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The Hamiltionian Omelet

Georgia is simply a goddess when it comes to making omelets. The smell delicious, look delicious and taste delicious. Whenever we get back from practice or wake up on Sunday morning and Georgia decided to whip on of these mouth watering babies up there is a general trend that starts of, “yeah I want an omelet too.” No matter what I do though mine never turn out quite like these superior eggy creations. 191 more words


Spicy Taco Tuesday

It’s a Tuesday night in Syracuse and despite the weather being beautiful and warm this weekend the temperatures have again plummeted back down to the typical winter polar vortex we all know and love to hate. 226 more words


Crust-less Skillet Quiche

I don’t know about you guys but spring always makes me think of quiche. And really just eggs in general. I want all the eggs, all the ways, and I want them now! 607 more words


Make ahead meals: Short Rib Shepherd's Pie

Sometimes you take two days making a recipe – you gather your ingredients, you season your meat and let it sit over night, you chop, you dice, you mince, you carefully style each and every detail, you take hundreds of photos…you delete all of said photos, you stare at your computer for the next fifteen minutes in complete disbelief…then, you smile, you pick yourself up, you remember you took photos with your iPhone, you take a deep breath, you write this post. 513 more words


Cheated on my Sweets

Yes,  I’m guilty…  I’ve cheated on my Sweets with savory food…

I have dedicated my life, my education, my love and passion into French pastry.  However, sometimes I like a break from the pastry world and create within the culinary world. 360 more words


Cauliflower Pizza Base

Cauliflower Pizza is now one of my favourite dinners but it hasn’t always been that way. The first one I made turned into a crumbly mess and let’s be honest so did the next couple too. 312 more words


Pizza, Pizza! Caramelized Balsamic Onion and Blue Cheese with Basil

We usually do Friday night pizza night with the family. We’re not pizza snobs by any means, so this usually entails walking down to the pier to Cassano’s, a family-friendly (doesn’t matter how loud the kids are or that our little tornado screams “CHOO CHOO,” anytime the train passes by), pizza-by-the-slice-if-you-like joint that serves up one of the best White Pizzas (add basil!) ever. 1,247 more words