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Not Eating Out in NY

Not Eating Out in NY

Author Cathy Erway: "I like to cook. I like to discover new ingredients, dishes, and techniques, and learn to cook them. I don’t always do a good job of it, and I haven’t had any formal culinary training. From September 2006–September 2008, I went AWOL from eating...

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Not Eating Out in NY

Author Cathy Erway: "I like to cook. I like to discover new ingredients, dishes, and techniques, and learn to cook them. I don’t always do a good job of it, and I haven’t had any formal culinary training. From September 2006–September 2008, I went AWOL from eating...

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Cascadian Kitchen

Cascadian Kitchen

The Cascadian Kitchen is a collection of culinary play. It is designed for those with an adventurous spirit in the kitchen, for those with curiosity of the world, and for those with gastronomic intrigue.

The recipes and stories are inspired by the Pacific Northwest, my lifelong home. I often feature seasonal and wild ingredients. In some cases, I write about the history and identity of some of those ingredients.

My name is Brian. I have been a cook, a caterer, and a kitchen manager. I live in Seattle.

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CenterCut Cook

CenterCut Cook

Hi! My name is Ashley and I am the author and photographer behind CenterCutCook. Welcome! I have no culinary training whatsoever, and do not claim to be an expert. I do, however, enjoy cooking and love experimenting with new recipes and taking photos of my creations. Sometimes the recipes I cook turn out to be a flop. Other times they turn out better than I ever expected, and those are the recipes I share here.

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Eat Outside The Bag

Eat Outside The Bag

I started this blog as a place to put all my recipes and food related posts from Chiot’s Run. You’ll find recipes, links to articles, how-to’s, information about ingredients, cookbooks and all things food. I’m an advocate of REAL food!

What is REAL food? Food that doesn’t come in a box, isn’t made in a factory and as close to it’s natural form, and hopefully purchased from the farmer/producer that made/grew/raised it. Food that’s free from preservatives and chemicals, food that’s been around for hundreds/thousands of years, food that’s nourishing for your body, your soul and your community!

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For media and press inquiries, please contact author Mi Ae Lipe.