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Monthly Archives: October 2009
Tweet Sometimes simple is good. In fact, when it comes to cooking, simple is often very good. So many restaurants and chefs try to use way too many components that the simple flavors from vegetables and meats are lost. Last … finish reading Sauteed Chicken Tenders with Spicey Braised Mixed Vegetables
Tweet O.K., so this post is about five months too late, as its already nearing November, but just throwing in some info on CSA’s for those of you who may be interested in them in the future. All over the … finish reading Support Community Supported Agriculture (CSA's)
Tweet In the very first installment of this blog, I am not exactly doing something out of the box or ambitious. With a bit of a time and ingredient constraint, I decided to pull out the spice rack and do … finish reading Chipotle Rubbed Chicken (and tofu) with sauteed brussels sprouts and baked potato
Tweet Throughout my life I was privileged to eat my mom’s delicious home-cooked meals. I stood next to the counter as my mom prepared her famous brisket, filled a crock-pot with delicious stews or roll out her home-made pie crust, … finish reading Welcome to the carnivore and the vegetarian