For the first time in my life, I didn’t go home for Christmas, so a certain young gentleman brought me home with him. It was a novel but very nice experience, to be welcomed in someone else’s home after years of doing the welcoming (my parents’ house tends to attract orphans and strays of the human persuasion). Ordinarily I would bring a gift of the single-malt persuasion, but S’s parents don’t drink. Once I brought them a gift box of Asian pears (S’s parents don’t eat meat) but learned from the puzzled looks that only Korean people do this. So I decided to make cookies. Since it was a holiday, I decided to make a variety of them.
- Ahi Tuna Alice Waters asparagus Baking BBQ Bell Peppers Berkeley Bok Choy Bread Broth Brunch Chez Panisse Chicken Chicken Broth Chicken Stock Chowdah Clam Clam Chowder Costco Curry Chicken Dumplings Dutch Oven Fish Fish Stock Flank Steak Fresh Pasta Garlic Grapes Gratin Green Beans Half and Half Hummus Linguine Marinating Mediterranean Mimosas Miso Mission Mozzarella Mushrooms Noodles Organic Soft Serve Our Finest Sour pancetta pasta Pho Pita Pizza Pork Potatoes Progressive Dinner Prosciutto Raisins Ramen Rib-Eye Rickhouse Risotto salad Sandwich Scalloped Shallots Shrimp SOC Soup St. Supery Steak Stock Sushi Tomatoes Versailles vinaigrette Wasabi Worcestershire Sauce Yakisoba Yogurt