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Sweet Potatoes with Maple-Horseradish Butter

My family always likes to try new recipes; right now everyone is on a “sweet potato” kick! This delightful dish comes from the Food Network Kitchen and graced a sister’s Easter table this year.   199 more words

Maple Syrup

Easter in Poland: Beets with Horseradish

I do not know how to call this traditional Polish side dish… Is it a sauce, a salad, or maybe a topping? Whatever it is, it tastes the best with ham, beef, duck or turkey. 287 more words
Slow Food

salmon potato patties with horseradish and chive aioli

There’s a longstanding argument in my family: whether salmon patties should or should not (and, also, do or do not) include onions.

(Spoilers: Mine do. Sorry Dad.) 1,205 more words

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Bloody Mary Review: CopperMuse Distillery's "Capone"

Yesterday, I had my first Bloody Mary ever at a distillery– well that I can remember! Usually I frequent happening brunch spots or crowded bars, but this time around, I went to CopperMuse Distillery in Fort Collins with my man and two friends. 769 more words

Bloody Mary

Spring finally

So this is the first weekend that really feels like spring. Actually the temperatures kinda climbed suddenly and supposedly tomorrow the temperature will hit 20 which means that it feels like summer. 387 more words

Garden

“Unless you have been very, very lucky, you have undoubtedly experienced events in your life that have made you cry. So unless you have been very, very lucky, you know that a good, long session of weeping can often make you feel better, even if your circumstances have not changed one bit.”

― Lemony Snicket, Horseradish

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If There's Horseradish Why Aren't There Other Animal Radishes?

Condiments are interesting things. Typically you find them in small wee sachets in pubs, restaurants, cafes, and insane asylums. You rip them open, get a load of the sauce over your fingers, and then squeeze a tiny smudge onto whatever you’re eating. 312 more words

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