Peppers

Blackened Red Fish & Creamy Red Pepper Sauce

February 13, 2012
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And we’re done. We’re pleased to announce that we will never, ever be cooking with peppers again. Of any kind. ¬†Alright maybe that’s not quite true, but there will be a little reprieve starting right now. Here is our last pepper recipe. It takes a classic Cajun food and tarts it up a bit with […]

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Kale & Andouille Stuffed Poblanos

February 8, 2012
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Another day, another pepper recipe. Don’t worry, you wont be subjected to them all, I just happen to have enjoyed the few I’ve posted and you thought you might too. I found this recipe to be refreshing as stuffed peppers trend towards the heavy, cheesy, grandmother-y type food. While that certainly has its appropriate time […]

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Roasted Red Pepper & Goat Cheese Soup with Garlic Croutons

February 6, 2012
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We’ve had peppers on the brain lately. Reading about them, writing about them and most definitely cooking them. All for an article to be submitted this weekend for a future publication. (More on that some time later). Unfortunately Gourmand is rather adverse to peppers and no matter how often I serve them covered with delicious […]

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Market Morsels: Goat Shoulder with Turkish Chilis

August 24, 2011
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When I was growing up goat meat was not even a remote thought, especially when it came to a weeknight dinner. Goat cheese, sure, but goat meat? That was a different story entirely. Literally. ¬†The Three Billy Goats Gruff was the extent of my experience with the hoofed creatures and I was happy to keep […]

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Dinner With Friends

March 29, 2011

The Gourmet: If you bother to log on, boot up, power in and search out this site then I don’t need to tell to you about the importance of food. Its cultural, historical, and economic impact are clear, from commodity trade routes carrying pork butts and salt, to the religious importance of breaking bread and sharing wine, to the nationalist rituals […]

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