Winter

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Creamy Poblano Chile and Corn Soup

In my last post I promised to offer more dishes that will hold, meaning meals that improve as they sit and wait to be eaten, rather than deteriorate. I am finding this is key to putting on […]

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Chicken Cacciatore and the Art of Flavor Balance

I’m going to let you in on a big, expensive secret. I had to go to culinary $chool to get a thorough grasp on the concept, but it’s been the single most important lesson I […]

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Semi-Sweet Potato Pancakes, for Mom

Happy Mother’s Day Mom, and to all the moms out there! May your children be angels, may breakfast be served in bed (or somewhere equally divine), and may your Mother’s Day be all that you deserve it to […]

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Amore Turkey Meatballs with Spaghetti

When I set out to make turkey meatballs I knew exactly what I was up against . See, I married a boy who grew up on a Wyoming cattle ranch, who’s father ran a butcher […]

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A Salad Worth Making Again

Noah and I had the most interesting dinner conversation the other night, about why we choose the foods we do. We were eating at our neighborhood standby where the menu is huge, and the choices […]

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