Monthly Archives: August 2011

Brett’s Meatloaf

If you’re like me, food that comes in loaf form is the first step toward guaranteeing a good meal. Top that with a simple mushroom sauce and you’ve got the makings of a great meal. This dish is affectionately called … Continue reading

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Rotini with Hot Sausage and Goat Cheese

There are any number of dishes that can be made better with the addition of goat cheese. For those who never tried it, it’s like the creamiest feta you’ve ever tasted (minus the inherent saltiness). It’s like a nutty version … Continue reading

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Jo Jo Fries

Anyone from the Midwest can attest to the awesomeness of jo jo fries–little potato wedges breaded and cooked until both delightfully crispy and enigmatically fluffy. They take a little time to cook, but in the end, they’re totally worth it. … Continue reading

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Quick Side: Roasted Tomatoes

Here’s the thing, the only reason I don’t have a picture to go with today’s recipe is that I ate it too fast. Roasted tomatoes are one of those things wherein it’s actually a pleasure to burn the roof of … Continue reading

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Smoked Sausage and Black Beans

I know it’s a bit too hot outside for some people out there to have a warm bean dish, but there’s a place in my heart for some tasty smoked sausage. SMOKED SAUSAGE AND BLACK BEANS 2 tbsp olive oil … Continue reading

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Summer Fish Tacos / Corn with Cream and Goat Cheese

It’s been a while, folks, but I’m back with a great dish for two or three in the summertime. A clean preparation of fish and veggies paired with a deceptively tasty corn side dish. [A little messy, yes, but I … Continue reading

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