Yearly Archives: 2011

Pumpkin Butter Picnic

Since the weather isn’t frightful and it doesn’t look like we are going to have a white Christmas this year in the Midwest, why not treat your friends and family to a picnic in the park? This simple recipe for pumpkin butter puts you in the holiday spirit and makes a lovely homemade gift. Merry...

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Shipping Container Installation Part 2

I want to tell you a story about my Thanksgiving. I know. I know. Thanksgiving is long gone and Christmas is right around the corner, but I have to finish the story of the shipping container installation. My week of the installation fell on the Sunday after Thanksgiving and concluded the series in the shipping...

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Shipping Container Installation Part 1

We’ve been away from CookingArchitecture for a bit so it feels like a long time since the Dia de Los Muertos dinner. But don’t worry… we’ve been keeping busy creating other art installations and large meals for people, and we have it here to share with you! In early October, ParProjects invited artists from around Ohio...

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Dia de los Muertos Fiesta

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Join us on a journey underneath the street for delicious drinks and a ceremonial feast erasing the lines between our bodies and the spirits that we meet. Down below the streets, the air is damp and warm. Time stands still because it is always dark. The noise of the busy street above is drowned out...

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Cast Iron Skillet Cornbread with Jalepeno Honey Butter

Once again, the time that we have to spend away from each other has begun. We all know that we are in the places that we want to be, doing the things we were meant to do. At times, the distance and the sadness of being in different places makes us nostalgic for the way...

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Homemade Chocolate Granola

Homemade granola is one of my favorite things, right up there with our no-knead bread recipe. (If you have read the post on making bread, you will know that I spend a lot of time daydreaming of it.) Making granola is one of those things that not many people take the time to make because...

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Dad’s Blueberry Pancakes

For as long as I can remember, Sundays meant pancakes.  Every week I looked forward to a giant stack of golden cakes dripping with real Vermont maple syrup.  {I was, and still am, very particular and completely biased about my maple syrup thanks to this spoiled upbringing.} Thankfully, after many years of making pancakes from...

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