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May 2011 - A Side of FryeA Side of Frye

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I personally believe there is no better way to celebrate Memorial Day weekend than with BBQs, sun, beach, and beer. Good ‘ole American fun. Other ideas for good ‘ole American fun? Grilled cheese sandwiches. Hot dogs. Pulled pork. All kinds of fantastic. Here are some recently consumed bomb diggity sandos to titillate¬†your taste buds. Food […]

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Parisienne is a term that can refer to a tool used for scooping balls of fruit or vegetables, or the balls themselves. They come in different sizes and range from about 1 to 3 centimeters. They’re frequently used to make pearls out of melon, potato, squash, etc. To pearl using a Parisienne scoop, press the […]

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The sun comes out and San Franciscans lose their ish. Seriously. When the thermometer creeps above 67 people sing and frolic in the streets. That being said, I am not above this behavior. We’ve had some beautiful days weeks past (we even reached EIGHTY! WOO!) which inspired the return of this quick and fresh lemon […]

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Baking cakes, quick breads, cookies, and other doughs often calls for a technique called creaming. This is a method where you beat sugar and fat together to incorporate tiny air bubbles into the batter for a light, airy finished product. Different forms of creaming will achieve different crumb structures. For quick breads (like Banana Bread, […]

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