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Ibushi Gin

Japanese cuisine fascinates me because of it’s attention to presentation as well as flavors and it’s unique style of food preparation.  I’m not talking about sushi which is, and rightly so when prepared by master sushi chefs, the very expensive … Continue reading

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Gardening

One of the reasons I’m still not in France is because I needed to wait until winter finished to do my Spring gardening.  I’ve been listening for years to those of you who are both proficient and interested in gardening, … Continue reading

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Smoked and Spicy Travers du Porc with Coleslaw

I cleaned out the refrigerators yesterday and had to admit that I was in freezer trouble again.  Whenever I say freezer trouble, I think about one of this family’s favorite books, “Grandmaster” http://www.amazon.com/Grandmaster-Penzler-Presents-Warren-Murphy/dp/0765311631/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1335769343&sr=8-2.  It is a novel about a chess … Continue reading

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Le Sanglier Part III

For those of you who missed the beginning, check out the previous posts: https://cookinginsens.wordpress.com/2011/11/14/le-sanglier-part-i/ and https://cookinginsens.wordpress.com/2011/11/16/le-sanglier-part-ii/ After 5 weeks of soaking in a spiced salt brine, it was time to get down to business.  I removed the sanglier shoulder, rinsed and soaked … Continue reading

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