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Vegan Tofu Stir Fry

By Thursday, March 10, 2016 4 Permalink

I've become a vegan! Well at least for the next few weeks... From March 2nd through April 5th I am giving up meat and cheese and eggs and milk and cream and fish and butter and basically everything in life that I love. Why? Mostly for a little dietary reset. Since November, Julia and I have ...

Turkey Lentil Chili

By Thursday, January 14, 2016 0 Permalink

Does chili have beans in it? This is an age old recipe question, whose answer I don't really care about. I don't have a sweeping tradition of great southern cooking to fall back on, so to me chili is a much more open ended concept than how some people describe it. I say, put whatever ...

Winter Crostini

By Thursday, December 10, 2015 0 Permalink

Julia has been fiending for some winter crostini for basically the last 6 months, probably since we did our summertime crostini post. Supposedly she’s even been dreaming about eating this post, and while I might be making fun, I can’t blame her because these puppies turned out comforting and delicious.The biggest difference between winter and every ...

Turkey Sloppy Joes with Zucchini

By Thursday, November 19, 2015 0 Permalink

Sloppy joes make me think of 2 things; comfort and Adam Sandler. The former association makes perfect sense, sloppy joes are warm, saucy, spicy, and savory. Yum. The latter association is mostly due to this bizarre scene from Billy Madison. I don't think I had ever eaten sloppy joes when I first saw this weird and ...

Clam Broth with Garlic and Tomato

By Thursday, October 22, 2015 0 Permalink

Clams are phenomenal. And basically idiot proof. Guys if you want to impress your lady (or man) with a fancy tasting, fancy looking home cooked meal that was a cinch to prepare, this is the recipe for you. There is so much natural flavor locked inside the modest mollusk that all you have to do is gently coax ...

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