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Jennifer follows her passions and takes us readers and cooks to places we might not go to if she didn't lead us there.
Mirsani’s sister, Ilhama Safarova, was among the contributing cooks.
Colleagues have become very patient about me cooking while on calls with them, and my boss always politely offers to call back at a more convenient time when met with the boys chanting “go away, go away” at him.
Portland’s Lex Grant has cooked in the NBA bubble and for Oprah Winfrey.
THE SNOW DIDN’T STOP. NEITHER DID CHEF LEX GRANT.BROOKE JACKSON-GLIDDENFEBRUARY 25, 2021EATER
Some people find it helpful to label things with the date they were purchased or cooked.
Pearl barley, which has that bran layer removed, cooks faster and will release starch into your cooking liquid, which can help make dishes thick and creamy, like in this barley risotto.
Mashing some of the beans in the saucepan as they cook, helps create a thick, saucy stew, which is served topped with a salad of thinly sliced radicchio and matchsticks of green apple simply dressed with olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper.
They spend time cooking up a storm and watching TV series together.
TO POD OR NOT TO POD?TOM SOMMERSFEBRUARY 23, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
My meat-loving friends swear by the barbecue cooked up at The Loft at Degnan’s in Yosemite Village.
A reaction to the glut of overly technical recipes, no-recipes take a contrarian stance to the gospel of optimization, offering recognition to overworked home cooks already exhausted by Wednesday night.
BEFORE NO-RECIPE COOKING, THERE WAS MRS. LEVYNICK MANCALL-BITELFEBRUARY 19, 2021EATER

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