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Five on Food: Articles from the Wednesday Dining Pages

Posted in General Interest by melissamccart on April 9, 2008

1) Grains Gone Wild. New York Times. “Cheap food, like cheap oil, may be a thing of the past.”  Also: the allure of cachaca, and in New York, fancy French is far from dead.

2) The Sweet Side of Rhubarb. LA Times. Check out these savory, chilly, fruity and sweet recipes.  Also: Michel Richard’s Citrus at Social.

3) Spring Entertaining: Keep it Simple. San Francisco Chronicle. Favas, sugar snaps, rhubarb, strawberries, baby artichokes, leeks, and exotic mushrooms.  (No ramps?)

4) Folding Pattern. Boston Globe. Everyone’s making burritos in Boston.

5) Puddings Bring Back Memories of a Simpler Time. Atlanta Journal Constitution. Not a particularly good headline (Isn’t that what all comfort foods do?), but I love pudding. So now I have to make it.

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  1. Metrocurean said, on April 9, 2008 at 5:03 pm

    Mmm, pudding makes me think of the Mermaid Inn. =)


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