Cooking For Crowds

Our Top Five Super Bowl Foods

February 3, 2012

The New Orleans Saints may not be heading to Indy this weekend, but despite what many of us would like to believe, the Super Bowl will still be played. Hey, if nothing else, we’ve got a Manning to root for. For die hard football fans and casual watchers alike, Super Bowl food (running a close […]

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Gumbo Rah! Rah!

January 7, 2012
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Ok people, it’s football time. Alright, fine, it’s been football time for quite a few months already. Let me rephrase, it’s football playoff time. That magical time of year when all of those fairweather fans who wait in the wings throughout the regular season can finally jump on the bandwagon and root! root! root! That […]

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At Home For The Holiday

January 2, 2012
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Happy New Year everyone! This New Year’s Eve we opted to stay in, avoiding the crowds, the drunk drivers and the hassles that most often accompany the annual bacchanalia. In the spirit of avoiding the¬†amateurs, we cajoled a small groups of equally crowd weary friends into joining us at home for the evening. When cooking […]

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Maple Butternut Squash Soup

September 26, 2011
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Here’s an easy and delicious cold weather soup. Don’t balk at the 2 hour cooking time, all you need to do is bake, puree and heat. It’s an easy 1-2-3 dish that is perfect for the Thanksgiving or Christmas holiday, or whenever you need something hearty, flavorful and delicious. Plus, if you have a difficult […]

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