Tag Archives: comfort food

What the hell is Thai Eggplant?

On first glance I thought the little green globes were some type of exotic fruit, after all I was standing in the middle of a very large international market. I had to try them, and after gathering a pound, I … Continue reading

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Taste of Home

Recipes close to our hearts are usually less about where we ate them than who we ate them with…

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Balance

I’ve had time to hone family recipes, like my grandmother cheesy potato casserole which I plan to serve at the restaurant when we open. The other day she came by and tasted it. She didn’t say, “This is great.” She … Continue reading

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Guidance

It’s understanding to read a recipe as a guideline, not a rule- Amy Frye

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What the Hell is Red Cabbage Rapini?

Over my shoulder I heard “Really, they sent you dead flowers?” I had to admit the Red Cabbage Rapini did look like a gothic bouquet of flowers, leaving me to ask, “What the hell is Red Cabbage Rapini”? A quick … Continue reading

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