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15 million Americans have food allergies, and these numbers continue to rise. Restaurants ignore this issue at their own peril and that of their customers. In my experience, the vast majority of people in the hospitality industry do care about helping their guests have an enjoyable experience. Landing a guest in the hospital is not […]

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  Did you know this week is Food Allergy Awareness Week? With up to 15 million people in the United States affected by food allergies, it’s time to learn a little more about this potentially deadly medical condition, and how to live with them if you or someone you love is diagnosed.   In honor […]

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The thrill of travel is my siren song. I used to dream of filling a passport before it expired. Never happened, but I did manage to get to many great places. Machu Picchu, Xi’an, Tulum. Life can throw you one curveball after another, some good, some not so good. Layoffs, pink slips, food allergies. My […]

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Herbs and Spices can enliven your cooking with out added fat. Simple herb salts like this one can play well with lamb, beef, chicken and pork. It’s also terrific on roasted potatoes. Mix it into softened butter or olive oil to roast a chicken or sprinkle over barley. You’re getting the picture, right? True utility […]

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Doing my part – in June – speaking at the first annual Food Allergy Research & Education conference in Chicago.   Here’s the conference schedule and my speaker page.       That’s right, 15 million Americans are living with food allergies. That’s 15 million reasons to get educated about keeping people with food allergies […]

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People, here’s the thing: we all do it. You pick up a spice intending to make some new dish that will dazzle…and you just don’t get around to it. Or, you do, but then it wasn’t dazzling enough to become a regular thing and here it is six months or maybe a year or two […]

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Essential Kitchen Equipment is an occasional series on items I think every well-run kitchen should have. Essential Kitchen Equipment posts are not about the latest gadget. I’m talking about maybe a dozen or so simple items you must have to make your kitchen hum. Of course one could spend endless amounts on all sorts of fancy equipment […]

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I had planned a Japanese meal in my head. I really did. Little braised meatballs made with okara, nimono soy-simmered vegetables, hakkusai with yuzu kosho, rice, miso soup…my favorite matcha panna cotta. Then a little bug (me) a sprained foot (him) got in the way of the shopping. As I began to mull over alternative […]

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