I have been very remiss in posting these up. The act of writing, indeed the act of streaming as well, are a mentally demanding. I am the type of person that draws strength from interaction. It doesn’t matter if it’s positive or negative (although it’s better if it’s at least constructive) just as long as someone is listening. These recipes pose a problem because recipes don’t generally inspire interaction. You go to a website, you find what you’re looking for, and you make your food. I want to thank those of you that have “yelled” at me in the last few weeks to start putting these up again. I hope you enjoy and I hope you let me know what you think. Did these recipes work for you? Did I present them in a way that made you want to try them? Did you tweak them to make them your own in any way? Leave a comment and let me know.
It’s always a little nerve-wracking when you attempt to do a famous chef’s recipe. Doubly so, when you’ve never made anything like it. Ratatouille may be a simple provincial dish, but since it’s been made famous by the movie of same name (and that this was THE Thomas Keller’s recipe) it’s got a little more cache attached to it. Continue reading “RECIPES FROM 3/18/2017”
As fun as Twitch St Louis was, it was great to be back in the kitchen this week. It was great to see all of the Bearded Family again and to have a couple of new folks join the fold. Continue reading “RECIPES FROM 3/4/2017”
After some pretty big technical issues, I finally got to streaming this week and (barring a couple of trolls) I think it went pretty well. The gyro soup and blooming onion came out really good! AND I got to drink Bordeaux wine (Pappa’s favorite). Continue reading “RECIPES FROM 2/11/2017”