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Monday- CRU- baby you got a stew, White house kitchen tour, Cinnamon, funny cocktails, Molecular gastronomy in Peoria,free Kraft mayo, 8,000 new chocolate products.

Posted by chefmax on February 23, 2009

Monday- CRU-(Culinary Round Up)

You gonna throw that bone away? Add some water to this and baby you got a stew”…( Carl Weathers-Arrested Development)From the New York Times, It is always best to make your own stock and it really is not that hard. Another benefit is that it makes your house smell great and you know exactly what  is in your stock.

The White Hoouse is already more transparent in is first month. A very cool tour of the Kitchen with oour first lady. From the NYTIMES

Cinnamon increase blood blood sugar levels. This is probably why it is a good aphrodisiacs. From Nutraingredients

Some funny cocktails– From The Wall Street Journal. Just a nice distraction for the heavy stories of the day.

Molecular gastronomy in Peoria… Yea, I know. From The Wall Street Journal. 

Would you like mayo with that?- From the In-store-Marketing Institute, free Kraft mayo at Meijer when you buy Oscar Mayer meats. 

More than 8,000 new chocolate products have been introduce in the last 12 months. From Marketing Week. I think they may need some testers, any volunteers? 

Congratulations Slumdog Millionaire cast and crew. Great movie.

Chef Max 2-23-09

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One Response to “Monday- CRU- baby you got a stew, White house kitchen tour, Cinnamon, funny cocktails, Molecular gastronomy in Peoria,free Kraft mayo, 8,000 new chocolate products.”

  1. thanks..

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