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nine-grain-pancake

Nine-Grain Pancake

Baked in a cast-iron skillet, this is a real pan “cake.” At the Bakery, we prepare it in the wood-fired oven, where it puffs up to an inc...

by Michelle Rizzolo, Philip Wojtowicz , and Michael Gilson

14562
doughnuts

Doughnuts

Our first roommate in Big Sur was a longtime local named Everett Makowski, who was eighty when he offered to rent us one of the rooms in ...

by Michelle Rizzolo, Philip Wojtowicz , and Michael Gilson

14564
cloviss-lime-tart-with-lime-marmalade-and-ginger-ice-cream

Clovis’s Lime Tart with Lime Marmalade and Ginger Ic...

Clovis, a Big Sur local who’s lived here for more than fifty years, brings us amazing Bearss limes from early November until late April. ...

by Michelle Rizzolo, Philip Wojtowicz , and Michael Gilson

14567
blueberry-pie

Blueberry Pie

If you’ve ever wondered what made your grandmother’s pie crust taste so good, we’ll give you a hint: she probably used lard. We get our l...

by Michelle Rizzolo, Philip Wojtowicz , and Michael Gilson

14568
burgers-with-house-made-buns-pickles-and-fries

Burgers with House-Made Buns, Pickles, and Fries

There’s hardly any food more stereotypically American than hamburgers, but all too frequently, we Americans screw them up. We decided to ...

by Michelle Rizzolo, Philip Wojtowicz , and Michael Gilson

14569
homemade-mayonnaise

Homemade Mayonnaise

Making your own mayo is a truly satisfying experience, but watch out—once you try it this way, you’ll never want to buy the jarred stuff ...

by Michelle Rizzolo, Philip Wojtowicz , and Michael Gilson

14570
fish-and-chips-big-sur-style

Fish and Chips, Big Sur Style

Our British friend Terry lives for fish and chips. Between Wayne and Forrest, we’re bombarded with loads of fresh rockfish during the sum...

by Michelle Rizzolo, Philip Wojtowicz , and Michael Gilson

14573
roasted-chicken

Roasted Chicken

Chicken has to be the most widely eaten bird in the world. That said, Phil believes that it’s possible to rate the caliber of a chef by h...

by Michelle Rizzolo, Philip Wojtowicz , and Michael Gilson

15956
french-fries

French Fries

Adjust the oven rack to the middle position and preheat the oven to 350°F. Wash and scrub the potatoes. Place them on a baking sheet and...

by Philip Wojtowicz , Michelle Rizzolo, and Michael Gilson

15957
pickles

Pickles

Wash the cucumbers and dry them with paper towels. Dissolve the salt in 2 quarts hot water. Pour the salted water into a large glass co...

by Michelle Rizzolo, Philip Wojtowicz , and Michael Gilson

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