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As I arrived home I saw the @burgundybox something I'd been itching to try for a few weeks now.  Cooking is usually not my forte I'm not one of those who enjoy puttering in the kitchen or intuitively know how much salt and masala to put.  Burgundy Box solves my problem by sending the exact ingredients with the recipe so all I need to do is follow them and then take credit for the delicious meal. A tad expensive it's restaurant style food but one where you know the quality of ingredients that…

As I arrived home I saw the @burgundybox something I'd been itching to try for a few weeks now. Cooking is usually not my forte I'm not one of those who enjoy puttering in the kitchen or intuitively know how much salt and masala to put. Burgundy Box solves my problem by sending the exact ingredients with the recipe so all I need to do is follow them and then take credit for the delicious meal. A tad expensive it's restaurant style food but one where you know the quality of ingredients that…

There are no black beans in France http://best-fotofilm.blogspot.com/2016/09/there-are-no-black-beans-in-france.html  Before I moved here, I knew that some common American foods were rare in France. Plain Cheerios, for example, can only be found in specialty import stores where they sell for €12. Same with boxed macaroni and cheese.  I'd read that kale was only recently re-introduced to France. While I love kale, I can live without it for a year. France has plenty of other delicious green…

There are no black beans in France http://best-fotofilm.blogspot.com/2016/09/there-are-no-black-beans-in-france.html Before I moved here, I knew that some common American foods were rare in France. Plain Cheerios, for example, can only be found in specialty import stores where they sell for €12. Same with boxed macaroni and cheese. I'd read that kale was only recently re-introduced to France. While I love kale, I can live without it for a year. France has plenty of other delicious green…

Chef Tess Bakeresse: Vegetable Fried Rice in a Jar (52 Method Continues)  //  Not overly a fan of this blog even though there are a lot of recipes.  The biggest problem with the recipes is they require having a ton of ingredients on hand that are essentially specialty items from her store instead of just using what you have on hand or easily available (dehydrated soy sauce? are you kidding me??!)  the method is good though and a lot of the recipes can be adapted.

Chef Tess Bakeresse: Vegetable Fried Rice in a Jar (52 Method Continues) // Not overly a fan of this blog even though there are a lot of recipes. The biggest problem with the recipes is they require having a ton of ingredients on hand that are essentially specialty items from her store instead of just using what you have on hand or easily available (dehydrated soy sauce? are you kidding me??!) the method is good though and a lot of the recipes can be adapted.

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