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Air Fryer Brats

Beer. Butter. Brats. Onion. Garlic. That is all I need for our fave preparation for brats before grilling, or, in this case, popping ’em in the air fryer for 15 or 20 minutes (though, air fryers will vary, so check … Continue reading

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Sesame Ginger Salad Dressing

While on vacation last week, I had this pretty terrific salad on the plane. It was thinly sliced steak and cabbage and lettuce and daikon and carrots and such over a bed of rice noodles with a nice sesame ginger … Continue reading

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Drunken Noodles

So, first thing, this recipe from Nigella Lawson is as alcohol-free as it is gluten-free. I *think* the name comes from the fact that it is really effective after a night out on the town, or perhaps evening the morning … Continue reading

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Pressure Cooker Risotto With Pork

If you have a multi-pot, risotto is a pretty terrific, really easy, and pretty fast dinner option for most any day. I had some leftover marinated pork ends, stock, and shredded cheese that I turned into this tasty plate of … Continue reading

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Asian-Inspired Chicken Thighs

Sadly, I did not make a note of where I came across this recipe, because, credit as credit is due, it is delicious! And, the only real change I made was to replace the called for soy sauce with lower … Continue reading

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Fromage Fort

Literally “Strong Cheese” this is a classic French way to use up all those bits of cheese leftover from gatherings. What cheese? All of ’em, Katie! Jaques Pépin’s dad would use a combination of Camembert, Brie, Swiss, blue cheese and … Continue reading

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Red Clam Sauce

Last month, I came across a vintage advertisement from the nice folx at Campbell’s soup, detailing all the fun ways you could use their tomato soup with pasta. The one that caught my eye was their take on red clam … Continue reading

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These ‘shrooms sautéed in butter get a fancy French name because of the way they are sautéed in butter. Shown here, spread out on puff pastry, then topped with Bacon Jam, you can see that they are very finely chopped, … Continue reading

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Baked Bean Soup – Now With Beef!

When I first came across this recipe a couple of years ago, it called for using ham, and that is what I used. This time, though, I came across some sirloin steak tips at Trader Joe’s and thought, “Why not?” … Continue reading

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Garlic and Ginger Cabbage

The original version of this recipe from allrecipes.com, called for using Taiwanese cabbage, but I found that a bag of coleslaw mix worked at treat, and that it all made a pretty terrific base for my Pork Tacos. Of course, … Continue reading

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