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Audrey Luk

Spaghetti

I consider myself gifted when it comes to gift giving, but this past Valentine’s Day, I was stumped. So I decided to make my fiancé the best version of spaghetti and meatballs I could muster. It’s one of my favorite dishes and I’d actually never made it for him before. Spaghetti and meatballs made from scratch takes time, and it is well worth the effort to buy the freshest ingredients possible. [Read more...]

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There’s only so much consoling one can do over Gchat. I decided to escalate my efforts to help my friend get over a recent breakup by preparing her Dolores’ Brokenhearted Chicken, a recipe I’d bookmarked as soon as I read… [Read more...]

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Nouveau Goat Cheese Salad

“A highway tunnel in Norway will be shut down for several weeks after being damaged by blank.”

The only fill-in I could think of was impossible. Whenever I think of Norwegian transport being clogged I recall an image I saw of an orca squeezing through a municipal fjord (Google can’t find the picture in my mind). The answer was flaming goat cheese. Twenty-seven tons of Brunost to be exact. Those poor Norwegians, I thought as I made my way to Sacramento. [Read more...]

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The mixture of sage, mint, parsley, panko and golden raisins that I rolled into a butterflied leg of lamb

Hold on to that feeling – the feeling that you can eat and drink what you want; the feeling that wine is meant to be savored; the feeling that you deserve that fancy meal. These are all ideas that go… [Read more...]

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“Let’s get a case!” my fiancé exclaimed. This is his highest accolade for any wine. The wine that caused such excitement was an Italian Sauvignon Blanc we drank at Campo di Fiori, an absolute gem of a Roman osteria in… [Read more...]

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