Argentinian beef stew in banana squash It was a big squash. Recipe and commentary from The Big Food Manual and Survivalist Flourishing Guide This one came from a California cook book I got in the mid 1980s for subscribing to the L.A. Times. (I was a naïve graduate student at the time, which explains why
Croquembouche, from The Creative Cooking Course (1982), edited by Charlotte Turgeon, Weathervane Books, New York, p223 Mr. Big Food has just finished the desserts section in The Creative Cooking Course, a cookbook that weighs seven pounds. By the time he’s finished with the book, he’ll have spent nearly a year working through every page, culling
A dear old friend once commented that we “have a lot of crappy old stuff.” True. Our Big Life is filled with crappy old stuff– especially books. From one old cookbook: The Meal Planner’s Creed from The Modern Family Cookbook by Meta Given (J. G. Ferguson Publishing Company, Chicago. 1958. p2) Question. Why do authors
An SEC tailgate at which we bar-b-qued 260 pieces of chicken. This is big BIG food! Let me walk you through the photo. The guy in the white shirt is Mr. Big Food, and the very proud owner of all three grills. Two of the grills– guess which one?– our local welding guy, Jesse, made.