropriate adjective for the meat at the local fare. But surely in London there is culinary grandeur. London is huge, rich, culturally diverse and offers an urban population on the move for new and…

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All-Purpose Honey Mustard Salad Dressing

Marie Simmons is a friend  and very trusted author. Trusted? Take any recipe, from any of her 20+ cookbooks, and you just have to follow the simple, totally clear directions. Your results will be, well not just results, but a culinary accomplishment that will truly please you. Marie’s latest venture is Taste of Honey. Here’s…

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Green Goddess Dressing and Dip

    Do you like tarragon? French nobility did. As one of the “fine herbes” in French cuisine, tarragon plants were a key component of the gardens of French nobility. Peasants need not apply. And while the French Revolution was certainly not tarragon inspired, one benefit was the release of tarragon seeds to the world.…

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Multitasking with Veggies: Brian’s Dip, Dressing, and Condiment

You may be familiar with Alton Brown and his entertaining show Good Eats on the Food Network. Alton is zany, brilliant, and, at times, opinionated. His number one kitchen faux pas? Having something in your kitchen that can only do one thing. He wants you to only have tools and gadgets that multitask. Suzen and…

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