Heirloom Apples Abound This weekend I had the opportunity to attend a Fall apple tasting at the Historic Harriton House in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Hosted by curator Bruce Gill who collects heirloom apples from various locations throughout the area, some varieties over 300 years old and still being grown for eating “out of hand”, baking […]
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Consummate Side Dish Recipe For Fall Vegetables I’m always looking for great side dishes that are easy to make and don’t take forever to prepare. For years I thought a meal was all about the main ingredient – a chicken breast, a pork chop, a piece of fish, but over the years I’ve realized what […]
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Fall Soup Recipes I was sent an email from PersonalCreations promoting this cool infographic for fall soups that I thought you might enjoy. It offers some very simple ideas for classic Fall soups. If you are interested, I have posted many of these same soups on my site that are a little more involved and […]
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How to Make a Great Sloppy Joe Sandwich I purchased some grass fed, organic ground beef from Whole Foods and was going to grill some hamburgers for dinner when my wife said she was in the mood for comfort food and would I make Sloppy Joe’s instead. I haven’t made Sloppy Joe’s in years so […]
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The Difference Between Cooking for Pleasure or As A Career Although most of the top culinary institutions and trade schools gear their curriculum toward students who desire to make a career out of cooking, the end goal doesn’t have to be a job in a restaurant or hotel. In fact, growing numbers of students at […]
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