Monthly Archives: September 2011

Making Kimchi with a Legit Korean Grandmother

I want to make more enormous food. Goat roasts, fish fries, manicotti parties…. I loved Gabrielle Hamilton‘s description of her wedding cake in her recent book Blood Bones and Butter, an enormous ball of barrata for which each guest was given … Continue reading

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Egg’s Gary

Curated for you, a guest post from the venerable Alex Ruck.   Runner up in the Great Chili Cook Off (more on this soon), local restaurant expert, and Pittsburgher to the bone, Ruck has a taste for the aggressive that … Continue reading

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tBLT’s

In a brief moment of concern for our health I bought peppered turkey bacon. About an hour later I looked in the fridge perplexed as to why I thought that was a good idea. It was a pretty hypocritical flash … Continue reading

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The Mood for Muffalettas + Mojitos

When I first met Steve I assured him that I had been to the south, I’d been to New Orleans five times and loved it. He assured me New Orleans was not definitive of the south as a whole. We … Continue reading

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House Sitting

Danielle and I don’t have cable.  So when house sitting for my mom, there’s no question that its TV time.  I don’t consider myself obsessed with food, but for some reason it always seems to be the best thing on. … Continue reading

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