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When Annemarie Kill and her husband, John Duffy, bought their first house in Chicago’s Galewood neighborhood in 2003, the duo knew it needed some cosmetic work — in fact, they were excited to redo the
Chefs, I once presumed, stood mid-kitchen, gazed at the ceiling and pronounced: rich, egg-bolstered bread! Then produced a perfect loaf. Perhaps some are struck by such inspiration. None forgo perseveration.
While scrolling through a slog of posts in my Instagram feed, my thumb paused on one in particular, which Ina Garten shared with her 1.3 million Instagram followers (myself included): her go-to Super dip.
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How to make those amazing garlic-shallot butter mushrooms from Craft Los Angeles - Los Angeles Times
When it comes to mushroom recipes, it doesn't get much easier than this: a blend of mushrooms — crimini, shiitake, oyster, trumpet royale and maitake — sautéed in a garlic-shallot butter and tossed with
Turns out, a loose muscle is a strong muscle. Like most guys, I hated stretching. Why waste time sitting around when I could be out running? It hurt to learn that I was wrong—throbbed like hell, actually.