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Cooking Lesson: Vegetable Tian

2009 August 8
by Eric Hwang

I bought a new video camera and needed to experiment with it. Yesterday, I made Vegetable Tian for lunch and in the process I thought it would be fun to record the process and post the video on my blog. After all, I did promise Shellie that I would get her the recipe for something that uses zuccini and yellow squash. This is my first time using this camera and I didn’t realize that plugging in a monaural microphone would only output the audio on the left channel, duh! But other than that, for a non-scripted quick and dirty video, I think it turned out okay. And hey, try the recipe. It is delish with a lovely Oregon Pinot Noir.

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  1. August 8, 2009

    Nice work, Eric. That looks delicious!

  2. Shellie permalink
    August 14, 2009

    Ooh! I have a lovely Oregon Pinot, and TONS of zucchini & yellow squash (tomatoes aren’t quite as prolific but I only have one plant). I’m on it! Thanks! Shellie

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