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A Girl With Morels: Risotto

Opening the box is one of my favorite moments. First, I stick my nose inside and smell morels’ concentrated fragrance. Then, I admire the variety of their shapes and shades and let their aroma to slowly fill my kitchen. “Into the woods — It’s time, and so I must begin my journey!”

May 16, 2015
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Picnics, cowboys, and radishes

Spread a thin layer of miso compound butter on Central Market’s Seedsation bread, layer thinly sliced radishes or/and cucumbers, and compose sandwiches. Take this sandwiches, your family and friends, and go to admire bluebonnets in Pace Band Park. Don’t forget your camera!

April 12, 2015
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Strawberry Fields Forever

The more varieties of different greens you mix, the better the taste. Adding arugula is highly recommended. Add sunflower and sweet pea sprouts/micro greens. This salad is not sweet. It is neither sour, nor it is salty. It tastes like a fountain of spring freshness!

March 29, 2015
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When life gives you lemons…

“Lemon is a love fruit, but should be mixed with sugar for maximum results. Lemon pies, the British lemon curd, and lemon puddings are all love-inducing. Women once served lemon pies to their husbands to keep them home at night.”

March 8, 2015
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Pumpkin Seed Oil “Burrata”

I used Austrian pumpkin seed oil to flavor my modernist “burrata” appetizers. This oil is a culinary specialty from southern Austria, Styria. It adds beautiful green color and amazingly reach nutty flavor.

January 13, 2015
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Ossetian Pies

Ossetian pies are a culinary phenomenon. People taste them once and crave for the rest of their lives.

January 7, 2015
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