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So, America’s Test Kitchen has been a lot of fun. We are more than half way through the three-month internship and we were just assigned a “muffin project”. This project involves developing a muffin recipe. The first step is … Continue reading
My first week at Ballymaloe Cooking School has flown by. There is lots to do and lots to learn. The staff here has been incredibly welcoming; I feel very lucky to be here. So far I have not taken any … Continue reading
Goals for November…..
1. Ride in the Ovarian Cancer Research ride on November 17th in memory of my dear friend Elizabeth Canny. I’m hoping that raisng money for Ovarian Cancer reserach will translate to earlier detection and more effective treatments.
2. Keep … Continue reading
The Market Restaurant is opening again for its fourth season on Thursday, May 30. I’ll be there, in the kitchen (until around 6:00pm) on Saturday, June 1, Monday, June 3 and Tuesday, June 4 and hopefully every … Continue reading
I walked out the back door today after a long debate with myself over whether or not to go to the Apple Street Farm seedling sale. I had decided to go, but the rain was picking up. On my way … Continue reading
So relieved today when I went into Boston and met Lauren for a little shop and eat sort of thing. She had been on “lock down” yesterday with everyone else in the Boston/Cambridge area and it was really scary. I … Continue reading
Happy New Year! Hope everyone had a fun and safe New Year and that 2013 is off to a good start. I have a feeling that this will be a great year! Wanted to let you know that I … Continue reading
Just finished the three hour exam and hoorah! It is over!
Sorry, can’t recommend the food at this joint! Hope everyone is managing the holiday thing!
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I love cooking school. It’s wonderful in so many ways, but the Intensive Classical French piece that I have done for the last six weeks has definitely been intense. So much of the food was originally designed to mask the … Continue reading