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Stubb's Brisket Chili

Stubb’s Brisket Chili

In my latest box of goodies received from Stubb’s I was excited to see some of their new cooking sauces, including the one I used for this excellent chili. This was really, really good, and the kit comes with a package of sauce and a separate spice rub packet, which allows you to adapt the […]

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Stubb's BBQ Bash

Stubb’s Barbecue Bash

Stubb’s sent me another box of goodies to try out, and  they offered to sponsor a backyard barbecue–honestly, who could say no to that? So a party happened, and it included a whole bunch of great food from our smoker and grill. Harrison used his expertise with the grill for the flank steak you see […]

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Tandoori Lamb

Tandoori Lamb Kebabs

If you are lucky enough to live in Colorado you have the opportunity to try Noosa’s new spicy-sweet yoghurt* flavor, Blackberry Serrano.  Noosa sent me some free samples to try (along with the truly fabulous, limited-batch Blood Orange flavor, which is available even outside of the great state of Colorado) and while we were enjoying […]

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Salt Cod Fritters

Salt Cod Fritters

Salt cod is a food I have loved since I was introduced to it as an adult in the form of a creamy, pungent, garlicky Brandade.  It was one of those dishes that was a revelation, and I since that first taste I have sought out salt cod dishes wherever they have appeared on restaurant […]

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Paleo Seafood Salad with Mango and Chosen Foods Mayo Recipe

Tropical Seafood Salad

We have been buying Chosen Foods Avocado Oil for a long time, and it is now my standard cooking oil due to its mild, neutral flavor, high smoke point, and healthy fat profile.  It’s great for baking, pan-searing, or drizzling over salads.  So I was pretty excited when I heard that Chosen Foods was bringing […]

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Grain-free Zucchini Pie

Super Simple Zucchini Pie

As a child of the Midwest I have memories of eating zucchini almost daily during late summer.  It found its way into breads, soups, skillets, and casseroles.  So ubiquitous was this vegetable that when I was in my early teens I spent a productive chunk of time writing a book with my cousin Julie called […]

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