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TGRWT#21 Sage and Roasted Peanuts – My Dish

The blog Humbling Attempts at Creativity is hosting the current round of TGRWT, a cooking exercise devised by Martin Lersch through his blog: Khymos, designed to pair possibly disparate-seeming ingredients using a pairing profile that predicts compatibility between […]

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TGRWT#20 Sage and Roasted Peanuts

TGRWT #21 is up over at the blog Humbling Attempts at Creativity. The intriguing combo is sage and roasted peanuts. Click the link for more details and put your culinary thinking caps on!


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TGRWT#20 Pumpkin & Cooked Chicken Round-Up

“Pues me dio calabazas” is an
idiomatic expression that I learned in high school Spanish. It
literally translates into “she gave me pumpkins,” which really
means that she blew me off. Despite that rather negative association,
I have always been fond of […]

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TGRWT #20: Pumpkin and Cooked Chicken

OK, I am more than a little embarrassed, but because I didn't fully understand how the Food Pairings Website  worked, I initially chose a combination that I thought was within bounds – pumpkin and lemongrass. While I feel that the […]

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TGRWT #18: A Basic Approach

What the hell is TGRWT18, one might ask. TGRWT stands for "They go really well together" and represents a project started by the Norwegian blogger Martin Lersch of Khymos to explore unusual flavor pairings that have a basis in science. […]

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