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    Standing Rib Roast for a Small Crowd

    This is this week’s Downton Abbey recipe post, and a culinary commentary on the changing times of the English aristocracy in the early 20th century.  Ok, no it’s not.  It is a commentary on the fact the normally exorbitantly priced prime bone in rib roast was on crazy sale at one of my favorite supermarkets... MORE

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    Recipe: Shredded Sauteed Brussels Sprouts

    Engaging in a conversation about brussels sprouts often leads to disagreement.  Many strong opinions here, love/hate, roasted vs. sauteed, whole vs. halved vs. sliced, shredded vs. “petals.”  I love them all ways — my family has differing opinions.  This recipe pleased three out of four of us, and to paraphrase Meatloaf (the singer, not the... MORE

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    Recipe: Dijon and Honey Crusted Pork Tenderloins

    Though the ladies of Downton look like they subsist for the most part on tea and good manners, we do know that there is food and lots of it being served at the Abbey.  Lord Grantham looks like he is the type to enjoy a roast meat or two with regularity. Pork loins are one... MORE

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    One Pot Cod, Cabbage and Edamame

    We were late to the Downton Abbey game, my family was, but what we lacked in timing we made up for in zeal. We slammed down the first three seasons over the course of a couple of months in what felt like the equivalent of a chugging contest (do you remember the scene where Tom’s... MORE

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    The January 2014 Fridge

    Here is a truism that I am holding close as we sail into 2014 after a seriously long and decadent holiday season: you can’t cook what you don’t have.  Between Thansgivingikuh, my younger son’s birthday (which gets overcompensated for since he is wedged into the Thanksgiving season), the holiday parties, the New Year’s celebrations, the... MORE

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    Recipe: Cannellini Bean Dip with Lemon and Parmesan

    Not only is this fast and easy, but it’s also (shhhh….) really inexpensive.  But it tastes fresh and lush at the same time, and there’s something very special about a homemade dip or spread, versus the store-bought stuff.   (And if you’re in splurge mode, do not miss Hot Crab and Corn Dip.)  A food processor... MORE

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