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Taste Of Home Cooking School 2011





taste of home cooking school 2011






    cooking school
  • A cooking school or culinary school is an institution devoted to education in the art and science of food preparation. It also awards degrees which indicate that a student has undergone a particular curriculum and therefore displays a certain level of competency.





    taste of
  • A Taste of is a studio album by the Japanese noise musician, Merzbow. It was inspired by Japanese cuisine.

  • PERu” head chef Alejandro Saravia.





    home
  • Made, done, or intended for use in the place where one lives

  • home(a): used of your own ground; "a home game"

  • at or to or in the direction of one's home or family; "He stays home on weekends"; "after the game the children brought friends home for supper"; "I'll be home tomorrow"; "came riding home in style"; "I hope you will come home for Christmas"; "I'll take her home"; "don't forget to write home"

  • Of or relating to the place where one lives

  • Relating to one's own country and its domestic affairs

  • provide with, or send to, a home





    2011
  • 2011 (MMXI) will be a common year starting on a Saturday. In the Gregorian calendar, it will be the 2011th year of the Common Era, or of Anno Domini; the 11th year of the 3rd millennium and of the 21st century; and the 2nd of the 2010s decade.











Everybody hurts some days 54/365




Everybody hurts some days 54/365





Today was the best day ever. I met up with 6 of my best friends all from camp and we went out for ice cream , skipped on the streets, went into amazing little kid stores, bought cupcakes, played hide 'n seek, and listened to my friend Emily play the guitar and sing. It was so much fun. I missed them all so much it's un-describable, love them to bits and pieces.

Tomorrow, my good friends from the states are staying over for labor day weekend. they come in tomorrow and staying for the night, and then on Saturday were heading to a cottage they rented. Should be fun, watching them all fish and hearing my mother complain about how she has to gut the fish while I prance around taking photos. Usually how it works.

HOLY CRAP IT'S SEPTEMBER. WHERE HAS MY SUMMER GONE? I start school on Tuesday D: sadface.

IM SO BAD. I kinda put aside all those taggy things. So, imma do them. MWAHHA. k. <3 :D


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Did the taaggs for fuun, dont feel like a taggin.

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12 Truths
What was your:
1.Last beverage- Orange juiice ftw
2.Last song you listened to- Everybody hurts
3.Last time you cried- Today

4.What time did you wake up today? – 7:30, ever since camp

5.Something you can’t wait for?- WEEKEND CAMP

6.Righty or Lefty- Righty.

Which is better:
7.Lips or eyes- EARS... I like fuzzy horse ears.
8.Hugs or kisses- KISSES TO DA HORSE.

Do you believe in:
9.Yourself- errmmm. not really.
10.Miracles- Yuus.
11.Love at first sight- Unless the pony is REALLY PRETTY.
12.Heaven- Defiantly.

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1. What Color Is Your Toothbrush: White and turquoise.
2. Name One Person That Made You Smile Today: SADDLEWOOD FIRENDIESS <3
3. What were you doing at 8 AM?: Eating yummy food.
4. What were you doing 45 minutes ago?: photoshoop.
5. What is your favorite candy?: DARK CHOCOLATE. OMNOMNOM
6. Biggest pet peeve: Double dippers, it's sticking your tongue in the dip.
7. What's the last thing you said out loud?: "Hmm, soup :) "
8. What is the best ice cream flavor?: STRAWBERRY CHEESE CAKE.
9. What was the last thing you had to drink?: Orange juiice
10. What is your shortest time of sleep?: this question confuses me.
11. Have you ever made a promise you'd die to keep?: I think.,
12. Favorite animal: HORSEEEEESSSS.
13. The last sporting event you watched?: RIIDDINNG.
14. What is your favorite flavor of popcorn?: There are different types? I usually like butter on mine...
15. Who is the last person you sent a message to on flickr?: Moochimoo :D

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If i were a _____, i'd be...

weather: SUMMAH
color: Orange :)
fruit: Lemonn
sound: A lot of annoying noise
food: Pasta :)
drink: OJ
place: The barn
taste: Sour
scent: Horse
object: i duunnoo, A PERSON.
song: PINK FLUFFY UNICORNS.
shoes: I prefer bare feet.
movie: where winkies horse.

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People Today:
1. Person You hung out with: Saddlewood Girls <3
2. Rode in a car with: Ma friends
3. Went to the movies with: noo boddy
4. Went to the mall with: noo maall. . gladly.
5. You talked on the phone to: Parents.
6. Made you laugh: SWOOD GIRLS .
7. Last person you told and/or they told you they Loved you: Swwooddiees

Would You Rather:
1. Pierce your nose or tounge: Both disgusting.
2. Be serious or be funny: Goofy.
3. Drink whole or skim milk: Skim.
4. Die in a fire or get strangled? IM A POSITIVE PERSON.
5. Spend time with your parents or enemies: Parents.

Truth:
1. Do you like anyone: My maaannn <3 What a pony <33
2. Sun or moon: Sun.
3. Winter or Summer: Summah
4. Left or right: Right
5. 10 acquaintances or two best friends: Two best friends.
6. Sunny or rainy: Sunnyy

Me:
1. What time is it: 12:37 AM
2. First Name: Genya
3. Where do you wanna live: Where I'm at home.
4. How many kids do you want: I'm currently 14, I have time to think, thanks :)
5. Do you want to get married: Yes.
6. Do you twirl your spaghetti or cut it: Twirl it like a ballerina.
7. Have you ever eaten spam: erm..
8. Favorite ice cream: Vanilla/ Strawberry cheese cake
9. How many kinds of cereal are in your cabinet: 4. i LOVE MY CEREAL.
10. Do you cook: Ican make frozen pizza, popcorn and fraft dinner. Yes, yes i can.
11. Current mood: Excitied/tired.

Last 48 Hours:
1. Kissed some one: A picture of a horse :D <3
2. Sang: Yess.
3. Been hugged: Yuus.
4. Felt stupid: Every second.
5. Missed someone: Yes.
6. Danced Crazy: You know it.
7. Gotten your hair cut: nooppee
8. Cried: Yees

Stuff:
1. Have you ever been searched by the cops: Nooppe
2. Do you have a Dog: Noo :(
3. When's the last time you've been sledding: In the Winter.
4. Would you rather sleep with someone else or alone? SLEEPOVERS WITH THE SWOODIANS? :d
5. Do you believe in ghosts: Only at saddlwood
6. Do you consider yourself creative: On good days.
7. Do you think you're pretty: Nope.
8. Have you ever drank milk











Michael Hite and Paul Becking of C Street Bistro, Jacksonville, Oregon




Michael Hite and Paul Becking of C Street Bistro, Jacksonville, Oregon





Winemakers have to eat, too. And when these pros with well-trained palates are hungry, they know how to sniff out the best restaurants.
Something bland, something boring, something “off” triggers a snarl in them faster than a cranky teenager separated from her cellphone. On the flipside, if a dish is intoxicatingly fresh and precisely paired with other thrilling tastes, wham-o! Winemakers are happy.
Lean in closely and I’ll reveal a new place where Applegate Valley vintners go when they don’t feel like cooking: C Street Bistro.
In a tiny cottage tucked a few blocks off Jacksonville’s main street, winemakers gather with friends, family and fans. Here, Chefs Paul Becking and Michael Hite are having fun, too, partnering with Oregon farmers, ranchers and fishermen to create dishes that excite.
What does it take to get the attention of enologists fatigued by a day of evaluating immature wine, dosing out sulfur and listening to alcohol control officials? Hmmmm…
Winemakers have to eat, too. And when these pros with well-trained palates are hungry, they know how to sniff out the best restaurants.
Something bland, something boring, something “off” triggers a snarl in them faster than a cranky teenager separated from her cellphone. On the flipside, if a dish is intoxicatingly fresh and precisely paired with other thrilling tastes, wham-o! Winemakers are happy.
Lean in closely and I’ll reveal a new place where Applegate Valley vintners go when they don’t feel like cooking: C Street Bistro.
In a tiny cottage tucked a few blocks off Jacksonville’s main street, winemakers gather with friends, family and fans. Here, Chefs Paul Becking and Michael Hite are having fun, too, partnering with Oregon farmers, ranchers and fishermen to create dishes that excite.
What does it take to get the attention of enologists fatigued by a day of evaluating immature wine, dosing out sulfur and listening to alcohol control officials? Hmmmm…
Try the barbecue pulled pork on a sweet cornbread pancake ($8) and duck confit waffle with egg ($14). Even the potentially humble lunch burger has a captivating story: The 6-ounce prime top sirloin patties are ground to order and cooked one at a time ($10 with sea-salt fingerling potatoes; add $3-$5 to top the burger with house-cured pastrami; mushroom, Gruyere and truffle mayo; or bacon jam, smoked bacon and pickled onions).
Friday’s and Saturday’s three-course dinners ($30; $45 with wine) change every week and deliver sky’s-the-limit pleasure. Dishes are inspired by one winery and the chefs’ wild imaginations.
For a RoxyAnn winemakers’ dinner in mid August, the amuse-bouche was a tempura squash blossom from Walker Creek Farms stuffed with king crab cream cheese and served with a sweet chili aioli. The first course was Port Orford’s seared albacore with Runnymeade Farm’s string beans, heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers and corn topped with a Muscatel vinaigrette. The salad was paired with RoxyAnn 2009 Pinot Gris.
The main course was a Moroccan-spiced lamb leg with Fort Vanoy Farms’ crispy polenta served with RoxyAnn 2008 Claret. Dessert was a tangy clafoutis made with blackberries and white peaches grown at Hanley Farm.
It’s no wonder that the chefs’ skills with in-season and locally produced food are applauded by another kind of flavor juggler – winemakers.
On a sunny day in August, Anne Root of EdenVale dropped in to chat with the chefs. This was weeks after her 2009 Viognier was served with – and was an ingredient in – Chef Becking’s miso-marinated black cod and grilled Japanese eggplant. Sometimes he adds barbecued rice balls to this dish.
Rachael and Les Martin of Red Lily Vineyards also dine here because their children – budding taste-bud experts – like to experiment as much as adults.
“Our kids even tried oysters for the first time there,” says Rachael. “We get the chefs’ weekly Facebook feeds and drool over their new menus.” She adds: “Being local business owners ourselves, we love to support other local places.”
Christine Collier and Chris Jiron of God King Slave Wines live on C Street. But they don’t frequent this bistro just because it’s in the neighborhood.
“We love their farm-to-table concept,” says Collier, “and their new energy, talent and creativity in Jacksonville.”
The GKS duo debuted their 2009 Syrah and Tempranillo blend at C Street Bistro in late August.
“We wanted to host a wine release party and it just seemed like a natural fit,” says Collier. “It is our regular hangout, so it was very comfortable to host something with them.”
Collier, who worked at a Willamette Valley winery before establishing her own label in the Rogue Valley, compares C Street Bistro to Nick’s Italian Cafe, the legendary winemaker haunt in downtown McMinnville. Nick’s motto: “Feeding Oregon’s Wine Country Since 1977.”
Before opening C Street Bistro in January, Chef Becking was part owner and executive chef of Elements in Santa Barbara, California. He moved here three years ago with his family. Chef Hite attended cul









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