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Beef Pot Roast with Red Wine Gravy

If you’re not familiar with Romertopf®, it is a type of earthenware. The Römertopf® is made using some types of clay. The clay is porous and left unglazed, allowing the Romertopf® to breathe during the cooking process. Food cooked in … Continue reading

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Herb Roasted Chicken and Vegetables

We debated going out for Sunday dinner versus staying home. If we stayed home, it meant devoting much of the afternoon to meal preparation. Neither choice seemed satisfactory. Fortunately, we found this recipe that allowed us a home-cooked meal with … Continue reading

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Slow-Cooker Scalloped Potatoes

Scalloped potatoes are great, but the usual preparation requires the better part of an hour in the oven. That’s OK if you don’t have any other dishes requiring other temperature settings in competition for time in the oven. Reheating is … Continue reading

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Beef and Guinness Stew

This recipe comes from recipetineats.com; the author is Nagi, from Sydney, Australia, but the flavor is dependent upon Irish beer. The chef for this stew clearly states there is no satisfactory substitute. Importantly, you will not taste any beer in … Continue reading

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Grilled Skirt Steak with Poblano Peppers and Onions

We have long been fans of Indian-American chefs. Their familiarity with complex spice and flavor blend has always impressed us. Indeed, chef Julie Sahni was the inspiration for starting our blog several years ago. Now there is another star in … Continue reading

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Wild Rice Casserole

  This is our version of the Minnesota classic, wild rice casserole. If you’re not from Minnesota, you may not know that wild rice is not an uncultivated variety of rice. Wild rice is a genetic cousin to the Asian … Continue reading

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Heavenly Sprouts

This recipe also comes from Casey Stewart of Stockton, California. It was printed in the Thanksgiving 2015 issue of the Penzey’s catalog on page 34. We found this was a nice break from the many variations on oven-roasted Brussel sprouts, which … Continue reading

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