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Archive for December, 2016

Mushroom Broth Ingredients and..What is Paleo, Anyway?

As I’ve mentioned, I like to cook free-style, so while I always use certain basic ingredients in my broths–I have a double-batch simmering away in my giant slow cooker at this very moment–I almost never follow exact measurements when making this kind of food.  

For mushroom broth, I use: several large onions, with the peels removed, chopped in quarters.  I add carrots, celery, a few bay leaves, fresh thyme, black peppercorns, and flavored salt–I love the alderwood-smoked variety.  Then I add three or four different varieties of mushroom–Marco Carnora’s “Brodo” cookbook calls for cremini, shiitake, and dried porcini, and his

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This Week’s Winners

Our winners this week are: Alisa Boisclair and Cari.  Each of you will be receiving an autographed copy of my latest books.

A new contest begins now.  As usual, two winners will be chosen at random, notified by Jen, announced on the blog next Monday, and will each receive an autographed book.

I was so into my new book today that I didn’t even remember to EAT until around 3:00pm–I didn’t even feel hungry.  This might be because I’m eating Paleo these days–and, no, I’m not quitting Weight Watchers.  I really need the support and accountability of the weekly meetings,

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