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Fresh update on " year" discussed on Food and Wine
"Favorite chapter. Where your stocking the freezer with the building blocks for meals you can make in the future. I love that. Yeah, it's such good inspiration. Such good stuff before we Cook and get into the recipes. I was surprised with all due respect to see from one comrade to another that in your intro you mentioned using only salted butter. And I had to ask why? And please note that I have read the book cover to cover. Happily, happily, Uh um salted butter for me is Well, it's a couple of things. First of all, it's what most people have around. And one of my real big goals. It was my recipes is I don't want you to hold got to go and get something different. Something special that you're going to use some of and then not use the rest of That really makes me crazy. Yes. So it's what most people who have better in the house. They most people by itself. It's better. I have also found that unless you're making something quite specific in Beijing, specifically like buttercream You do not have to use unsalted butter. And the final reason is when I am having toast or crackers or, um, corn on the cob. Uh, I like the taste of salt is better. Better. Better. Better. Butter. Better better makes everything better. So does bacon and beer and you can pick many other bees. You know, it's interesting. I mean, we could have a very long In depth culinary conversation about salted versus unsalted butter, and I really took it in reading through your recipes as it was a good shortcut. You know, it gives you a boost of seasoning and then you adjust accordingly. And I really never thought about it. From that perspective. I have always been an advocate of unsalted butter so that you can regulate the salt. And season to your own palette. And I 100% agree with that as well. Um, and it's just in that I've been doing recipe development for home cooks for over a decade. Long time. I Yeah, I just don't ever want somebody to have to buy a special ingredient just to make my rescue. It makes great sense. Yeah, it makes great sense. I mean, and who doesn't love salted butter? It's flavorful and tasty and spread it, please. Okay. What do you crave at this time of year as we enter into fall before we cook, because I've selfishly chosen the recipes that I can't wait to make from each chapter. Um, but what's on your menu to do list? Well tonight. It's a cool day here where I live. And tonight we are having chili. Just a classic slow cooker chili. And at this time of year, you know, where is that? That transition back to school time. Very different this year. Of course, sure, Still that that time it always feels like the kind of second new year of the year And that's when I started craze, the more casserole types of dishes, you know, more slower cooks things. And so that's where I am at the same time at this time of year. It is peak season for farmers market, So we still have the most incredible peaches and plums. We have apples coming in. The pairs are coming in. Um, we still have beautiful fairies. And it's just as if every single garden erupting and everything's the nominal. So at the same time as I'm moving towards those casseroles and slow cooks I'm still trying to eat as much fresh fruit with Angela possibly can know. And I think comfort food has always been your forte. And those fresh ingredients can still be homey and warm and rustic while still embracing the peak of the season. I mean, there's something lovely about protein with peaches. And I love that You're using smoked paprika to smoked paprika is my go to if you want. Yes, Yes, It's one of my nine essential spices because I find it so useful, And it's so unique. Okay, wait, wait,.
"nineteen forty two eighteen year" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"In miami in late nineteen forty two where she met her first love do we know about flying tigers pilot named major matt gordon junior who station in nearby homes that air for air reserve base had just been built earlier that year he shortly sent overseas fighting world war two and elizabeth began to correspond with them reportedly sending him twenty seven letters in the first eleven days he was gone she was in love or at least in last year's infatuated then elizabeth mom got a letter is well from elizabeth not so dead but for sure deadbeat father cleal late nineteen forty two eighteen year old phoebe row sorry age and you're a phoebe where win that elizabeth is eighteen years old he received a letter apology from her presumed deceased east husband which revealed he was in fact still alive they just run away to start a new life in california where you say in that letter after all these years right just what twelve years later hello phoebe it's cleo lesson about the whole making and things looked like a jump off a bridge i'm sure you're still upset by that and i get it i get it first off thank you for the funeral i heard you read a loving tribute about me second sorry about leaving you and other five young daughters high and dry doing the worst financial time nation's history i feel terrible for weeks a third and the real reason why this letter pot pot has been picking up none of their economy is recover and i was wondering do you still have that old wouldn't chester mind they kept in the cellar had a lot of valuable mini golf blueprints inside is there any way you could send me those blueprints in of course you know say hi to the girls and how come pat on the back whenever kids were into but the blueprints please send s h p if you do have them saying stall you the best i'll be here send money once up and running again i'll take care of yeah junior college something don't you worry but he went back to a win phoebe told elizabeth her dad with alive elizabeth warren to reconcile with her father the father who district twelve years before father had missed out on basically her entire childhood in parental bonds they are so strong even when parents are complete piece of shit a clear wasn't casey anthony joseph rental whistle bad but he was far from good in december of nineteen forty two elizabeth moved in with their newly resurrected dateable california about thirty miles north of san francisco an after just a few weeks of what it described as various disagreements cleo has the balls to kick her out the guy who faked his own death to get out of rage and elizabeth enter sisters couldn't hang for one fucking months after getting a second chance histories little murky on the exact pilot timeline of this happening this report is a january of nineteen forty three also report is mid year of nineteen forty three either way elizabeth had figure out new ways living around now in california when clearly later questioned after elisabeth murder he was living in l eight at the time of her death working as a refrigerator repairman he said i last saw my daughter elisabeth three years ago and vallejo california i ever tuna dollars and she came out from massachusetts she can deliver mainly how would you spend all their time running around you suppose we keep the house for me so i made her leave i didn't want anything to do with her or the rest of the family then i wish through it all of it is such a piece of shit a boot cleo after banning your entire family twelve years later you don't like how you're daughters keeping your house clean after a few weeks do you wanna say she's eighteen of course he's running around you fucking piece of shit when the going gets tough clearly got this is what he said to investigators no corn about oh my god my poor baby if only i would have been there forever only ever been a decent dad maybe she's still be alive and people just terrible a two years later clear will be out of my the debts within adult size club near the small wooden bridge between eleven and twelve holes of the putt putt course he just finished in bakersfield i wish he actually until nineteen sixty seven indict age of eighty one a in january of nineteen forty three elizabeth had applied for a job.