Food Traditions: The Polish Donut

Paczki, pronounced poon-ch-key, are deep fried dough in a spherical shape filled with confiture (fancy speak for jam). ¬†And, yes, at first glance, it looks like a jelly donut. Paczki is a Polish pastry commonly eaten on Fat Thursday and Fat Tuesday. THE BACKSTORY: Basically, before the traditional fasting between Ash Wednesday and Easter, what…

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The Beauty that Remains

Wrapping ourselves in the comfort of home is the perfect opportunity to cook, bake, and ground in our surroundings.

The New Age of Cast Iron

Cast iron is famed for even heat distribution, durability and sear potential. Known as one of the very best cooking surfaces life has to offer, it is hard to believe cast iron can be improved upon. With a deep respect for craftsmanship and tradition, these makers are ushering in a new age of cast iron.…

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