On the go or even post work out this is a simple nutritious salad that puts you in the drivers seat.
As a kid, learning to cook a fried egg and bologna sandwich is like teaching me how to load a gun without establishing any safety guidelines. While the combination of griddled bread, egg yolk, mayonnaise, seared bologna, and American cheese is white trash foie gras, perfecting the fried bologna without having made a grilled cheese, … Continue reading Cheats, Lies, and Hucksters (How to Cook a God Damned Grilled Cheese Sandwich)
What you need to know about lentil soup is everyone has their "simple" version. Knowing this, it reminds me how easy it is to get a nutritious hot bowl of soup to the table. It also tells me that it must taste really good if there is a reason to keep publishing simple lentil soup … Continue reading A Delicious Lentil Soup With A Dirty Little Secret
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Some people collect cars, for others it is playing golf, for me, it’s barbecues. I don’t collect them per se but rather I cook with them. Their value isn’t termed by condition but in hours of use. Much like a cast iron skillet I can gauge the worth of a good smoker by the black … Continue reading A Real Winner: Seared Cauliflower Steaks with Salsa Verde and Almonds
Whenever a simple, delicious dish -- like this spicy chickpea curry -- is placed next to me at the table, it doesn't just make me happy; I become protective of it in a selfish, rabid dog sort of way. This recipe is based on Indian khatte channe, which is grounded on good Indian home cooking … Continue reading Spicy Chickpea and Sour Tomato Curry with Pasta
Sadly, as I sit at the bus stop watching my daughters play, I have to tell myself: summer is so last season. All summer I have been grilling vegetables for salads. Mostly zucchini and summer squash; I char it deeply and then chop it and toss it with basil, lemon juice, and olive oil, in … Continue reading Everything but the Hamburger, Special Sauce Included
I can't get enough of taco night. Neither can my wife Amy or my daughters. We love it, and especially me, because I can do everything -- with the exception of chopping with a knife or the food processor -- on the grill. It makes for easy clean-up, and who isn't for easy clean-up? … Continue reading Taco Night on the Grill