Exploring the Kitchen

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Welcome to a Good Scoff!

scoff n O Sup2 ~ sb2; Anglo-Manx Dialect.    1986 FELTHAM 116 It was not uncommon for a number of…the younger set, to gather in a home, usually after the older members of the family had retired for the night, and cook a ‘scoff’ of turrs or ducks.”

I love to food. I love to cook it, eat it and talk about it.

I love to explore different variations and experiment; after all the kitchen is really just another laboratory.

Come with me on this journey through food – some good, some really bad – it’ll be fun!

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Allanah M. Cormier

Allanah M. Cormier

As a journalist and freelance writer, the author loves to wonder about the world. She loves to explore through travel, good food, books, information, and love. She is curious, thoughtful, and sometimes funny, often while being a dork. Originally from St. John's, Newfoundland, she lives with her wife and their Border Collies, in Waterloo, Ontario. She also loves food. Like a lot.

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