Monthly Archives: January 2010

Bangers and Mash with Red Wine Gravy

Tweet Having lived in London for nearly a year, Bangers & Mash became one of the few British dishes that I really liked enough to eat often. Every pub, cafe and restaurant had their own way of making it, with … finish reading Bangers and Mash with Red Wine Gravy

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Potato Leek Soup

Tweet Normally I don’t make many soups, except chili, but I don’t that I consider it a soup. A few days ago I bought leeks and potatoes for Julia Child’s Potato Leek soup, waiting for a cold day. When I … finish reading Potato Leek Soup

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The Honesty Award…

Tweet I’m glad that I finally decided to start this blog just a few short months ago in October or 2009. If it hadn’t been for that I wouldn’t have found something so enjoyable and a hobby that is probably … finish reading The Honesty Award…

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Obelisk

Tweet As you can see from the entry right before this, I decided to start tossing in some of my favorite reviews that I have posted on Yelp.com here on the Carnivore and Vegetarian. Hope you like it, and if … finish reading Obelisk

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Restaurant Reviews…

Tweet Due to an epic fail on my part, I didn’t post last nights meal, which was a purple cauliflower mac and cheese.  I’ll hopefully get to it tonight, along with whatever makes it to tonight’s plate.  It had been … finish reading Restaurant Reviews…

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Stuffed Red Peppers with Shiitake Orzo

Tweet Going through food blogs, food sites and everything else that is jam packed into my google reader, I’m bound to see an idea for a dish and not remember where it came from. Or get an idea from somewhere … finish reading Stuffed Red Peppers with Shiitake Orzo

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Pork Chops in White Wine Sauce with Brussels Sprouts and Penne Pasta

Tweet Since I started actually buying pork and cooking it myself, one of the few types I’ve made a few times now are boneless pork chops. While it is not the best cut of pork, when cooked right, it is … finish reading Pork Chops in White Wine Sauce with Brussels Sprouts and Penne Pasta

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