How does country cooking queen Ree Drummond celebrate America’s favorite holiday? With lots of food, football, and gratitude for her family. If you want to understand why half of America seems to have fallen in love with Ree Drummond’s life, have her take you on a tour of her family’s cattle ranch just as the sun sinks toward the big-sky prairie horizon and the tall grasses are turning pinkish gold. Drummond drives her red pickup truck fast, kicking up dust on the gravel roads.
It was the slow-cooker chawanmushi that really made me sit up and listen. It was 2014; I was an editor at Food & Wine, on the phone with Grant Achatz, the award-winning chef behind Alinea in Chicago, as he was telling me about all the things I could make in a Crock-Pot. “Sure,” he said. “Chawanmushi, pots de crème, custard, just use the slow cooker like a bain marie.” I thought this was pretty counterintuitive—who had ever heard of slow-cooked pot de crème?—but also very smart.
Kentucky Fried Chicken, or KFC as it is now known, was founded in 1930 in North Corbin, Kentucky, when Colonel Harland Sanders started selling his fried chicken out of a gas station.
@JessicaValenti We rented bikes and a kid seat and puttered around. Can also easily rent a solar powered boat by the hour. The aquarium is v v good, the zoo less so. Also the playgrounds are wonderful.
we had our first IEP meeting today. big, big shout out to the CPSE admin who denied most services + informed me that she understood was it was like to have a 1.7 lb baby bc her daughter was also PETITE
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