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Entries by Kurt Michael Friese from 09/2010

Walnut Season Arrives (And a Recipe for Shiitake and Wild Black Walnut "Tartare")

| Posted 09.03.2010 | Food

If you are fortunate enough to have one or two of these magnificent trees in your neighborhood, this is the time of year when you want to be trying to beat the squirrels to the walnuts.

Coping with Tomato Overload

| Posted 09.08.2010 | Food

One becomes terrified that all these jewels will go to waste. Well take heart, gentle reaper; there is plenty that can be done with all that red, green and gold bounty.

LiveBlogging Day 1 of the Professional Foodwriters Symposium at the Greenbrier

| Posted 09.13.2010 | Food

DAY 1 - 13 Sep 2010 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Howdy all and welcome to the liveblog from the 20th Annual Food Writers Symposium at the Greenbrier Resort in ...

Liveblogging Day 2 of the Food Writers Symposium at the Greenbrier

| Posted 09.14.2010 | Food

DAY 2 - 14 Sep 2010 Day 1 Day 3 Day 4 Good morning again and welcome to the continued liveblog from the 2010 Professional Food Writers Symposium at ...

Liveblogging Day 3 of the Food Writers Symposium at the Greenbrier

| Posted 09.15.2010 | Food

DAY 3 - 15 Sep 2010 Day 1 Day 2 Day 4 Good morning again and welcome to the continued liveblog from the 2010 Professional Food Writers Symposium at ...

Liveblogging Day 4 of the Food Writers Symposium at the Greenbrier

| Posted 09.16.2010 | Food

DAY 4 - 16 Sep 2010 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Good morning again and welcome to the continued liveblog from the 2010 Professional Food Writers Symposium at ...

Dancing About Architecture: Discussing the Craft of Food Writing at the 20th Greenbrier Symposium

| Posted 09.20.2010 | Food

I'm aboard the Amtrak Cardinal, homeward bound from an enlightening week at the 20th annual Symposium for Professional Food Writers.

Pecan Pie from Scratch

| Posted 09.28.2010 | Food

Why "more truly American"? Well, OK it is true that the pumpkin is a "new world" fruit as well, but it is not originally from what is now the U.S., and the pecan most certainly is.