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Penne Pasta with Chicken

Easy Pad Thai Style Peanut and Chicken Penne

November 21, 2011 | 4 Comments

When my wife, my best friend, and my son, my precious precious little man, are out-of-town, I don’t cook daily.  I cook every few days and eat the same meal for lunch and dinner until...

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Turkey-Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Burgers

November 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

Food is fuel.  We eat to function, but food is also pleasure.  If food was only fuel, we’d be happy with a bowl of rice and steamed vegetables...

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Two Bean Soup with Kale (Thank You to Ann)

November 10, 2011 | 4 Comments

One night in April I sat down in front of the TV with a can of beer and bag of chips fooling myself into thinking that was dinner.  A light went on in my mind...

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Jamie Oliver's Sweet Leek and Turkey Pie

Turkey and Leek Pie, inspired by Jamie Oliver

November 8, 2011 | 4 Comments

Turkey's are big. More often than not, there's more leftover turkey than you want to see. Our 25lb bird is a little big and there's limit to the number of turkey sandwiches, turkey salad and...

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Cook Books on a Shelf in Crate and Barrel

For my friends: Kosher Cooking Carnival

October 30, 2011 | 6 Comments

For some, food is fuel.  For others, food is art.  For both, there's a delicate balance that must be found so the art can be appreciated, and the fuel can keep us going.  Not every...

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Soup Vegetables

The Best Chicken Soup Ever

October 23, 2011 | 2 Comments

Sunday didn't really go quite a planned.  We didn't learn how to can our own produce at the farm.  We didn't make it to the Truman Museum or Clinton's Soda Factory in Independence, MO.  We did...

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Before relocating to the Mid West earlier this year, my terra firma was the streets of Jerusalem.  I know my way around that city better than any place I have ever lived or visited.  I knew...

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Roast on a gridle

New Year Shoulder Roast

October 4, 2011 | 2 Comments

The Jewish New Year, Rosh HaShana, has passed, and with it, the first of three multi-day eating marathons of the season been completed.  You see, the Jewish New Year is not celebrated in the same...

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