Monthly Archives: July 2011

Halibut with two sauces

Since we’ve moved to St. Louis we haven’t visited nearly as many restaurants as I would like. The problem is 3 fold. 1. We’re busy. Summer, especially before the dreaded heat of August, is notoriously busy for wedding photographers. 2. Our whole lives have changed thanks to the move. I used to work in downtown […]

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Parmesan chicken burgers

When I decided that I wanted to start this blog, I didn’t jump into the posts with two feet. There were things I needed to figure out, like the name for the blog. But I really wanted to get cooking because I was (and still am) obnoxiously excited about this endeavor. Without delving too terribly […]

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Grilled tuna with cannellini bean relish

It’s summertime and you know all I want to do is grill (well… have Hubster grill). But if you’re like most Americans, this “heat dome” is putting a crimp in your outdoor cooking. When the heat started a few weeks ago, Hubster went on a grilling strike. Thankfully this recipe is easy to prepare inside […]

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Citrus green beans

Ah summer produce! I love this time of year. It seems my list for the farmer’s market is getting longer and longer with each trip. On top of that we’re lured in by whatever is fresh (Hubster’s weakness has been mangos and I had to buy some sweet corn after a farmer forced a sample on […]

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Vinegar braised chicken with red onion and portobellos

I was recently asked what my favorite ingredient is. It’s an odd question, I know. One ingredient sprung to mind, but I thought I’d ask Hubster his opinion. Without hesitation he said “vinegar”.  That man knows me well. It may not be one of his favorite flavors, but he’s certainly grown to appreciate vinegar as […]

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