I’ve been obsessed with buttermilk biscuits ever since I ate my first portion of Biscuits and Gravy when I was a kid. I loved the gravy, but the star of the show was the fluffy biscuit. Buttery and dense, the small doughy creation had my attention…
This is an easy to make, delicious, vegetarian 7-layer dip.
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If you like chicken wings, you’re going to love this recipe. Instead of deep-fried chicken wings, these are braised, which means slow-cooked. The result is an unimaginably tender, juicy chicken wing loaded with flavor.
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Not all potato skins are created equally. This is the right way to make delicious skins with gobs of rich melted cheese. If you would prefer the vegetarian version, simply leave off the bacon.
Please be advised that Fede Pasta has posted a calendar on its homepage, and has several events coming up in the month of February. Pasta Classes, an Open House, and Valentine’s Day dinner will be offered. If you have a special event, or are interested in having the Chef design a small cooking class for you and your family or friends, please just ask!
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Vegan Asian Vegetable Soup with Sweet Potatoes, Butternut Squash and Soba Noodles
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From time to time I will experiment with new brands of knives; I’m always looking for the perfect cut… that perfect balance in my hand.
I recently purchased two Shun knives from a well- known distributor.
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Everyone who has lived in the East End of town is familiar with D’s Six Paxs and Dogz. Situated at 118 South Braddock Avenue, D’s has the largest selection of import and micro beers with over 1,000 (yes, that’s three zeros) selections.
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After the holidays, there’s a considerable surge in health club memberships. Everyone is trying to rid themselves of the extra weight they gained overindulging in chocolate, pastries, alcohol, and other holiday goodies.
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Finally, I made it a point to visit Monterey Bay on one of my last vacation days of the year. Ryan and I visited the renowned seafood restaurant for lunch on a Monday afternoon.
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