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Tweet I’ve been to Jonathan Waxman’s restaurant, Barbuto a few times, but I never saw this dish on his menu. There was plenty of other things to order, including the roasted chicken, which is usually a menu throw-away, but not … finish reading Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad
Tweet Who doesn’t love poached eggs, with that runny yolk dripping all over what lies beneath. If you don’t love poached eggs, then you should stop reading now. To those who to chose to continue reading, that was a … finish reading Roasted Potatoes and Asparagus with Poached Eggs
Tweet Yes, yes, the Carnivore and the Vegetarian blog still lives! It has been a while since my last post. I’ve been pretty busy with a variety of things and have neglected the blog for way too long. Anyway, I … finish reading What are your fridge and pantry staples?
Tweet For dinner I decided I wanted a pork chop with a white wine pan sauce. The question was, what do I serve it with? The vegetarian always enjoys anything with potatoes and cheese, and so I was thinking of … finish reading Potato and Broccoli Gratin with Caramelized Onions
Tweet I’ve had a number of croque-monsieur sandwiches, hot ham and cheese, in the past, and just a few weeks ago, a croque-madame, which is the same but with a fried or poached egg on top. There are dozens of … finish reading Grilled Cheese “Madame”
Tweet With the exception of some fancy restaurants, you hardly ever see poached eggs on a menu unless it is breakfast or brunch (maybe with a few exceptions). Personally, poached eggs are my favorite preparation of an egg. You … finish reading Fresh Salad with Poached Egg (and Chicken Sausage)
Tweet You must be thinking, “wow, yet another guest post from the vegetarian?? I thought she never cooked?!! What’s going on?!” Well, I was recently on a month-long break from school for the holidays, so I spent slightly more time … finish reading Vegetarian’s Guest Post: Potato and Cauliflower Gratin