Cooking with Grace, Education, Food Artisans, Recipes, Specials

Vinegar: The Unsung Hero

The unsung hero of the culinary world is most certainly vinegar. Often undervalued and dismissed as unimportant, vinegar can be an afterthought when you’re cooking. In reality, it’s a secret weapon in your kitchen arsenal that helps unlock the subtle hidden flavors. Vinegar is, in my opinion, one of the best ways to add more […]

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Ari's Top 5, Camp Bacon, Cooking, Recipes

Make this great pasta recipe in anticipation of Camp Bacon!

To get you going for Camp Bacon and to share an advance taste of what’s in her new book, The Pasta Friday Cookbook, Allison Arevalo sent along a lovely recipe: Bucatini with Corn, Pancetta and Burrata! For the pasta, the bucatini from the Rustichella folks will work well (available at the Deli or Mail Order). Burrata—mozzarella […]

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Ari's Top 5, Cooking, Deli, Food Artisans, Mail Order, Recipes, Roadhouse

Martelli Maccheroni

Totally marvelous macaroni from Tuscany I taste a lot of new foods—I’m always sampling new stuff, experimenting at home, and eating in restaurants every time I go out of town. But, what really gets my attention is when something I’ve been eating, say, for decades, still blows my mind because it’s just so freaking good! […]

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Cooking, Good Food, Miss Kim, Recipes

Miso Butter Squash Recipe from Miss Kim

Our Miso Butter Squash is a guest favorite to rave about. A savory, buttery squash that melts in your mouth, it truly is one of the reasons we can say food is the answer to everything. When the US Army was stationed in Korea after the war, butter became more readily available and Koreans soon […]

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Cooking, Food Artisans, Miss Kim, Recipes

Stay Warm like a Korean Buddhist

  On one hand, I’m not a classically trained chef. On the other hand, being nerdy comes pretty naturally for me, so I get inspired and research a lot. That the research requires lots of eating, exploring and reading just makes it that much more of a joy. One of the major inspirations for Miss […]

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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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