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Adventures in Eating: Country Sausage Patties

The other day, while waiting for a doctors appointment, I flipped through a “Better Homes and Gardens” magazine. Nothing quite piqued my interest and I was just about to trade it in for an entic­ing copy of “People” when I came across an ad for a refrigerator. I became transfixed. It wasn’t the sleek design… read more »

Adventures in Eating: Eggs Motul

It would not surprise me one bit if you are perched on the edge of your seat awaiting this next episode of Eggs Motul from our Bridal luncheon! Next month will be the fi­nal installment of this thrilling “cliff hang­er”. I expect it will entice you to run to your market to purchase the ingredients… read more »

Adventures in Eating: Black Bean Puree

There is a distinct advantage in creating a “serialized” food column. Thinking of what to present the next month, is eliminated. Writing it, though, is another matter. A writer was asked if he liked to write, it is said he answered, “Yes, except for the paperwork!” This month, the saga of the bridal luncheon and… read more »

Adventures in Eating: Eye-Opener Corn Bread

“You’re a million miles from nowhere, when you’re one little mile from home.  It’s the song of mothers’ tears, that keeps ringing in your ears. You just leave the gates of Heaven, when you leave mothers’ arms to roam.  You’re a million miles from nowhere, when you’re one little mile from home.” This is a… read more »

Adventures in Eating: Main Course Vegetable

A hundred years ago, the French gas­tronomer Brillat-Savarin wrote exten­sively on the experience of tasting . “It is no easy matter to determine the precise nature of the organ of taste. It is more complicated than would appear at first sight. Clearly, the tongue plays a large part in the mechanism of degustation; for, endowed… read more »

Adventures in Eating: Mrs. Kellog’s Cereal Pie Crust

How does anything begin? Our lives roll along, and we partake of our environment, and every now and then ask ourselvest his question: Who started or created what I am eating? Time and again, I find religion has been a factor in this development. As we become more familiar with the shrinking world around, food history… read more »

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