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Shredded brisket and pappardelle

Now this, I thought to myself as I dined at Rosette with a friend, is what you should eat in the summertime. I wasn’t referring to the glorious mess of shredded brisket and pappardelle that you see above.  1,020 more words


Victoria's Maple Syrup and Garlic-Roasted Chicken with On-Ke's Coconut Oil-Roasted Sweet Potatoes

No one likes to admit weakness, but I will here: after years of heavy teaching loads and graduate school stress, I am prone to burn out. 1,425 more words


Texas-Style Cottage Pie with Roasted Sweet Potatoes and A.1. Compound Butter

Considering the extent of my bacon advocacy, most people are surprised to find out that I used to be a vegetarian. That was not a choice based on any kind of moral imperative. 1,156 more words


Classic Gratin Dauphinois (Potato Gratin)

The best gratin dauphinois that I have ever had was made many years ago by a woman in the Dordogne.

The future stepmother of my companion at the time had a chateau in the  1,093 more words


Mustard-Butter Chicken and Roasted Savoy Cabbage

I cannot take credit for this meal; that distinction belongs to the amazing Hannah over at Inherit the Spoon. For about a year now (or maybe it has been longer — I’m getting forgetful), I have been following this her adventures in life and in the kitchen. 123 more words


A Holiday Tradition from Me to You: Ye Olde Sizzling Bacon Yule Log

How many of you remember The Yule Log Show on television?

To those unfamiliar with it, the Yule Log Show was a program traditionally aired on American network television on Christmas Day from about 9am to 2pm. 161 more words