Monthly Archives: October 2010

Gastronimcally outrageous dinner at Wylie Dufresne’s wd~50

The day has arrived. After years of admiring Chef Wylie Dufresne and his molecular gastronomy, A-Tooch made it to foodie paradise, wd~50. Boyfriend made the reservations three weeks in advance and we STILL could only get slotted in for 10:30 p.m. No matter though, I saved my appetite all day and the place was still [...]
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Not yo’ average nachos

Whoever began to categorize nachos under “appetizer” needs to be clued in — nachos are the dinner of the future. Well, not exactly, but A-Tooch has been known to whip up a good hefty portion for a meal. Think about it — a good plate of nachos will have quite a few of your important [...]
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Bristol Lounge Dinner

Miss Yunks had the pleasure of dining at the Bristol Lounge in the Four Seasons hotel with her parents.  I hadn’t been here in a very long time, pre-vegetarian days! I remember eating steak here and loving it and I remember the biggest dessert buffet ever.  Unfortunately to this dinner, the dessert buffet is Saturday [...]
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Cabot Serious Snacking Cheese and Recipe

Cabot Creamery contacted TFAW and asked if we’d like to sample their new product: Serious Snacking reduced fat cheddar cheese. Complimentary cheese? Of course we said yes! We were able to chose two flavors to sample.  We each received a bag of 50% reduced fat garlic & herb cheddar and 50% reduced fat pepper jack [...]
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Fall Traditions

Every Fall Miss Yunks goes apple picking with her family, and we usually head to Carlson Orchards in Harvard, MA.  Carlson Orchard has a great selection of pumpkins, gourds, and the apple trees are short enough that it’s easy for us to pick the apples. Part of our tradition is Dad carries the heavy bag [...]
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Black Bean and Sweet Potato Quesadilla

I am contemplating not posting this as I’m typing.  The photograph really just doesn’t do this quesadilla justice.  Sorry, quesadilla.  You tasted really good.  You looked really good.  And I was really hungry and didn’t play around with photographs before I started eating.  Despite this poor photo, I really liked this meal and want to [...]
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Easy Indian

Miss Yunks was in the produce section of her local Whole Foods when she was offered a sample of edamame with Seeds of Change Simmer Sauce served over rice and topped with greek yogurt.  The bite size sample was so tasty that she, without any hesitation, added a jar of sauce to her shopping basket. [...]
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Decadent desserts and other fancy things

Soufflés are a wonderful thing. Difficult to master for a chef, decadent and traditional. A-Tooch has been classically trained in soufflé appreciation after making frequent visits to her parents’ favorite French restaurant at a young age. Well, classically trained in eating them at least. After catching wind of a rumor that Capsouto Frères (“Capsouto Brothers” [...]
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