How I Taught My Brother To Cook

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John inspired me - stuffed red peppers and asparagus!

I added my photo of my stuffed red peppers. I used what was in my fridge - fresh sage, squash, fresh chopped tomato, chopped rehydrated tomato in oil, capers, some parmesan flat bread broken into pieces,& cottage cheese. I made the asparagus with a bit of oil & water in a saute pan. I roasted the peppers and stuffed them and put them atop some fresh mushrooms, above a base of freshly made brown rice. I finished it off with some vanilla soy and baked it till hot. I served it with a… Continue

Posted on February 24, 2009 at 7:54pm — 1 Comment

A most enjoyable evening with John and Nancy

Andy and I were the ones that John and Nancy had over last night. The evening was magical with one of the best meals I have had since being in Italy years ago. The soup was creamy, not heavy and delectable. The duck was tender & moist with a hint of orange. The asparagus were perfect and ever so slender. We had brought a Brunello that was the perfect pairing for the entree. John cooked and served at a wonderfully leisurely pace that remained with me today. The staging really allowed each of… Continue

Posted on January 24, 2009 at 9:55pm — 3 Comments

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At 7:12am on January 25, 2009, John Barrows said…
Thanks for jumping on board our cooking network! You and Andy are the perfect guests - you liked what I cooked :-)
At 3:34am on March 2, 2009, Laura said…
Here in France I can find different kind of flour (as its very fashion to make your own bread !). So, the multigrain flour I use as several grains like wheat, buckwheat, sunflower seed ... But I don't make the dough with only multigrain, I make it 2/5 multigrain 3/5 white flour. Other time, I can make farmhouse bread or wholemeal bread ... it depends of my mood !
When you start to make bread ... you can't stop it ! Its so good.
Hope I answered to your question.
At 5:02am on March 5, 2009, Patrick said…
Thanks for getting your clan members to join. It appears you are on a bread making rampage. Please put some pictures up of your creations.

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