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the end all perfect pie crust

I have made pies. Many, many pies. Pies that have been complete and total failures, some that have just been meh. No one deserves to have a meh pie. Pie ...

fiery three pepper bickles

Thats right. Bickles.  I can eat an entire jar of these crunchy bastards. The step-cousin to the pickle, the pickled bean is an addictive condiment/snack/side. These are packed with a ...

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Sir Kensington's Scooping Ketchup

condiment catch up

I admit it. I am a condiment junkie. Restaurants that have an ...
Best Grilled Cheese Ever

grilled cheese redux

Yesterday I slaved away at the Rosemary Italian Peasant Bread, ok well ...

capture sunshine: canning fresh corn relish

Growing up as a citizen of my parents’ whim, we moved around. ...

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Baked Acorn Squash Quiche

I don’t actually know the definition of the word quiche, but to me, this is a quiche. Although in the place of a conspicuously missing crust, we have an acorn squash. They are pretty ridiculously available this time of year although I have a feeling that they are one of those things that usually ends [...]

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sconed love

Whenever I’m in England, I have to stop at least once and have a nice cream tea. If you’ve never had a cream tea: 1. you are missing out SO MUCH, and 2: it consists of tea (obviously), scones (real scones, not those bullshit plywood triangles Starbucks sells), jam, and clotted cream (if you took [...]

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freshly peeled apples

apple of my eye: the autumn onslaught

  Eating seasonly has been an ongoing experiment in my household. Our first year with a local CSA has been awesome and overwhelming at the same time. We share the weekly bounty with another couple but even with cooking regularly and veggie-heavy, it can be overwhelming. Late spring it was greens coming out of my ears, mid-summer watermelons were [...]

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quick, this is important

Why they have meat as the last chart is something I’ll never understand.

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bayou bounty

So, let me be the first to admit that I am a true sucker for any food that can even remotely be associated with Louisiana. Actually, scratch that; I’m a true sucker for any soul food, but let’s assign it a state for the sake of this post. But why Louisiana, you ask? Because my [...]

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oh, look! there’s no wait at granville moore’s tonight…

And now I know why. It was bound to happen sooner or later. Given all the delightfully sumptuous meals on record in the past few weeks, I knew I was way overdue for a dinner of vast disappointment. This time, it was at the hands of Granville Moore’s. No more hours-long waits for a table [...]

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Italian Rosemary Peasant Bread

give your bread a dutch oven… heh

So after reading so much about using a dutch oven for making the perfect loaf I finally figured, what the hell. I have a pretty wonderful collection from Le Creuset pieces thanks to my husbands culinary themed gift giving prowess. Instead of risking damage to the knob on my dutch oven, I used the Doufeu, one [...]

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Cutting up the veggies

hashtastic breakfast

Today was the first legitimately chilly day of the season and I woke up with a jones for some comfort food. Last year, my husband bought me a set of Le Creuset Mini Cocettes for Christmas and I go to great lengths to incorporate them into meals, especially breakfast. They are perfect for shirred eggs and personal-sized [...]

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mmmmmmmmmussels

So if you’re the slightest bit privy to my personal life, you’ll know that despite my efforts to keep it real and drama-free, it ends up being less like a life and more like a sitcom most of the time. This is, for the most part, manageable, but last week, that sitcom turned and twisted [...]

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recipe for cilantro shirred eggs

comfort in a crock (for two)

It was a balmy 80 degrees today, despite October being at our doorstep. While normally a summer person, this year has been particularly brutal so I anxiously await being able to cook hearty, comforting foods again. On one of the rare cool and rainy days we had recently, I took advantage of the much longed-for weather with some [...]

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