Melissa Clark reveals facts about making top notch pot au cremes, via NYT.

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Make heads turn with a luscious recipe for lobster stew with puff pastry, via NYT.

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A hearty winter recipe for steak and kidney pie, via Guardian UK.

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The Celiac Teen shares her recipe for gluten free currant scones, via Celiac Teen. 

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The economy struggled but cooking and writing about food sure didn’t! My colleague Emilia and I decided to have a look at the most popular—or most viewed is perhaps the better phrase—posts from this site this year. By far the most exciting blog event of the year was Cathy Barrow‘s and Kim Foster‘s Charcutepalooza. What an amazing thing happened, and all because of that catchy hashtag on Twitter. This would not have happened without Twitter. Congrats to all who participated and who pushed themselves to cook in unfamiliar and often difficult ways! Special congrats to Cecilia, who blogs at One Vanilla Bean, and Peter, who blogs at Cookblog, as the two year’s end finalists. Good luck to you both! Top ruhlman.com posts from 2011, in no particular order: Stock Convictions & Stock Clarifications In which I Read On »

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