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Stewed Mayocoba Beans

Mayocoba, or Peruvian beans, are similar to pinto beans in texture and meatiness and taste like a mix between a kidney bean and a lima bean. They are an excellent addition to chili, stew or soup and are fairly inexpensive. … Continue reading

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White Bean Soup with Farro

This is a thick hearty soup that’s perfect for what we hope are the last chilly days of the winter. It’s an adaptation of Mesc-Iua, a Ligurian soup The Silver Spoon says has been around for ages. Taste it and … Continue reading

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Sunday Suppers: A Southern Mashup

We still can’t say y’all with a straight face, but we do love Southern cuisine. Let’s do a little South of the Mason-Dixon mashup with this a la carte menu. Fried Green Tomatoes Fried Okra Jambalaya Shrimp with Redeye Gravy … Continue reading

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Sunday Suppers: Some Chili cause it’s Chilly

Nothing warms you up like a bowl of chili. Try one of these for inspiration. The standard. Or maybe a little more exotic. Or maybe a little color blind. Don’t forget the cornbread.

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The Other Mom’s Pork Chops

When we talk about family recipes, we’re normally talking about Greg’s family. (Cornbread stuffing notwithstanding.) This is a variation of a recipe from Katherine’s mom. It was a favorite growing up, but one she hadn’t thought of in years. We’re … Continue reading

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