Three Cubed Project

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No matter how we approach food preparation in the kitchen, we all default to the things we know and like best. So to push boundaries, the Three Points cooks launched the Three Cubed Project. 

The arbitrary plan is this: We crack open a cookbook, make what is on Page 327 and document the results. (When the book is shorter, we go down to Page 227 or 127 or 27, depending on what is first available.) We’re starting with Page 327 because it starts with 3 (did we mention this was arbitrary?) and, if we stuck with a simple 3-cubed model (Page 27), we’d likely be making a whole lot of salad dressing or, if it’s an older church cookbook, Jell-O salads. And nothing good can come of that.

Along the way, we hope to enhance our repertoire and discover new favorites. At worst, we might foist some questionable concoctions on friends and family. But there’s no such thing as a free lunch, amigos!

We’ll track the results here.  Feel free to join in the fun.

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