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Perfect Roast Chicken Dinner @ysilver

How To Make A Perfect Roast Chicken Dinner

September 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

I love roasted chicken.  My wife enjoys the thighs and legs, I enjoy the chicken breast, and we can happily dine on a chicken dinner with all the trimmings and a bottle of Chardonnay.  Overcook...

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Cilantro Coconut Poached Salmon

Cilantro & Coconut Poached Salmon

June 17, 2014 | 1 Comments

Quick recipes are my favorite at the moment.  The kind of recipes that don’t need much prep and cook quickly.  I have a tremendous amount of appreciation for any nutritious dish I can shop for,...

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Homemade dried tomatoes

How to Make Homemade Dried Tomatoes

April 30, 2014 | 4 Comments

Our local grocery store, Sprouts Market, change their weekly specials every Wednesday (and specials from each week overlap on Wednesday so shop on hump day for maximum savings) and when they reduce the price of...

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About a decade ago, I dated someone for a very short time.  Less than a month, in fact.  During that short period, two moments stick out in my mind.  The first is this Hungarian Pasta...

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Braised Chicken with Golden Beets and Kale

Braised Chicken with Golden Beets and Kale

April 17, 2014 | 3 Comments

One advantage of a gluten-reduced, whole-food lifestyle, is that as I see people panic and prepare their Passover menus, I remain worry free.  Passover has always been one of the healthiest weeks of my life....

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Vegetarian Lentil Soup

April 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

I get asked for my lentil soup often, and for the longest time I could have sworn I had posted the recipe online, but time and time again, I was thinking of split pea soup,...

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I’ve been experimenting with braising a lot recently.  I’ve mastered the chicken braised in red wine with golden beets and kale, in fact I have pictures of that dish ready to share with you.  As...

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The word of the week is overwhelmed.  I’m not sure if it was the project at work that took an intense amount of time and energy, the 12 inches of snow, or the fact that there...

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