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Clam Dip

Clam dip is one of those foodstuffs that seems to polarize people–either you are completely grossed out by the look, taste, and smell of the stuff, or you are looking to scarf the whole bowl by yourself. I have managed … Continue reading

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Braciole

There’s something special about a braciola. Maybe it’s because they tended to show up in the Sunday sauce closer to the holidays, but braciole more than any other meat dish remind me of being very young and hanging out with … Continue reading

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Black Bean Soup

OK, so we’re done with all of the turkey leftovers, right? Normally, Thanksgiving ends with a boiled-down turkey carcass, a dish my cousin affectionately nicknamed “residue soup,” but this year, we did rolled, stuffed turkey breasts, so no bird bones … Continue reading

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Hayleigh’s Pancakes

Look at them: sitting there on the plate, no syrup, no butter, no nothing. Boring, right? Well, that’s just the way Hayleigh likes her pancakes. If you have been reading this blog for a while, you will already know that … Continue reading

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Beans and Cornbread

Ever seen Dinner and a Movie on TBS? It’s off the air now, apparently, and to be honest it’s been a long, long time since I’ve watched the show. Basic concept–every Friday night, TBS shows a movie, and the two … Continue reading

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Tomatoes in October

OK, I admit it. It feels a little¬†wrong to be writing about tomatoes in the middle of¬† October. Pumpkins, sure. Sweet potatoes, no problem. But tomatoes? Of course, this tomato salad tastes much better in the middle of summer, with … Continue reading

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Hoisin Glazed Chicken

I can remember the first time I had hoisin sauce–it was a condiment for mu shu pork. I was probably not much older than Josh, and I loved it. Maybe taste buds are genetic, because Josh loves it too. True … Continue reading

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