This post was co-authored (really the recipe was co-cooked) by @taylorbarstow At some point during the winter, I inevitably will get a serious craving for some delicious and wholesome braised beef short ribs. With winter waning, a few of us on a ‘dudes night’ decided to do something we rarely all do together: cook. It [...]
Ever since I had a bowl of “3-X” at The Texas Chili Parlor – the famous spot in Austin, I’ve been enchanted by the call of the Red. A pot of chili creates an excitement and sense of history. Most of what I know about chili came from an article in Esquire magazine from [...]
Camellia Grill is a 70 year-old classy short-order diner, famous for its sandwiches, breakfast all day, pies and “freezes.” Hurricane Katrina closed down this staple of the Uptown-Riverbend neighborhood. Luckily, its persuasive fan base (evidenced by the number of internet postings referring to the place, its wikipedia page, and the copious amounts of love letters [...]
Generally speaking, I am not a fan of Rachael Ray. I find her voice annoying, her ingredients sometimes questionable, and her end results unappetizing. I am not alone in this, of course, as this article shows. However, among the Tex-Mex Pasta dishes and the various incarnations of “Stoup”, there are a few rare gems. One [...]
This weekend I made stew. Steaming hot, thick and meaty, spotted with bites of carrots, potatoes and chestnuts. Can you say fall? Though the stew was absolutely delicious, and the effects of comfort food are wonderful and reliable, my favorite part of the whole experience was the method used. My lovely friend Jerry, with whom [...]
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