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slow-cooker korean short ribs and a giveaway of “dinner: the playbook”

Earlier this summer, I was selected as one of the 50 blogger-participants for author and blogger Jenny Rosenstrach’s recipe challenge/recipe review for her latest book, Dinner:  The Playbook which is the follow-up to her immensely popular first cookbook, “Dinner:  A Love Story”  - also the name of her equally popular blog.  Her latest book includes a detailed, 30-day […]

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mediterranean ribs

This was actually one of the very first recipes that I put on my blog – and now is a good time to update both the recipe format and pictures in honor of the July 4th holiday because these would make the perfect dish! (And because that post did indeed look like a first-time experience […]

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butter-bathed pork tenderloin with baby bok choy medley & frizzled shallots

Hi there!  Well I hardly ever…or maybe never?……plate and present a dish in a “family-style” way which is probably because when cooking at home, I cook for so few people that it’s a win-win for individual plating vs. serving dishes. Just extra, unnecessary dishes where I live and cook!!  But this dish?!?  It just begged […]

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Bucatini Pasta with Pan-Seared Steak Tips & Belgian Endive

This will be your new go-to weeknight meal! When our nearby The Fresh Market opened, I began buying the pre-cut steak tips from the meat counter to make some fast meals with little prep involved.  It’s an easy as broiling a strip steak – it just makes a little more mess on your stove top […]

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Cook for Julia Aug 5-15 | Aug 8 | Escalopes de Veau Sautees a L’estragon

Um, it’s really veal scallopine if the name of the dish threw you for a second.  It did for me! And what am I working on?  A tribute to and a celebration for the fabulous Julia Child.  PBS has a wonderful group going called “cook for Julia” on social media.  Julia would be 100 years […]

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