Archive for Vintage Eats - page 2

Crispy Prosciutto Wrapped Medjool Dates with Creamy Goat Cheese Filling

So, not sure when or why this happened (though I suspect it was from my recent “vacation” to Williams-Sonoma), but I have been slightly obsessed with recipes for dates and figs. This was also helped along by a GORGEOUS selection of figs on sale at…

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San Francisco Garlic Fries

So, my brother has once again sent me a fantabulous recipe to share via my blog. I think I am slowly turning him into my assistant with all of the glorious treats he has unearthed for me in the past month. All part of my…

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Churchill Brown Sugar and Bourbon Ribs

Well, as your party gets going, and the drinks inevitably start flowing…time to serve up a dish that will stick to your guests ribs.  And what better food to do so with than ribs themselves! I have to admit…I salivate just reading the ingredients list…this…

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Off to the Races! Cooking with Bourbon for the Kentucky Derby

Well, the season is upon us. The leaves are sprouting, birds are chirping, the flowers are in bloom, and your guests are donned in seersucker suits and and outrageously embellished hats, laughing and cheering in their Sunday best whilst getting tipsy on Bourbon. This can…

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Recollections of an East Coast Spain

Every so often, I stumble across a great memory from my days living in cities other than DC that makes all of my travels worth the effort. I don’t know whether it’s a negative or a positive to say that I have lived like a…

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Short Rib Ragu with Papardelle and Pecorino Romano Cheese [recipe]

For me, cooking is all about the process. It soothes and relaxes me to wake up on a Saturday or Sunday morning and stroll into the kitchen to arrange my ingredients for a day of slow paced, home cooking made with care and patience. Well,…

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brunch reTREAT recipes: Grits, Cheese & Onion Souffles

Every so often, I come across a recipe that makes me feel as voracious as my bulldog Cooper when my Mom puts the food dish down for dinner. This recipe courtesy of The Nesting Project and Bon Appetit is no exception. It sounds like the…

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Morrocan Tagine with Chicken Thighs, Chickpeas, and Peanut Butter

Recipe: Morrocan Tagine with Chicken Thighs, Chickpeas, and Peanut Butter Contributed by: Brian and Brenda Batter – Port Jefferson, New York Summary: This is a crock-pot friendly dish that requires low maintenance for cooking and is kid tested, kid approved by Emma and Ben Batter!…

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