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Bountiful, Beautiful Spring Supper

May 4, 2015 | by | Read | No Comments

My version of the roasted beet salad I found at Blue Door Farm Stand. As someone who notices patterns and is always connecting-the-dots, I was …

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Orange Brandy Cranberry Sauce

Nov 23, 2014 | by | Read | No Comments

I’m a big fan of recipes that call for 5 ingredients or less, like the first turkey I ever made. So, when Friendsgiving was …

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Tackling Tiramisu

Jan 12, 2014 | by | Read | No Comments

There are a few dishes I’ve been intimidated by in the kitchen, resulting in me simply ordering them at restaurants and admiring their perfection, feeding …

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Let’s Open a Sandwich Shop

Oct 21, 2012 | by | Read | 5 Comments

Mediterranean Chicken Subwich with artichokes, sundried tomatos, feta, and arugula When I invited one of my favorite Austin bands, Courrier, to play in Chicago …

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New-Age Charoset: Ingredient Freedom

Apr 6, 2012 | by | Read | 1 Comment

Pouring Sweet Kosher Wine into Charoset Apple Mixture The holidays always present us with opportunities to reflect and improve. This Passover, I’m doing just that. …

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Lookie, Lookie, Holiday Cookies!

Dec 18, 2011 | by | Read | No Comments

Frosty's Cousin When I received an invite for a Chrismukkah party recently, I first came to terms with the fact that it wouldn’t in fact …

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Jul 18, 2011 | by | Read | 2 Comments

Golden Gazpacho at South Congress Cafe About 5 years ago, I was living in the charming, authentic, and hottest city in Europe: Sevilla, Spain. …

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Monopolize Game Night

Apr 13, 2011 | by | Read | 6 Comments

There’s a very exclusive group that I’m a part of. So exclusive that we’re called The Incognitos– I can’t actually reveal our true identity or …

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Apr 10, 2011 | by | Read | 2 Comments

New obsession confession: making (and eating) homemade Baba Ghanoush, a creamy, yet hearty and flavorful Arabic dip that often accompanies pita and hummus at …

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Hamantashen- 2 Years Later

Mar 7, 2011 | by | Read | 5 Comments

Almost 2 years ago, I wrote a blog post. My very first blog post. 215 posts and two blog upgrades later, I am writing …

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