Anything boasting “instant dinner party” catches attention because it must mean that it’s even easier and special for family meals. Braised pork ragu over tagliatelle is a hearty meal ideal for cozy eves, yet proves to be a welcome feast for weary weeknights after long work and school days. It [...]
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Can I write about real food and and not address prop 37 — California’s proposition to require that food producers label genetically modified ingredients?
It’s not that I’m entirely against genetically modified foods for instance when it comes to ways to feed the daunting food supply demands or for so I [...]
I’m in a manly house now that my daughter has ventured off to college. Competitions over who can make that shot, replays of Geico commercials, exploding fist bumps, Peter Griffin impressions. What better way to get into all things guy than with some balls?
Everything about these meatballs is surprising.
Seems all my cookouts this summer end up with a seasoned grilled flank steak. Which means all those days after turned out this fine main course salad, first inspired by the guilt-free pages at Cooking Light mag. One hunk of manly meathood – two meals.
This salad turns summer’s bounty on its head and gives fear to the September’s arrival. Charring corn crystalizes the sugars and when combined with tangy mini heirlooms and fragrant basil fresh from the farm box…well, you too might be babbling in menuspeak.
July Bon Appetit offered up this seasonal solution for [...]