Friday, September 30, 2011

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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Culinate Newsletter: Frugal fare, Deborah Madison's vegetable melange, tacos by Rick Bayless

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Dear readers,

Recently, I was lucky to attend a “pesto fest,” hosted by some new friends. The idea was that eight of us would pool food processors, Ziploc bags, and pesto know-how to transform a small-haystack-sized heap of basil — plus plenty of garlic, extra virgin olive oil, and salt — into future servings of freezer pesto. I was determined not to be the one doing the alchemy; I’ve been making pesto since 1982, and because I love this condiment every which way, I was curious to watch (and taste) how others make it.

Thus, I happily put myself in charge of the Ziplocs.

What the three alchemists — Steve, Julie, and Jenni — came up with was absolutely delicious, redolent of my favorite fall herb, rich with oil, just-right garlicky, and perfectly salted. For various reasons I don’t tend to add much salt to my own pesto, but I’ll be revisiting that decision when I make my next batch solo.

Besides being a blast (thank you Jenni and Steve!), the fest reminded me that when it comes to cooking, and life, it pays to revisit the way you do things — even things you’ve been doing for decades.

Maybe especially things you’ve been doing for decades.

Kim Carlson
Editorial Director

Featured Stories

Fall mélange

In this vegetable-centric dish, Deborah Madison marries shell beans with corn, peppers, tomatoes, and basil.

Frugal fare

No need to succumb to junk food: Laura Grace Weldon has solid suggestions for feeding your household well.


Featured Recipes

Fig, Prosciutto, and Fennel Salad

This tasty salad takes full advantage of the season’s plump, fresh figs.

Tacos of Poblanos, Potatoes, and Creamy Braised Chard

Potatoes lend heft and chiles kick in this Rick Bayless recipe.


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Monday, September 26, 2011

Fresh Fall Flavors, Seasonal Sides and Easy Apple Desserts



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