Cooking, Recipes

Save the Season with a Little Help from Miss Kim’s Pickling Recipes!

The nip in the air is bracing. The leaves are turning red, orange, purple and gold. And as lovely as it all is, it also marks the end of summer and the impending close of the Ann Arbor Farmers Market for the season. Here in the Miss Kim kitchen, this change in the weather means […]

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Time to Make a Sandwich Tunisien?

This is one of my favorite summer foods, a great sandwich for picnics and pretty much any meal, really. Sandwich Tunisien is, as you might have already guessed from the name, THE sandwich of Tunisia! It is to the central part of the Southern Mediterranean what the pan bagnat would be in Provence on the north […]

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Hot Hungarian Bacon and Potato Salad Recipe

Ingredients: 1 lb Kolozsvari Bacon (available at Zingerman’s Deli) 1 lb Yukon Gold Potatoes, peeled and large diced 1 sweet onion, peeled and small diced 1 Tbsp White Wine Vinegar 2 tsp Sugar 1 1/2 tsp All Purpose Flour 1 tsp Salt A dash of Tellicherry Black Pepper Instructions: 1. Pre-heat oven to 400°F. 2. […]

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BAKE!, Cooking

Robyn Eckhardt Came to BAKE! and Made Us Meatballs and Cake

“A labor of love.” That’s how Robyn Eckhardt, describes the process of producing her new cookbook Istanbul and Beyond. A journalist by trade, Robyn and her husband, photographer David Hagerman (who took the gorgeous photos for the book), traveled throughout Turkey for 16 months in search of the country’s best food—along the way they met […]

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Guest Post: 6 Tips for Cooking Safely with Kids

This post is written by Daniel Sherwin, a Mail Order guest. Would you like to write something for the Zingerman’s Community blog? Let us know at [email protected]—title your email “Guest Blogger”. You love your children and want them safely out of harm’s way in one of the most potentially dangerous rooms in your house–the kitchen. […]

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