Posts Tagged “lowlife”

The Highlife for Lowlifes Guide to Cooking: Cast Iron Brussel Sprouts

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The Highlife for Lowlifes Guide to Cooking: Cast Iron Brussel Sprouts

Nothing is better than cast iron.

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The Highlife for Lowlifes Guide to Cooking: Coconut Rice Pudding

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The Highlife for Lowlifes Guide to Cooking: Coconut Rice Pudding

Year One: This recipe, a simple light pudding, marks the 12th installment of ‘The Highlife for Lowlifes Guide to Cooking’ and a full year of monthly installments with The Rochester Insomniac. It also brings with it the final installment in my kitchen of the past thirteen years as this month we will be moving to…

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Highlife for Lowlifes Guide to Cooking: Haluski

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Highlife for Lowlifes Guide to Cooking: Haluski

Finding Your Roots

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The Highlife for Lowlifes Guide to Cooking: Future Noodles

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The Highlife for Lowlifes Guide to Cooking: Future Noodles

Noodle dish for this months Highlife for the Lowlife.

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Highlife For The Lowlife Guide To Cooking: Coffee Tart

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Highlife For The Lowlife Guide To Cooking: Coffee Tart

Coffee Talk: I am a bit of a snob when it comes to coffee so what I have to say on the subject will undoubtedly rub some people the wrong way as snobbery of any kind tends to piss people off, and rightfully so. That being said, when it comes to coffee, you’re probably doing…

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The Highlife for Lowlifes Guide to Cooking: Chicken Tagine

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The Highlife for Lowlifes Guide to Cooking: Chicken Tagine

I had been fascinated by the exotic mystery of Moroccan food…

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The Highlife for Lowlifes guide to Cooking: Knives, Meat and Potatoes

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The Highlife for Lowlifes guide to Cooking: Knives, Meat and Potatoes

Knives Out: Knives are the single most important investment you can make as far as kitchen tools go. A good knife, properly maintained, will last you a lifetime. When I was 18 I was given a mis-matched handful of hand-me-down cheap knives from the 70’s that I muddled with for a few years, not knowing…

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