Old School

Because sometimes you just have to respect the classics.  Even after working for some of the best of best in the culinary universe, a chef has to acknowledge their own sentimental favorites.  Sometimes these are guilty secrets (canned green beans, spaghettios, etc.) and actually more enjoyable for the memories they conjure rather than their actual …

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Mums?  Check.  Pumpkins?  Of course– picked fresh off the vine at the patch.  Crisp, sunny days?  Oh yeah.  Chilly, moonlit nights?  Yup.  Fall officially arrived September 23rd, but it wasn’t until more recent weeks that I could truly feel it, and perhaps even more so, smell it.  Woodsmoke, brisk new northern breezes, and the sweet …

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A Writing Cook

The soul of a cook is steeped with the desire to share. This can be done not just through the medium of food, but through words. By combining these forms of expression, a writing cook can more fully experience, capture, and communicate their love of all things savory and sweet. There are few writing cooks …

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