Monthly Archives: October 2012

Momofuku To Go

Thanks again to Jet for keeping this blog going during my long silence. I will write more about the reason for the long silence in a post this week, but until then, please enjoy the latest! – Christiana In the … Continue reading

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Bacon

Jet never fails to amaze me, and so when she emailed me links to Berkshire bacon that retailed at $50/lb, I thought “There’s no way.” But now I’ve had a chance to try it too, and this bacon is transcendent. … Continue reading

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Fresh Ham

More from Jet! Enjoy! Last year around Thanksgiving, my brother, who was living in Denver at the time, told me he had ordered a fresh ham from the butcher, which he intended to cure and smoke himself.¬† In looking around … Continue reading

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Porkerhouse!

Below is installment 3 of Jet’s guest posts. As you can see, she has really jumped right into the pig (hog) project, and I am so excited to share her experience! Frankly, I’ve struggled with this guest post, because the … Continue reading

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More on Lost Flavor Profiles, Hogs, and Steers

The second guest post from Jet Doye! Enjoy! – Christiana Francis Mallmann’s Seven Fires is a truly wonderful book. ¬†Anyone who decided to cook potatoes at The International Academy of Gastronomy alongside fellow culinary royalty, Alain Ducasse, Ferran Adria, and … Continue reading

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Praise the Lard – Guest Post

The following is a guest post from my friend and partner in crime, Jet. Enjoy! – Christiana When Christiana’s husband, Sam, mentioned over brunch that he was uncomfortable about ground beef and wished he could know the beef had come … Continue reading

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