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Herbed Crushed Potatoes [well, really smashed]

Often we prepare our potatoes with swiftness. One [step] and done. Baked or fried or boiled. Salt, pepper, butter or mustard or sour cream. Quick and ready to eat. Consider a different, slower, more complex, but oh-so-good path. These potatoes are cooked twice: once in a simple boil and then roasted with oil you have…

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Potato, Cauliflower and Camembert Gratin

This post finishes the series on what we had for Easter dinner last Sunday. I’ve saved the best for last. If you google “what does cauliflower taste like” you have a quick descent into a tar pit. There are plenty of discussions, not about what it tastes like or why, but what to do about…

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Brian’s Breakfast Mash Up

On a morning when I don’t have to rush off to work or a meeting, when I have some time, and when I have memories of childhood breakfasts, I open the refrigerator and begin. There is nothing complicated here: bacon, potatoes and onions. Plus more if you want: Peppers Capers Herbs Mushrooms Hot sauces in…

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Team Building, Families, Brunch, and Breakfast Potatoes

  Suzen is an expert in culinary team building. Really, the expert. She pioneered using the kitchen for team activities. What kind of activities? Perhaps just an episode of fun with people casually preparing a meal together. Perhaps an evening filled with challenges to improve a team’s communications or sharing skills. Different teams come to…

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