Profile of Cynthia Stone

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  • Sensational and sausage-free

    I know it’s true. Of course we should be eating fresh foods prepared well, and drinking water and rarely enjoying the risky treats. But dang it ...

  • Perfect pastries

    Foolproof PastryGood pastry is flaky and tender, golden brown and breaks rather than bends when you bite into it. Most cooks fail by overworking ...

  • Party of one

    Egg-in-the-Hole Breakfast for OneBacon, eggs, hash browns and toast make a wonderful weekend feast for friends and family, but on a cold Sunday ...

  • Anything but boiled

    Roasted New Potatoes and Garlic with Rosemary Balsamic GlazeNew potatoes haven’t had time for their starches to turn to sugar so they suck up a ...

  • A smaller Thanksgiving

    An excuse to cook something special can’t be squandered, however, so I’d like to propose a couple of festive alternatives that lack size but not ...

  • World-class sandwiches

    Sandwiches, on the other hand, are often the most accessible treat a country can offer up, whether or not we ever get there in person.Given the ...

  • Blessed vegetables

    If you are still puzzled, I’m talking about the cabbage family, which includes cauliflower, brussels sprouts, broccoli, bok choy and a whole host ...

  • Last cod for this year

    Cod fillet in ginger lime glazeCod’s delicacy is easily overtaken by intense flavours but a gentle hand adding just the right amount of what ...

  • Berry blue

    Once that first sweet spoonful goes down we can start to consider what other deliciousness awaits us in the kitchen.Fluffy blueberry pancakes ...

  • Sliding into fall

    Now that we can buy small-sized buns it’s more convenient. But even if you only have regular ones why not quarter them to make your own minis? ...