I don’t understand why, but bulk chicken wings are difficult to find in the supermarkets. The French must have some sort of “chicken wing terrine” that gobbles up all the available chicken wings but only seasonally ”Not the chicken wing … Continue reading →
Latest Food Blogs from Cooking in Sens
Pack out was a nightmare but it’s done. I wisely went to the vet and got some drugs for Jessie and so she had a very laid back train trip from Stuttgart to Sens. I-do-not-understand what happens when I put my … Continue reading →
2 years ago when we were in this apartment, I would frequent a small butcher shop down the street. For old times sake I decided to pay him a window shopping visit and, refusing to consider the duck parts still … Continue reading →
Yesterday I went back to the house to get the 2 packages of duck legs, good butter, Jean Louis’ duck breasts, foie gras slices and assorted fish from the remaining refrigerator freezer. I took some other things out of the freezer … Continue reading →
Well, we’re back in the tajine killing stove apartment again . German baby back ribs braised at home. Yes! Take out noodles from Ha Long, Stuttgart. Non!
I think the Dog gave me this idea. I don’t have any cannellini beans in the pantry. I’ve got 2 kinds of hominy and chickpeas. In addition, normally I would have used duck legs instead of duck breasts for the … Continue reading →
This breakfast/brunch hash was directly inspired by Frugal Feeding’s Potato and Chorizo Salad. I found some Italian sausage in the freezer (there could be more) that I wanted to move on before I go back to the duck :) Italian … Continue reading →
Time to start moving some of this duck onward. Remember the time I served my husband skinless chicken breasts 3 days running before he noticed? Well, I’ve got more than 3 days worth of duck legs and breasts, let’s see … Continue reading →
I have an emotionally challenging week coming up and with all the stress of the big things, I seem to need to pile on petty, little, peevish, inconsequential irritants. Like rice in burritos. I think by focusing on the “rice … Continue reading →
What was I thinking!? Of course I took advantage of the superior and varied food selection in France, bringing shopping bags and packed coolers with me when I came to the house in Germany. But why was I so … Continue reading →
No rice Just sayin.