Category Archives: my food

Yakitori

After cooking on chunked hardwood charcoal at my little brother’s in Bend I was hell bent on figuring out a charcoal solution for my extremely cramped back landing at my one bedroom apartment. I used some parts from my earthenware … Continue reading

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A Weekend In Pictures

This weekend I ventured to Bend to spend the weekend with my little brother and his wife. I love visiting the high desert, especially when the valley weather isn’t so good. For my bro and I it is simple, shoot … Continue reading

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Fresh Eggs

The other day I used the last of the recent batch of just laid eggs that my friend Gail hooked me up with. Fresh eggs from free range chickens taste dramatically better than your average store bought egg, and lend … Continue reading

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Outdoor Burger

Yesterday was so sunny and warm I just had to cook out side no matter what. I live in a second story walk up, with only a small front and back patio which is taken up mostly by my garden … Continue reading

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Just Laid Eggs

Not long ago I was working a location shoot that happened to be on my friend Gail Keller’s spread. Gail is the one that from time to time will gift me the precious eggs her hens lay. That day she … Continue reading

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Lunch Lift Me Up

We had such a sunny and beautiful weekend in Portland, yet on saturday running errands and frustrations of force du jour had me down. I decided the only thing that could save me was a light spring lunch, so I … Continue reading

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Pate En Croute

It had been a few weeks since I had done some serious cooking, like some expressive time consuming cooking. So I decided to go head long into a pate en croute, which according to Michael Ruhlman “is the most difficult … Continue reading

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