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Kids cooking in virtual cooking club on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Cooking club(s)… virtually!

Ah… it’s been a while since I shared posts about little hands cooking. Obviously with school moved to distance learning, cooking club in-person had to take a bit of a break 🙁 And now we’re nearly 6 weeks into this “new normal” (with 5 weeks of school to go), and I’m kind of settled into […]

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Sweet and spicy chicken drumsticks on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Sweet and spicy roasted chicken drumsticks

The focus for this year’s Food Revolution Day was about sharing the power of cooking, the benefits of cooking from scratch and, ultimately showing people that changing our food choices can make us both healthier and happier.  Instead of one official recipe as there has been in years past, this year, we had a set of […]

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David Lebovitz chicken lady chicken from My Paris Kitchen on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Chicken Lady Chicken from My Paris Kitchen

I’m always interested in a good roast chicken recipe. Over the past few years, I’ve tried a number of different versions – Dorie Greenspan’s “Hurry up and Wait” Roast Chicken, M Jacques Armagnac Chicken, Olive Oil Cornish Hens,  Roast Chicken for Les Paresseux, and of course, there’s the famous Mr Neil’s Roast Chicken which I […]

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French Fridays: Poulet Rôti

Poulet rôti. THE “fast food” to eat when in France. I mean, when your local market sells chickens like this, it’s hard to resist.. Look at those potatoes, roasting gloriously in the dripping chicken fat. Doesn’t sound so appealing when you put it like that but oh, it’s SO good.  I’m always thankful for the […]

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Dorie Greenspan Hurry up and Wait Roast Chicken on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays with Dorie: Hurry up and Wait Roast Chicken

This week’s French Fridays with Dorie recipe (Hurry up and Wait Roast Chicken, pp 202-203) is more a technique than a recipe.  Dorie follows the lead of Joël Robuchon and suggests roasting the bird at a high temperature (450˚F), starting it on one side, then turning it (on its other side, then on its back) […]

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Mr Neil’s roast chicken

This month’s Kitchen Bootcamp challenge was Chapter 20 of The Professional Chef “Grilling and Broiling, Roasting and Baking”.  I simply could not NOT post the recipe (well, it’s more a method than a recipe per se) for Mr Neil’s famous roast chicken.  For us, roast chicken is a simple staple meal – we have it […]

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