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Wednesday
Jul282010

Buy Large, Cook Small

By Lori Powell

So I thought I would chat about buying things that can be turned into just one or two bites – not in terms of a snack, but items that you can purchase in larger quantities (cheaper) and store for cooking later.

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Monday
Jul262010

Hot-Cooked Rice? So nice!

By Sandy Hu

You might think that rice is in my blood, in my veins. But you would be wrong.

As a kid, I was a mashed potatoes girl. And it’s only as I developed an appreciation of food and cooking that I learned to appreciate rice – the firm little morsels with just a little bite, that when chewed slowly, develop a sweetness that fills the mouth with flavor.

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Thursday
Jul222010

Simple Roast Chicken

By Andrew Hunter

There’s something special about a roast chicken – simple yet perfect. It’s a right of passage for chefs; roasting chicken is often a test for chefs who are “auditioning” for a position in fine kitchens around the world.

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Wednesday
Jul212010

One or Two Bites

By Lori Powell

There is a cut of beef that is so delicious and is becoming more available in national grocery stores that I need to share with you. Hanger steak is a boneless cut of beef that hangs between the rib and the short loin that is connected and supports the diaphragm.

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Monday
Jul192010

A Special Fork Summer Party

By Sandy Hu

In the midst of our preparation to go to Thailand and Hong Kong, we decided to throw a Special Fork party to thank the people who have helped us develop the beta version of our mobile website. David, my son, co-founder and CEO of Special Fork, wants to build a company with good values – one that appreciates the contributions of the people who help us succeed, and when we are successful, to compensate them equitably.

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