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Leah Klein
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  • Cambridge, MA
  • United States
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Leah Klein replied to Miya Shoffit's discussion 'Cheese caves' in the group Cheesemakers!
"I would get in touch with the folks at Formaggio Kitchen or Matt at La Laiterie in RI. They both have made cheese caves and would probably have some good insights."
Jan 5, 2010
Leah Klein commented on Leah Klein's blog post 'Oatmeal bread: Pacing your day'
"It is so delicious. I totally recommend it!"
Feb 8, 2009
Cornelia commented on Leah Klein's blog post 'Oatmeal bread: Pacing your day'
"I have never baked more than biscuits in my life, but I think this is the recipe I want to try first (when I have an entire day off). OK, maybe not the FIRST I try, but this sounds awesome!"
Feb 8, 2009

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What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
Earth Mama, Cube Farmer, Dirt Under My Fingernails City Slicker, Fill in the Blank
Fill in the blank:
BFF - Boston Family Foodie
A bit about me:
I grew up in Canada near Menonite country. My parents took us to the health food store for a special treat and I remember being excited about fruit leather and sesame treats. My mom learned to cook by being in the kitchen and I learned from her.

I now cook with my kids. Live in the city. Grow herbs on the porch in the summer and belong to a CSA
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
With all the colds in our house the 1/2 homemade Matzoh Ball soup is our latest hit.
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blogs
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Pandora
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My live...
Web site I recommend:
http://www.examiner.com/x-1240-Boston-Family-Foodie-Examiner

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Oatmeal bread: Pacing your day

Pease porridge hot

Pease porridge cold

Some like it hot

Some like it cold

Some like it in the pot

Nine days old.

-unknown



It has come to my attention that among other things this month, such as President Obama's inauguration, January is Oatmeal month. Growing up, my mother would often make oatmeal porridge in the winter. It was so delicious and warm. It's not that grey drippy stuff in those little packets that you shake, pour and add water to. That… Continue

Posted on January 29, 2009 at 2:53pm — 2 Comments

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