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Various Basic Trinities

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I thought I was composing a brilliant document early this morning (9am Los Angeles) when my nose told me something was up. Stepmother (there must be a DSM-5 diagnosis for her) was sauteeing onion. followed by cabbage. It drew me into the pit of various "Holy Trinities".  Mirapoix and similar. Serious Eats did a decent piece in 2014. As I get older I am appreciating the more subtle tastes of things (example zucchini) without background noise.  Your thoughts?

 

https://www.seriouseats.com/2014/05/all-about-mirepoix.html

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For what it's worth, Rozanne Gold has written a series of 3-ingredient cookbooks.


~Martin :)

I try to find the good food in every situation!

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8 hours ago, jmacnaughtan said:

The main trinity here is bread, cheese and wine :D

 

My childhood bestie says that is why she decamped to France and became French.

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16 hours ago, jmacnaughtan said:

The main trinity here is bread, cheese and wine :D

 

I'm good with that.

 

I guess mine is charcuterie, cheese, wine.

 

 


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