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Pamela Vachon


Charcuterie 101

If cheese is milk's attempt at immortality, the same can be said for charcuterie and meat. The term “charcuterie” comes from the French term chair cuit, which literally translates to “cooked flesh,”...

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The History of Crêpes

Common as crêpes in France are, it never occurred to me while growing up that crêpes were typically not made in other Midwestern households in the 1980s and ‘90s. When the occasion presented itself...