by Iliana de la Vega and Isabel Torrealba Tortillas are the unrivaled accompaniment to any meal in Mexico. And as such, they perform the same role as bread in European cultures and rice in Asian ...
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by Eugenia Bone One summer day I helped my friend Marilee Gilman slaughter and process about 24 fat ducks. Marilee and her husband Charlie have a beautiful farm in Hotchkiss, Colorado, and they have ...
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For more than 20 years, Austin’s The Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts has educated students in all the must-knows of plant-based, garden-friendly cooking. And just as our culture has ...
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 by Marilyn McCray, Octane Press Before the advent of modern-day canning, food was preserved by the process of fermentation. The simplest type of fermentation with naturally occurring yeasts or ...
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by Mark Lawley A combination of family, friends and food is a consistent theme for our camping getaways, and on our most recent trip to Port Aransas for the long Easter weekend, we were fortunate to ...
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