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Brussels Sprouts and Leek Gratin

The first year we moved to the Lowcountry, we had a really sad Thanksgiving. Chef J had to work of course. The Boy and I didn’t want him to come home to an empty house on such a family oriented holiday so we opted not to travel back home without him. 1,274 more words

Kosher Adaptable

Roasted Root Vegetables with a Sesame & Maple Glaze

The month of October is slowly welcoming the change of colors on the leaves. This is the first year that the hubby and I will be celebrating the fall abroad. 342 more words


A September of Turbulent Times, Simple Servings, Hunger Action

These past few weeks have been unsettling. There is hardly an hour of any day that goes by that there is not another story of worldwide familial sadness confronting us. 349 more words

Sea Salt

You say tomato, I say "tomahto"...

I am not sure I would call the whole thing off, and some folks will have probably already seen the featured picture on FaceBook, but I thought I would go ahead and commit this short, but extraordinarily tasty recipe to the food blog.   343 more words


Whole grain focaccia

I absolutely love a good focaccia. Focaccia is one of those sides that fit with almost any meal. You just change the seasoning on top (or inside) of the bread to fit whatever you are pairing it with. 306 more words


Summer potato salad

Even if the calendar says June and it is supposed to be Summer, the weather seems to think it is October! The wind is howling outside and it is raining horizontally. 430 more words


Grilled Grapes, You Are Just Going to Have to Trust Me . . .

My in-laws (The Ps) are amazing cooks. No, really. Amazing cooks. Each of them has a few things they are well known for. GaGa is from southern Oklahoma so you just KNOW that the lady can cook up some chicken fried steak and King Ranch and, lord, can she bake. 586 more words