Best Food Reading for 01/12/2017

https://www.cooksillustrated.com/recipes/4026-best-french-onion-soup?extcode=NSFBA11ZZ&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=photo&utm_content=frenchonionsoup&utm_campaign=cifacebook “With too many onion soups, digging through a layer of congealed cheese unearths a disappointing broth that just doesn’t taste like onions. The ideal French onion soup combines a satisfying broth redolent of sweet caramelized onions with a slice of toasted baguette and melted cheese. We wanted a foolproof…

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Best Food Reading for 12/31/2015

Poutine Recipe | SAVEUR “The province’s gastronomic achievements may reach dizzying heights, but Quebec may forever be known as the place where poutine began. An unabashedly savory collage of french-fried potatoes, beef gravy, and squeaky-fresh cheese curds, poutine is perhaps the ultimate late-night snack. This recipes comes to us from…

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Best Food Reading for 12/11/2015

7 Showstopping Prime Rib Roasts to Make for Christmas | Food & Wine “A tender, juicy prime rib roast is the perfect Christmas dinner centerpiece. Not only will it be the most impressive (and delicious) thing on the table, but it’s also easy to make.” tags: f christmas prime Classic…

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Best Food Reading for 12/04/2015

How to Make Perfect Potato Latkes Every Time | Epicurious.com “Potatoes, onions, and schmaltz, oy vey! We fried dozens of latkes to create this Hanukkah miracle recipe.” tags: f potato Screaming Eagle Cheese-Steak Sub Recipe – NYT Cooking “Every college has one: some kind of nasty-fantastic amalgam of cheese and…

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Best Food Reading for 11/05/2015

How to Understand and Enjoy Cheesesteaks | Lucky Peach “Philadelphia and cheesesteaks: two nouns synonymous in the annals of our national culinary lore. Popular history goes that sometime in the 1930s, Pat and Harry Olivieri operated a hot dog cart in South Philly, one that would soon become Pat’s King…

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Best Food Reading for 10/31/2015

Hungarian Casino Egg Salad | The Splendid Table “This egg salad supposedly originated with a chef who cooked for European royalty before a stint at the National Casino in Budapest, Hungary. Odds are you won’t find this delicious dish on any Las Vegas or Atlantic City menu, but it is…

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Best Food Reading for 09/14/2015

Cajun Shrimp Stew With Potatoes “Authentic Cajun dishes typically include three important ingredients, bell peppers, onions and celery. These are combined with aromatic herbs and spices such as cayenne, bay leaf, black pepper and parsley. This creates a distinctive flavor which has now become unique to Cajun cooking. The main…

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Best Food Reading for 09/13/2015

French Bread Pizzas With Ricotta, Roasted Tomatoes, and Pesto Recipe | Epicurious.com “Creamy ricotta cheese, herby pesto, and roasted cherry tomatoes give these French bread pizzas bright flavor and a fresh look.” tags: f french bread pizza Butter Chicken Recipe – NYT Cooking “In its purest form, it is yogurt-and-spice-marinated…

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Best Food Reading for 08/28/2015

SAVEUR Basics: How to Make Compound Butter | SAVEUR “That’s why we love compound butters. Anything you can imagine—herbs, zests, salts, seaweed, cheeses, chiles, jerky, syrups, fruit—can be incorporated into this instant condiment. Depending on the ingredients, compound butters will keep for a very long time in the fridge, and…

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Best Food Reading for 08/25/2015

Inside the Maple Syrup Beat: Reporter’s Notebook – The New York Times “Until I wrote about a very unusual robbery three years ago, I really did not know much about the industry that produces most of the syrup bottled by Maple Joe and other processors around the world. It is,…

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Best Food Reading for 08/22/2015

A Craft Beer Lover’s Guide to America | Food & Wine “With Portland, Oregon, as their epicenter, America’s genius brewers are opening new tasting rooms, taprooms and massive beer gardens. Here, exciting updates in the craft-beer movement.” tags:f craft beer america food This Man Is Making Kimchi Taste Like Bourbon…

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What I’m Reading on 05/31/2015

Bruce Springsteen Releases New Sci-Fi Concept Album About Struggles Of Poor Miners Working On Mars – The Onion – America’s Finest News Source “After more than a year of writing and recording, Bruce Springsteen released his 18th studio album Tuesday, a concept record titled Red Dust that explores the everyday…

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General Reading for 08/06/2013

IBM’s Irv Lustig on Taking CAP Exam – YouTube “IBM‘s Irv Lustig was one of the first INFORMS members to take the new INFORMS CAP (Certified Analytics Professional) exam. In this interview recorded at the 2013 INFORMS Analytics Conference in San Antonio, Irv shares his view on taking the exam,…

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On highly customizing that open source code

Several weeks ago at OSBC I posed a serious of “hard questions” about open source software. They weren’t meant to demean it, of course, but were really to say that software for the enterprise needs to be held to very high standards, whether it open source or traditional. One of…

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