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Thursday, October 8, 2015

RIP Paul Prudhomme


I'm sure I've mentioned him before on the blog. Dude was a massive influence on the way I cook - he was a big proponent of high heat / letting things stick / deglazing. My folks had 'Seasoned America" on their cookbook shelf and it, along with Moosewood/Enchanted Broccoli Forest and Sonia Uvezian's the Cuisine of Armenia were my faves. Blackened anything......

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