Here's a look back at March of last year. What were we cooking, eating, drinking, and talking about a year ago this week? Well, there was a very popular kitchen tour with David Lebovitz in Paris. There was a two-part guide on how to grow your own sprouts, a visit to a charming farm in Ohio, flower power stoves, gooey muffins, a trip through food in novels, a slow-cooked brisket, meals for weeknights, and more.
Posts pictured above are in bold below.
• A visit to Red Sun Farm in Loveland, Ohio. Chickens and all!
• Slow-cooked brisket and onions, the perfect Friday night meal.
• Last March was Hungry Reader Month. Here's a look at the food in The Time Traveler's Wife.
• An interview with Gordon Edgar, cheesemonger of Rainbow Grocery.
• How to cook and eat cardoons.
• Add height to buffet table displays with IKEA.
• Another weeknight meal: Southwest skillet ragu.
• A visit to David Lebovitz's Paris kitchen. This tiny kitchen is where he tests all the recipes for his wonderful books.
• What are your favorite food scenes in classic novels?
• Try these! Almond muffins with gooey fig centers.
• Hot or Not: Floral Ranges by Rangemaster - Flower power stoves.
• Anna's Sleek Black and White - A bright yet dramatic modern kitchen.
• Quick dinner: Farfalle with cauliflower and toasted breadcrumbs.
• Need a new lunchbox? Try this Mr. Bento Stainless Lunch Jar.
These are just a few of the posts published a year ago this week. To look through all the posts, visit the archive: March 9-16, 2008