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Moroccan-French apricot lamb shoulder

When it’s cold, a slow-braised dish is the ticket. Something that cooks until it’s fall-apart tender, utterly comforting, and perfumes the entire house. I had been kicking around a Middle Eastern-spiced lamb and tested seasonings until I arrived at this, a lamb shoulder that cooks until it is fragrant perfection. 190 more words

Tales From The Cook: What's With The Deli?

A long time ago, there was a girl who fell in a well and drowned. Sad as it might seem, there was a reason for it. 615 more words

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French Gibbons, The Number 5, and some peas

April marks the start of our fifth year at the reins of the madly careening ride that is Plate Fodder. I feel like my somewhat inebriated Uncle Posey heading to town hitched to his blind mule… 826 more words

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