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Glorified Leftovers: Meaty Pies

Leftovers Glorified: Meaty Pies

If you ever cooked a large hunk of meat, say, pot roast, picnic pork, leg of lamb, the abominable Thanksgiving turkey, or chicken, you probably have experienced the big feast aftermath syndrome.  Doesn’t ring the bell?  Well… you cook that beautiful cut of meat, you feed everyone until their are full to the brim, and then… and then […]

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Mushroom Pie WIth Egg

Form vs Content: Mushroom Pie With Egg

Aaaah, the good ‘ole form vs content dilemma, old as this world, much discussed by artists, philosophers and critics alike. What do these things mean to us, and how do they operate in our daily lives? Are they important? If so, why? If not, why not?  Since we are dabbling in culinary arts here (as humbly as […]

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Creamy Asparagus Soup With Homemade Croutons

Creamy Asparagus Soup With Homemade Croutons

Soup is my favorite. If I were a poet, I would probably write an Ode To Soup at least once a week. But I am not a poet and besides, Lewis Carroll had already said it all in Alice, so I can only adore soup through cooking and devouring vast quantities of it. Lucky for […]

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Curried Chicken Pie

Leftovers Glorified — Curried Chicken Pie

Every time I make a batch of curative chicken stock, I end up with a pile of practically inedible chicken meat.  The main objective of stock making is the beautiful broth, so everything that goes into the pot becomes merely a source of the minerals and flavor.  Sadly, at the end of the process all […]

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