Gazette 11/2014

Another month without a recipe, but I’ve been busy finishing the Chriskitch Cookbook. This has not stopped me reading however so there is still lots to share. The best discovery this month is the Food Section of The Fresno Bee. Good stuff, really, as well as sound advice. I will not be defrosting the Turkey with an electric blanket.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

FOOD POLITICS

Does the Messenger Matter – The Splendid Table

Fight Poverty, Not Cooking – NYT

The Drought: One California Town Completely Dry – AlterNet

Living with GMO‘s – A Letter from America – The Ecologist

Companion to Food History book – Marion Nestle

Working Parents in the Kitchen – NYT

British Goat Cheese Secretly Made from Non-Goat’s Milk – Modern Farmer

How I Calculate Recipe Costs Jack Monroe

Death for FoodKPBS

Global Importance of Urban AgricultureBBC 

 

HOLIDAY SPECIAL: BAD THANKSGIVING RECIPES

No Bake Pumpkin CustardGreatist 

Pumpkin Pie Reconfigured as CanoliThe Grand Island Independent 

Cranberry Relish – commdiginews

Pumpkin Chocolate Brie Grilled Cheese – twopeasandtheirpod

Peanut Butter Leftover Turkey Sandwich – ilovepeanutbutter.com

Green Bean PoutineMacon.com

 

MISC THANKSGIVING

Best Turkey Recipe Showdown – Epicurious 

Vintage Thanksgiving Recipes from Duke’s Cookbook Archives – wunc.org

NFL Thanksgiving Survival Guide – cbssports.com

Turkey Hotline Numbers – The Fresno Bee

Marshmallows on Sweet Potatoes – NPR

 

OTHER STUFF

British Food Not So Bland After All – myjournalcourier.com

Food Production, Khmer style – thereshesgoneagain

The Kitchen of Judith Jones, Cookbook Editor – WSJ

Cookbooks Through the Ages – The Telegraph

Wine, Sugar and France – Cambridgeblog

A Taste of a Soldier’s Daily Mealkyivpost.com

What Should You Do With All Your Old SpicesThe Guardian

 

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