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Apple Pork Medallions

  There is just something about the combination of apples and pork when the air gets crisp, and nature shows off its colors in a vibrant display. Apple Pork Loin Medallions stir up for me all the nostalgia I feel ...

“Pozole” Verde

  For twelve years, I lived in Arizona, where authentic Mexican food was within three feet of me at any one time. Oh, friend.  That food was a-MA-zing. The homemade tortillas! The (very) hot salsas! The margaritas! (Ahem.) When I ...

Cherry Basil Bruschetta

Once upon a time, we lived in the country. During that magical time, we had a ginormous garden. In the first year, we had 17 tomato plants of several varieties. There is nothing like fresh tomatoes in summer – until ...

Grilled Peaches with Basil Aioli

  There are very few things I appreciate about summer in the south (hello, heat and humidity!), but summer peaches? Oh, how I love them! They are fragrant, juicy, not too sweet, and not too tart — basically the perfect ...

Banh Mi Bowls

  FlavuhflavuhFLAVE! Sometimes, you just need something to wake up your mouth. If you’re like me, you might miss the powerful flavors of hot peppers in a dish. There are ways, my friends, to achieve super flavor without triggering a ...

Saltimbocca Skewers with Sage Pistou

  Oh how I love Italian food! And oh how I miss all the things. But scoot in your chair, friend, because I have a secret to tell you… Italian food is not just pasta. Yesssss! Hands raised to the sky, ...

Tender and Tangy Brisket

I grew up in Montana, where April was still quite cold. Our Easter photos were hastily taken outside in the frosty grass. We smiled through chattering teeth just long enough to snap a photo, then hurried inside for the actual ...