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Throwdown-Winning Chicken-Fried Steak from A Taste of Cowboy by Kent Rollins

Yesterday I posted a review of A Taste of Cowboy by Kent Rollins. Today, Kent arrived at our Tribeca loft at 9AM and started cooking. His chuck wagon was back in Oklahoma, but he had a New York City assignment. Suzen belongs to New York Women’s Culinary Alliance and that group assembled here to sample…

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Thanksgiving Gravy: Deep and Dark and Delicious

This post has been here before, but I’m showing this vital information to you again because in about 48 hours the panic is going to set in. You’ll want information immediately. Search will not be something you want to do. Gravy? Oh, the gravy? Oh, damn the gravy! It is not that hard to make…

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Thanksgiving Gravy:Tips for Making Superb Brown Gold

This post has already appeared a couple of years ago, but I’m showing this vital information to you again because in about 48 hours the panic is going to set in. You’ll want information immediately. Search will not be something you want to do. Gravy? Oh, the gravy? Oh, damn the gravy! It is not…

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Turkey Stock from the Leftover Carcass: A Thanksgiving Treasure

Your Thanksgiving meal is done. The football games are over. Guests are gone. Cleanup, sadly, is necessary. Here is what NOT to do. Don’t throw away that leftover turkey carcass. Even if most of the meat is devoured, save the carcass. You are about to make quarts and quarts of turkey stock for soup, sauces,…

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