I have recently started exploring the art of picture taking again after a 30 year hiatus. I bought a used Nikon D60 and a AF-S Zoom Nikkor 70 – 300mm f/4.5 – 5.6G IF_ED telephoto lens. Above is Copp’s Pond near my cabin in Tuftonboro, NH. Below is a Heron I startled and sent flying.
My tongue danced as I read through, Deep Flavor, No Browning Required. My training practically mandated the sear citing the same Maillard reaction. Many Chefs claimed that it must be done to seal the flavor in. Here’s a Google page about the Maillard reaction along the length of which I found some pretty interesting reading. [...]
Some years ago I was living near Killington, Vt. and attended an auction to benefit the Woodstock, Vt. animal shelter. ( No, That – was the other Woodstock.) But I digress. By that point in time I had been working as a Chef long enough to prove in any court that I was certifiably masochistic [...]
BOTTLED WATER – $.70 to $2.00 @bottle TAP WATER - .02 cents per GALLON IF YOU PAY $1 PER 16 OUNCE CONTAINER, BOTTLED WATER ADDS UP TO APPROX. $8 PER GALLON. Turn on the tap instead and save big money … and the environment. “…..if you’re a moderate water drinker who downs just one 16-ounce [...]
This painting is for sale She was the FIRST WOMAN to graduate from Columbia University. In 1883 Columbia President Frederick A. P. Barnard, an early champion of higher education for women, issued a call for New York area women interested in a higher education. Emily Cape was the single applicant. Ms. Palmer later became very [...]