Tomatoes and oregano make it Italian; wine and tarragon make it French. Sour cream makes it Russian; lemon and cinnamon make it Greek. Soy sauce makes it Chinese; garlic makes it good.
– Alice May Brock of Alice’s Restaurant fame)
A trade publication described chef Tim Rosendahl as “one of the top culinary educators in the industry” when he left his job in 1996 as executive chef instructor and administrator of culinary development at Walt Disney World to join Red Lobster as vice president of food and beverages.
‘Thousands See Forsberg House: While it is not one of the oldest in Fargo, The house at 815 3rd Ave. S., is probably one of the best known because it has, in the past 20 years, been visited by thousands. Officially, it is listed in the American Association of Museums as The Forsberg House,” according to a Forum article on June 15, 1975.
The only thing I remember my mother using cloves for was to stick them in the scored fat of a ham before it was baked.
So in the early years of my marriage, when I baked a spice cake that called for cloves, I added whole cloves. I was not familiar with the ground variety.
The first story about the Dave Brubeck quartet in The Forum files is dated Oct., 23, 1956. The review by Francis Schoff begins: “The Standing Room Only sign was out at NDAC’s Festival Hall Monday night as a packed house of students and townspeople applauded and sometimes whistled in enthusiastic approval of The Dave Brubeck Quartet.”
This time of year, the food police are giving advice on how to eat correctly so you can live to be 190 and not gain weight while doing it.
The holidays are one of their favorite times. They often seem to be skulking around in the fridge and kitchen cupboards and under restaurant tables.
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