Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Stock

Originally posted on 14onFour:
“Indeed, stock is everything in cooking. Without it, nothing can be done.” – Auguste Escoffier Stop. Read it again and think about it… Yup! I’m back. Nope! I haven’t forgotten about this. Now is the right…

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Baobabs and Wire; Elephants and Mud

Early morning on the deck at Chilo leads into a fabulous day of exploring the newly wet Gonarezhou…on the lookout for our guests favorite animal…Elephants!….today strangely absent today from the landscape! They must have moved far and wide with the little … Continue reading

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