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Unplugged Kitchen

A Return to the Simple, Authentic Joys of Cooking


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Unplugged Kitchen offers us a map through the landscape of food, with its rituals and its particular pleasures. Your nose pressed to a tomato tells you how freshness smells. Your eyes measure olive oil in puddles. You crush walnuts in a beautiful mortar and press soup through a food mill. Unplugged Kitchen offers more than 200 seasonally and sensually inspired recipes that engage all the senses.

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1. by anonymous on Jun 21, 2012 at 7:18 PM PDT

Great simple food, using few ingredients. The “Lentils & Greens” soup is delicious and cheap - it’s a classic, reliable recipe.

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