Welcome to the Non-Foodie! Is the title a lie? Why would a self-described non-foodie write a food blog? Being a non-foodie means that I might be happy if I could live on a diet of futuristic food pills and the occasional eclair if it would give me more time to write and read. But I do like experimenting with things in the kitchen so I’ve decided to explore the world of food and cooking, perhaps from a non-foodie’s perspective, and share what I learn along the way.
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Even a Non-Foodie may get excited about this online collection of historic American cookbooks!
The word “clotted” sounds kind of…off. But if you really want to serve your tea English-style, you need this fattening, heavy stuff. Serve it with scones and some preserves or lemon curd and, of course, some tea.
Well, not necessarily a guide, but an exploration. Who doesn't like food? I know one person who, perhaps, really doesn't and would rather just take a futuristic astronaut-style food pill. But most of us love food. But lots of it don't like to cook it. At the point...
Making steamed clams or mussels in wine isn’t really difficult to begin with, but I’m always looking for ways to use the Instant Pot, which makes the easy even easier.
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