Notes from a Vintage Chef II

Sep 10

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Please VISIT:  http://igg.me/at/Chef-Ross Don’t you just love to cook with all of the fresh vegetables that are available during the summer growing season? I am the fortunate recipient of friend’s overflowing gardens, travel to many of the Portland areas many farmers markets, and occasionally take a trip straight to the source………the farms that give us […]

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Notes From a Vintage Chef Part I

Sep 02

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Here is Part I of several over the next few weeks. I have embarked on an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign,”Join a Vintage Chef’s Next Food Adventure”. It is hugely important, difficult, somewhat complicated for an old chef, but also is a wonderful, exciting journey. I will be offering lots of handy food and cooking tips, recipes, […]

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Another Chapter of Brain Rumbles To Ponder-Version 2014.1

Jan 23

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I had some time off during the holidays and I have been confused as to what to offer up to you folks. Of course,content is never my problem,just paring it down or making sure I put forward something that you would enjoy and find unique and maybe a bit helpful. I love PBS. The only […]

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Brain Rumbles To Ponder-Summertime,Traveling,Reading,Griping, and A Garden’s Bounty

Aug 21

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This summer has been especially slow and casual for me. Projects wanting to bring to fruition for many years have vanished or seem to have slipped into a spare room for a nap,others are in development and all are exciting to consider. That leaves me an opening for considering My Summertime. Most people’s favorite season.It […]

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Brain Rumbles to Ponder…Again?

Apr 02

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Lots of “Brain Rumbles to Ponder” seems to be the order these days. In no particular order (as if there ever would be any ‘order’ here!) : PASSOVER SEDER MEAL – Early in March, I was fortunate while visiting Tapalaya Restaurant , the owner and my friend Chantal, where  I was introduced to Kathryn and […]

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Valentines Day Souffle!

Feb 14

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      I never get to have a regular Valentines Day. My husband, Matthew, was born on February 14th. He’s been taught that as long as I get a card and chocolates (Moonstruck usually, though today I sampled a Salted Caramel from Pearl Chocolates that set me back on my heels), I’m okay with that. He, the lucky guy, gets […]

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