Pork Chops with Cider Pan Sauce

Pork Chops with Cider Pan Sauce

After talking about it for years, Shawn and I finally signed up for a farmshare/CSA type thing-y. Yup – in November. Not exactly prime harvest time here in upstate New York, but I’m determined to make it work. I figure as packed as my cabinets are, as long as I have a steady stream of […]

Sausage Making 101: Classic Sage Sausage

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Delicious Sage Sausage made at home – it’s not as difficult (or messy!) as you might think! As I mentioned last week, I spent the weekend before last in New York City attending the Wine and Food Festival. The reason for my trip was to help out at the Shop Rite booth at the Grand […]

Jalapeno Popper Stuffed Burger

jalapeno popper stuffed burger

Big, juicy burgers stuffed with a melty jalapeño popper middle? Yessssss! For this month’s Secret Recipe Club,I was paired with Erin from The Spiffy Cookie. The Spiffy Cookie is mainly a baking blog but because I’ve been sharing so many sweets lately (and have another one that I’ll be sharing later this week) I was […]

Crockpot Beef on Weck Sliders #SundaySupper

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There’s so much awesome stuff going on in this recipe that I don’t even know where to start! I’m not even going to talk about how excited I am that football is back because… obviously.

Let’s talk about roast beef instead. Because ohmygodyouguys I made roast beef in the crockpot! Beautiful, medium-rare roast beef. In the crockpot. I’ll give you a minute to let that sink in.

Seriously, I feel like this is life changing. I love roast beef, but making it is kind of a pain in the butt. Not anymore! Throw it in there, let it do it’s thing, and two and a half hours later (a little longer if you want your cooked more) you’re rewarded with a piece of meat that’s cooked so beautifully that it might make you want to cry. There’s going to be a lot of roast beef in my kitchen this winter! Oh yes.

Spicy Korean Tacos with Kimchi

spicy korean tacos

spicy korean tacos

Albany is so far behind the times when it comes to food trends. I think the FroYo trend finally hit its peak here this summer – what, five years late? Food trucks are just starting to gain popularity, but there are still no Korean tacos in sight. At the going rate, I figure we still have two years or so before they start making an appearance. (Korean in general is tricky to find, although there is a decent place to get bi bim bap.)

Luckily I’m pretty good at reverse engineering the flavors that I’ve had when I’ve visited other, more on-the-ball places. Sometimes I even get paid to do it. (Yup, this is another one of the recipes I put together for Old El Paso.)

Apricot-Mustard Baked Ham for #SundaySupper

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mustard apricot baked ham-2