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Culinaria Eugenius

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Located in Eugene

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Epicurean Adventures from Eugene, Oregon

This is the book of the generations of sourdough starter. Well, blog post, anyway. As described earlier, our Bread 101 …Continue reading →

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Am I souring on traditional discipline-focused college curricula?  No, but this spring I *am* teaching a tremendously fun course through …Continue reading →

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Our only official link in Eugene to New Orleans is now Voodoo Donuts, which, of course, is no link at …Continue reading →

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If you haven’t started chitting your seed potatoes, it’s not too late to start.  Just place the potatoes with their …Continue reading →

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Of the fowl I coddled recently on a two-week farm stay, I became a duck supporter.  Go Ducks!  I had …Continue reading →

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Now that our dull roots are stirred with spring rain, we yearn for a glass of Oregon wine on a …Continue reading →

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It’s Spring, and you know it, another term!  I’m teaching a larger version of my Food Studies introduction at University …Continue reading →

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Happy Paczki Day 2014!  Honestly, I don’t think I can say it any better than I did last year, in …Continue reading →

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I’ve finally found the perfect breakfast for me, and it’s easy being green.  It lends itself well to overwintering hardy …Continue reading →

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Hate your “friends” vacationing in Hawaii, Mexico, and the Carribean posting a bunch of pictures of themselves on gorgeous beaches?  …Continue reading →

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The problem with pumpkin or other large winter squash like our local ‘Oregon Homestead’ sweetmeat squash is that squirreling them …Continue reading →

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As many of you know, my day job is teaching literature at University of Oregon.  I’m looking for more folks …Continue reading »

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After the darkest day of the year, one can’t help but feel a little brighter.  I took advantage of the …Continue reading »

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For every delicious mouthful.  I made your roast chicken for my Thanksgiving-for-One feast this year, just before you passed on …Continue reading »

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Have you seen the new Eugene Magazine food issue?  Rush out and get it now for great profiles on some …Continue reading »

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All cranberry chutneys that are safe to can seem the same to me.  There are more interesting recipes in, say, …Continue reading »

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I’ve been tongue-tied, unpalatable, and without appetite lately, sorry.  It’s hard to write didactic prose when your thoughts are stubbornly …Continue reading »

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Of the many cool vegetables grown by relatively new farm Turnip the Beet, the ‘Ozette Fingerling’ potato must top the …Continue reading »

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Planted garlic for next year, trying to keep my spirits up as the rain started to fall and fall started …Continue reading »

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Just a quick reminder to vote for Culinaria Eugenius as Best Blog and Food for Thought as Best Radio Show …Continue reading »

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Since I grow a garden most of the year and buy in bulk for preservation projects, I don’t opt for …Continue reading »

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Sometimes one just needs a reminder that one can snap back, whether it’s a tomato plant in rainy Junuary or …Continue reading »

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If you still have elderflowers, and I suspect I will even with the rain and my ill-timed travel, consider making …Continue reading »

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A reader on my Facebook page posted this link to a plea to revive sour cherries, the garnet little tart …Continue reading »

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I’m in Ashland on an almost sunny morning, on my way to Michigan via San Francisco for my grandmother’s funeral. …Continue reading »

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Don’t forget to party with Boris and me today at noon on Food for Thought. We’ll be chatting with James …Continue reading »

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To prepare for my fermentation class on Saturday, I’ve been experimenting with fermented vegetables in small batches.  We’re making sauerkraut …Continue reading »

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I don’t think I’ve ever planted cucumbers and peppers on the same day before, but call me behind the times …Continue reading »

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Niblets is an all-too-occasional feature on the ins and outs of the Eugene food scene. Syndicate me?  You know you …Continue reading »

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Niblets is an all-too-occasional feature on the ins and outs of the Eugene food scene. In an inestimable loss for …Continue reading »

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