I had quite the adventure when I realized that the bag of pork skin I’d pulled from the freezer was actually a whole deboned pig’s head. Got quite a bit of action out of that guy. I ended up making my first guanciale AND my […]
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I have a bad habit of overfilling my tortilla when making burritos, so this new tortilla boat trick I’ve discovered is really helping me out a lot. As long as you have a smallish pan and biggish tortillas, you’re laughing! This one is filled with […]
AN AUTUMNAL FEAST for dinner: pumpkin risotto (homegrown New England sugar pumpkin) cooked in smoked guinea hen stock with Misty Mountain lobster mushrooms and chanterelles (friends of @nicky.usa, will be at Wild About Game!), bacon, toasted pepitas and fried sage from the garden. Second shot: […]
I wrote a spirited defense (and history) of tuna casserole for Taste. Check it out!
Protip: if you don't have a "tight-fitting ham net" like the @olympiaprovisions cookbook says to use, a fishnet stocking will do the trick. #macgyver #charcuterieforher #coppa #sexy A post shared by heatherarndtanderson (@heatherarndtanderson) on Apr 22, 2017 at 1:47pm PDT
Made dozens of challah buns today: these are stuffed with ham, Swiss/cheddar, and pickle mustard, and there's a big batch stuffed with pepper jack and homemade kimchi. #dinnertonight #ambaking #notkosher #notglutenfree #notvegan #everydayisachallahday #culturalappropriation #sacrilicous . . . . #f52grams #bareaders #challah #foodandwine #instafood A […]
I wrote a thing for Eater on the history of hotel dining in Portland, and the new joints opening in the old hotel restaurants.
The inaugural bake in my new mini-loaf pan: chocolate chip banana bread! Cuts the baking time by half, and they're cute as heck (and perfect for sharing). #ambaking #bananabread #cutefood A post shared by heatherarndtanderson (@heatherarndtanderson) on Apr 19, 2017 at 1:35pm PDT
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