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Cooking in the Country
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When I'm cooking in the summer, I try to use as many seasonal ingredients as possible. With corn and zucchini being in season, I figured why not make a beautiful corn and zucchini pasta with spicy … more
I know this is weird, but have you ever fantasized about a salad? I have many times, and it came from Narrowsburg NY, at The Heron restaurant. If you are a local, you know about The Heron restaurant, … more
Lately I have had an over abundance of fresh summer veggies from friends growing gardens, especially zucchini. Some ways in which I use up my zucchini is by pickling, frying, and sautéeing, but … more
I am not sure how, in my 29 years of existence, I have never tried Jimmy Dean sausage dip until the other day. I was at a backyard bbq and a good friend of mine brought this simple dip. (This was the … more
Recently I went to a backyard BBQ at my good friend April's house. One of my favorite things about a bbq is seeing what each of my friends show up with, and their signature dishes. My very close … more
Heaven is a place on Earth. Do you know how I know? I recently received a bbq smoker from my boyfriend for my birthday and have been in heaven ever since. I've been talking about smokers for years … more
I've seen a lot of the recent news - watching videos, reading articles, and most importantly, listening to the individuals in the streets protesting against the killing of so many innocent lives over … more
I left off with you last week working on my Master classes with Thomas Keller. Lately I have been working on the skills of pureeing, roasting, baking, and most recently… pickling. My Master … more
We all are finding ways to stay busy during this time, whether it be taking your dog on 25 walks a day (my mom), gardening, reading more books, zoom chats, knitting facemasks, saving the world in the … more
After a long day of work, I love to treat my boyfriend to a nice charcuterie board. He is our town's local pharmacist and I am so appreciative and thankful of all of the hard work he is putting in … more
Ramps are my new favorite thing. Rumor has it my grandpa would eat ramps with just a little salt, like he was popping candy. Must be where I get it from. This past weekend I visited my Aunt … more
I find myself reaching out lately to family and friends who I otherwise wouldn't. I don't mean that in a bad way, but work and life sometimes engulfs your social life. I see my cousin Abby at … more
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