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The Food Party!

By Laura Stec

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About this blog: I've been attracted to food for good and bad reasons for many years. From eating disorder to east coast culinary school, food has been my passion, profession & nemesis. I've been a sugar addict, a 17-year vegetarian, a food and en...  (More)

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Frozen Grapes?
Jul 31, 2019 7:39 am
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The dog days of summer are headed our way, with hot days and long nights. If it gets a bit too toasty for you, here’s a summer snack everyone loves –... More
Tame, Maim and Claim the Wild Sea Vegetable
Jul 22, 2019 7:51 am
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The hunt started early, but not as early as the mushroom forage did. Actually,... More
Goodbye Food Waste!
Jul 14, 2019 11:45 am
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40% of all the food in the U.S. is thrown out, and the average America throws away 1/4 of the food they buy.

Learn how to reduce your food waste with the San... More
Summer Cooking Classes - Free!
Jul 8, 2019 11:20 am
Comments: 0 | Views: 3,148


San Mateo County Libraries are sponsoring a free series of 1-hour cooking classes, taught by yours truly. Contact the individual library to RSVP. Join us and learn... More
4th of July Snacks
Jun 30, 2019 9:46 am
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Here's a perfect, easy snack for the upcoming holiday. Make each individual strawberry into it's own snack, or cut in half to make the carton go farther.

Happy... More
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