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Snacks that Satisfy: Pork By Fork Year of Pork Giveaway

Snacks that Satisfy: Pork By Fork Year of Pork Giveaway

ShareTweet Overnight, my little boy turned into one of those smelly, perpetual motion creatures with a bottomless appetite. I pick him up from the playground, sweaty from heated games of kickball, and his stomach is rumbling. Back in the kitchen, he eats and eats, but cookies and fruit just don’t do the trick. It takesContinue Reading

Chocolate Pot de Creme: an Obsession Worth Every Calorie

Chocolate Pot de Creme: an Obsession Worth Every Calorie

ShareTweet Some recipes just beg to be made again, and be made again quickly.  I made Rooibos Pots de Creme last week and they were so creamy, so decadent, that I had to make another batch. I’d be playing tennis or talking to friends, and suddenly all I could think about was sinking my spoonContinue Reading

Brownie Meringue Pie for No-Fruititarians

Brownie Meringue Pie for No-Fruititarians

ShareTweet My oldest daughter is a strict non-fruititarian. The last time she ate any type of fruit was on the tip of a plastic coated baby spoon, ten years ago. She eats her vegetables with gusto, but refuses sweeter and juicier produce. We’ve tried to entice her with rewards, peer pressure, and threats with fruitsContinue Reading

How to Make Salted Caramel Sauce

How to Make Salted Caramel Sauce

ShareTweet Salted caramel is a trend I can’t imagine getting tired of. I get bacon fatigue. Bacon donuts, bacon ice cream, as a nation, I’d say we’ve achieved bacon overload. But call me naive, I don’t think we’ll reach that point with salted caramel, as long as it’s made with quality ingredients. Real sugar. RealContinue Reading

Rustic Pear Tart

Rustic Pear Tart

ShareTweet Rustic Pear Tart Amish Chicken Slow Roasted Baby Beets Hand-Carved Turkey Heirloom Tomatoes Micro Greens Isn’t it amazing how one well chosen adjective can make a dish sound irresistible? Once a marketer, always a marketer. My days slogging hours devising marketing strategies in a little cubicle are long behind me, but my fascination withContinue Reading