Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are.

--Brillat-Savarin 
The first national day of Thanksgiving was
  declared by George Washington in 1789,
  citing the " degree of the tranquility, union,
  and  plenty..." across the land......

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Venite ad me omnes qui stomacho laboratis et ego restaurabo......
 

QUOTE  OF THE DAY:   "BAM!" Emeril Lagasse
 
 

    ...buy me some peanuts and 
crackerjacks....        

 



 

Turkey Day is Upon Us
Click the turkey for the true accounting of that day!
 
 
 

Ladies and Gentlemen: Start Your Grills

 
 

Rub a Dub Dub
Marinades dry and wet for 
Intense BBQ Flavor

 
 
 
 

 apple crisp

...caramelizing on the bottom of the oven on a nippy fall afternoon....
 
 
 

jean-georges vongerichten /mark bittman

 
 
 
 

nantucket clam chowder

But when that smoking chowder came in, the mystery 
was delightfully explained. Oh! sweet friends, hearken
to me. It was made of small juicy clams, scarcely bigger
than hazelnuts, mixed with pounded ship's bisquits and
salted pork cut up into little flakes! the whole enriched
with butter, and plentifully seasoned with pepper and salt..... 
we despatched it with great expedition.

     -- Moby Dick by Herman Melville
 
 
 
 
 

cranberries
 
 
 
 

pumpkin brulees
 
 
 

SIMPLY TUSCAN BY PINO LUONGO
A REVIEW WITH RECIPES

 
 

Rice Around the World
Biko, a filipino sweet treat, Risotto, Paella, Indian Basmati, Fried Rice, 
 
 

Culinary Journey

    A trip to Valencia, Spain...birthplace of one of the worlds most beloved dishes...Paella
 

Daniel Boulud
    A profile of one of the greatest chefs in the kitchen today 
    Recipes and menu items from his reknowned restaurant 
 
 

A BONACKER'S RECIPE FOR BUNKER 

In a large pot, boil the bunker with a brick and a good amount of salt. Cook slowly, about six hours. When done, discard the bunker and eat the brick. 

 

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