Cedar Springs Veal Meat Pies
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I’ve been working with Mountain States Rosen Lamb for a while, and it’s an amazing product.
I recently had an opportunity to make some delicious veal chops courtesy of Mountain States Rosen Lamb and Veal. The product they provide is impeccably fresh, and easy to work with.
Here is my original recipe for Pan-Seared Veal Chops with Honey-Balsamic Sauce
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Spiced Lamb with Honey Balsamic Reduction
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Moroccan stew is delicious.
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Question: What do you do when Chef David Racicot opens a restaurant in Oakmont? You make a reservation. Friday night, we made it down to the opening of Notion, Chef Racicot’s new eating establishment in Oakmont, PA.
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Aladdin’s restaurant in Squirrel Hill has enjoyed a loyal following since its opening. The food is fresh, the restaurant is clean, and the service is good on a consistent basis. What most people don’t know however, is that Aladdin’s Eatery is a chain.
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