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Bangers and Mash with Onion Gravy

By Katherine Drum roll please…. The bathroom remodel is finally done. Greg will get back to being the regular cook any day now. First he just has to fix a fence, paint a door or two, patch some grout…. Remind … Continue reading

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Pork Chops with Grapes

Fresh grapes are the key to this simple dish. Pork Chops with Grapes 4 pork chops 1″ thick 2 cups small grapes 2 tbsp garlic minced 1 cayenne pepper diced fine 6-8 leaves basil cut into thin ribbons 1/4 cup … Continue reading

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Balsamic Filet Mignon

This is a great spice mixture to pair with the sweet balsamic sauce. Use a 2-3″ thick filet mignon or tenderloin cut of beef. Filet Mignon with Balsamic 2 filet mignon 2 tbsp finely chopped fresh rosemary 1 tbsp black … Continue reading

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Mini Monte Cristos

These sandwiches are pretty decadent so we made them in smaller portions. Of course we then ate two portions each… Previously, we’d only had them at restaurants, but some leftover ham and cheese from a deli tray inspired us. Mini … Continue reading

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Duck Breasts in Orange Sauce

Here is a really quick and fancy way to serve wild or farm raised duck. Juice the oranges, do not buy orange juice. Seared Duck Breasts with Orange 8 wild duck breasts or 4 farm raised some fat trimmed off … Continue reading

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Twelve Days of Christmas: Espresso Bark

This is a great addition to any holiday dessert bar and it’s super easy to make. Feel free to swap out the topping with crushed peppermint, candied nuts or whatever else strikes your fancy. While this is simple to make, … Continue reading

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Braised Red Cabbage

This really made some deli-bought brats sing. While the recipe isn’t super complicated, you’ll need to allow plenty of time for the cabbage to get nice and tender. It took about an hour for us. The recipe is adapted from … Continue reading

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