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Bannock

Bannock

Over the span of history, the desire to explore – to wander – to discover new places… this has been a driving force in many of mankind’s greatest accomplishments. Of course, in order to do so, there must be provisions; food for the trip! Salted meats and fishes prevailed on sea journeys, whereas waybreads, dried [...]

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Links I Like: Dry-Fried Szechuan Chicken, and Szechuan Eggplant

At one of my recent jobs as a software engineer, here in tech-heavy suburban Boston, I had a few coworkers – let’s call them Fans of the Spicy (FOTS).  One of these jovial nutters had a half-dozen small bottles of hot sauce on his desk, which he’d bring to lunch every day, to jazz up [...]

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Apple Tart, with Gandalf's "G" Rune

Apple Tart Recipe, with Gandalf’s Rune

The most iconic food moment of The Hobbit is the Unexpected Party, where Bilbo’s comfortable hobbit-hole is beset by a small horde of hungry dwarves.  Once the thirteen dwarves have arrived, they proceed with no undue haste to request what can comfortably be considered a significant portion of Bilbo’s (well-stocked) pantry. “… I hope there [...]

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