Monthly Archives: July 2011

Edible Adventures: A cook’s tour of Seattle and carrot cake recipe

Seattle has some great tours of the Market; I was there a while back and found some local treasures worth looking into on your next trip there. Savor Seattle Tours offers a range of walking tours. I took one of … Continue reading

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Park Point Food Festival In The Works For Aug. 19

Sample good things to eat while learning a thing or two about food and edible gardening at the Lafayette Community Edible Garden’s first Park Point Garden and Food Festival on Friday, August 19, 2011, from noon to 3 p.m. at … Continue reading

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Round Up Of Fun Summer Recipes

Here are a few great summer recipes from previous posts in case you missed them. Strawberry Caprese Salad is my all time favorite pot luck go-to dish to bring to a party. This recipe cooked outside for True Thai Eggrolls … Continue reading

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Butter History Lesson and Quick Summer Herb Butter Recipe

Butter has had a history that has claimed superstar status through the ages. Records of use date back to 2000 years before Christ. It was believed to be formulated by accident by nomads. In ancient times, it was utilized as … Continue reading

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Digging into the Culinary History of the 4th of July Part 3-Desserts

Here is the final post of the culinary history of the 4th of July. It would not be 4th of July without desserts and of course ice cream! Indian Pudding has been around for hundreds of years. It even has … Continue reading

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