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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December 9, 2011
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Fårikål is a traditional Norwegian dish, consisting of mutton, cabbage, whole black pepper corns and a little wheat flour, cooked for several hours in a stew pot and served with boiled potatoes (no surprise there for a Norwegian dish). Fårikål translates directly to “sheep in cabbage”. Originally a dish from the Western part of Norway, this “bucket of bah” is now enjoyed in all parts of […]

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December 3, 2011
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Post Thanksgiving Meat Hangover got you down? This is the time of year between Thanksgiving and Christmas that I like to try and cut back on the meat, fish and poultry. After gorging ourselves on Thanksgiving turkey, vegetarian and vegan dishes are a breath of fresh air and a great way to wipe the plate […]

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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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While We Play Catch Up: Lamb Tagine

August 10, 2011
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Hey everyone! We’re back from a few weeks away in London and Norway. I’m making quite the effort to catch up but can’t seem to make any headway, so in lieu of a shiny, new post about our travels here is a recipe I’ve kept tucked away for emergencies such as this. Lamb Tagine. It’s […]

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