Too Many Cooks archive for Jan. 2012

TUESDAY, JAN. 31, 2012

Talk about too many cooks...

Last week, @epicurious posted a great list of reknowned and/or celebrity chefs who are on Twitter. I went one further and created a Twitter list to collate their tweets in one spot. Click here to follow this list. Lots of good stuff. I know this...

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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25, 2012

Spocasual? Or, Spokasual?

A colleague told me this morning that she heard a local restaurant is advertising "SpoCasual" dining. (Or, is that SpoKasual?) I'm a little worried about what diners might show up wearing, considering how casual we are with casual dress these days. What do you think?...

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FRIDAY, JAN. 20, 2012

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 2012

TUESDAY, JAN. 17, 2012

It's all in the packaging

What do you do when you have hot dogs, leftover chili and ... no hot dog buns? Channel iCarly, the popular tween TV show on Nickelodeon and improvise. (For those unfamiliar with the show, Big Brother Spencer has cooked spaghetti tacos on numerous occasion. I've...

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TUESDAY, JAN. 10, 2012

Sawyer's Artisan Bakery in Davenport. (Lorie Hutson)

Sawyer's Update

Last Wednesday, Jennifer and Matt Sawyer were preparing to close their bakery. It was a long road to open Sawyer's Artisan Bakery in Davenport, Wash but dwindling sales had made it clear to the couple that they weren't going to make it. Jen says she...

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TUESDAY, JAN. 3, 2012

I promise to ignore the siren song of food magazines in 2012. (YumSugar)

My reluctant resolution 

I'm not one for resolutions. Especially those that pertain to food. I have found that outlawing anything gives me a sudden severe craving for the very food I intended to avoid. And that saying I'd like to drop a few pounds is a recipe for...

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