Monthly Archives: November 2010

On the Side: Balsamic Garlic & Herb Roasted Sunchokes

Autumn side dishes frequently are buried in cream sauces, and with the Holidays upon us, healthier eating while using seasonal foods can be a challenge. Sunchokes, also known as Jerusalem artichokes, are in season now and are often prepared in … Continue reading

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SF Food Examiner

My latest blog post on Examiner.com is up. http://www.examiner.com/fashion-trends-in-san-francisco/warmth-from-the-inside-cauliflower-pancetta-gruyere-gratin

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365_207, originally uploaded by kitchenbeard. In my kitchen

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Pear and Almond Tart

My latest is up at Examiner.com. Sure, it’s a little bit of a recycled post from this time last year, but it’s a good recipe. http://www.examiner.com/fashion-trends-in-san-francisco/peal-and-almond-tart-a-new-tradition

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365_206, originally uploaded by kitchenbeard. Late night job hunting. It’s a been a long day with some challenges and some successes. I’m ready for bed but still feel the need to look at listings for a little while.

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New adventures in blogging.

I’m happy to announce that starting today I will be blogging as the San Francisco Food Examiner on Examiner.com. My first post is up and I’d love to hear your thoughts. I’ll posting recipes and food related posts with an … Continue reading

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365_206, originally uploaded by kitchenbeard. I some times regret that I never tried to be a dancer…..

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365_205, originally uploaded by kitchenbeard. I’ve been feeling really tired lately, despite not really doing anything too exerting. Naps are suddenly an important part of my day even of they only last for 20 minutes. Today’s nap is an important … Continue reading

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Carrot and Currant Salad with Ginger Vinaigrette

I had a large carrot sitting around that I needed to use up. It would have been easy to stand around the kitchen eating peanut butter out of a jar with it, but I wanted to do more. Making the … Continue reading

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