Recipe: Aloo Gobi

I found this recipe from Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown. It’s incredibly easy to make and incredibly tasty. Aloo means potato. Gobi means cauliflower. So Aloo Gobi is a dish of cauliflowers and potatoes.

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Recipe: Blackberry Liqueur

This is a guest post by my friend and fellow blogger Jenny Lombard, an amazing potter and certified aromatherapist, born and raised in Alaska. Jenny lives in Bremerton, WA with her husband and two cats. In August, Jenny went blackberry picking and made liqueur out of the fruit of her labor. Below is her story.

Remembering Summer with Homemade Blackberry Liqueur

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Duck Confit

How do you like your duck confit?

Over the years I have had many versions of this classic French dish – Some cooked dry with intense flavors; Others plump paired with some sort of fruity sauce. When it comes to meat and poultry, I prefer a simplistic approach with non-competing flavors.

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