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Chimichurri

I have a refrigerator full of condiments: three brands of grainy mustard, hot sauces of various national origin, murky jars of pickled vegetables, soy sauces and dressings and good old Heinz 57. My favorites, though, are the ones I make … Continue reading

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Grilled Herbed Chicken

I’m a big fan of grilling (No pots and pans to clean! Big flavor!) and a big fan of chicken (Delicious! Affordable!) but typically uninterested when the two get together. Either the bird gets dried out, or a too-sweet barbecue … Continue reading

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Green Goddess Dressing

Invented at San Francisco’s Palace Hotel in 1923, in homage to a hit play of the same name, Green Goddess dressing also gets its name from its smiley-happy shade of celadon green, flecked with chives and parsley. Local food columnist … Continue reading

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Garlicky White Beans

I’ve been waiting for just the right time to introduce you. I didn’t want rush things. I realized I had to earn your trust a bit, because really, who’s going to get excited over a heap of beans? Hopefully you. … Continue reading

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Roasted Branzino

On the weekend following Thanksgiving, a condition we might refer to as Leftovers Fatigue typically sets in. The siren song of starches and turkey sandwiches suddenly grates the ears. The idea of pecan pie makes my teeth ache and my … Continue reading

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