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Category Archives: Garlic
Love makes people do crazy things… things as crazy as preparing an entirely vegan meal (if you’ve been reading this blog for any period of time you know that eggs, cheeses, and meats have quite the presence in my posts). … Continue reading
Chili is one of those dishes that is incredibly easy to throw together. Put a pot on and let the flavors meld and in an hour or so when you come back to it you’ll have a deliciously filling meal. … Continue reading
To some, The New York Times Sunday paper is the best part of the weekend. Well, that and brunch of course. Being that I don’t usually have leisurely Sunday mornings (Sunday’s a workin’ day) the big ‘ol edition has lost a … Continue reading
With my window fan having been firmly in the off position for four nights in a row I think it’s safe to say my favorite season has hit. To me Autumn has always seemed like more of a time for … Continue reading
And to follow up Hillary’s seriously cheesy croque monsieur – the Cuban. Get that oven blazing and ready a pork loin – this is one sinful sandwich (notice it’s categorized as a vice). Pressed between sweet onion bread (I couldn’t … Continue reading
Swiss Chard is a green I haven’t had much history with, I always see it around, but usually pass it up for spinach, kale, and the like. So when I passed by a particularly glorious bunch of it on a … Continue reading
What a glorious Saturday it was last weekend! I awoke early and ran up the west side highway to the Union Square Farmers Market. I bought a chicken, asparagus, spring red onions, an assortment of shoots and baby greens, fingerling … Continue reading
I’m not sure if this is the exact name my Aunt Denise uses for her bell pepper/cilantro/black eyed pea salsa-esque dish that’s always been such a hit but if it is, boy, that woman can sure make a mean Texas … Continue reading
What a dismal, gray day. In just 24 hours New York was transformed from blossoming sunshine to cold, rainy and unpleasant. So I needed a red pepper recipe to improve the status quo. Who better to spice things up than … Continue reading