Suzi's Blog

Cookbook Review: K Food, Korean Home Cooking and Street Food by Da-Hae and Gareth West

There are cuisines that, like the country itself, remain hidden to many of us. We’ve all heard about Korea, but truthfully we might be challenged to quickly find it on the map. And while Japanese and Chinese and Thai restaurants abound, few of us have eaten Korean food. Oh, yes, you may have heard about…

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One more day in Paris, …

Hi, I probably won't be posting a recipe or cookbook review today.  Suzi and I are exploring the byways of Paris. We'll report back when we get back. Which is supposed to be tomorrow, but maybe we'll be lucky and there will be a strike by Air France.  Have you ever heard about April in…

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Crema Coffee in Cary, North Carolina

Suzi and I are traveling more. We have family and extended family in Seattle, Austin, Knoxville, Paris, and Cary, North Carolina. We were in Cary last week and followed our new routine. After brushing my teeth, I open Google maps on my iPad and I type in "coffee" and we see what happens. I know…

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TBT Recipe: Austrian White Asparagus with Brown Butter Sauce

Ah, April. Asparagus approaches. Here's a recipe from a couple of years ago that is timely and, of course, tasty. If I say “asparagus” you probably think of those green stalks with the reticulated tips. But green, definitely, green. In Europe, asparagus is very popular, from Spain through Switzerland including France and the Netherlands and…

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