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fennel and onion pot roast {updated}

fennel and onion pot roast {updated}

In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve felt pretty less than enthused about blogging lately.  Lots of posts and recipes have gotten half way there, and I just haven’t had the motivation to finish it up and click publish generally because I haven’t felt confident in the quality of what I had to post.  This site … more

korean short ribs

korean short ribs

Thanks to one of my favorite cookbooks of the last year, Korean short ribs have been on our family’s dinner rotation for months now.  My mom made them first, and since then we’ve had them for regular family dinners and big family Sunday lunches.  We’ve used the recipe on pork and beef and chicken.  And it … more

milk braised pork loin (+ savoring winter)

milk braised pork loin (+ savoring winter)

You know what’s really great about the cold weather this year?  It’s like it’s not bothering me at all.  I mean, sure I’m cold.  But compared to last year it’s a million times better.  Because last year not only was it cold (especially with the polar vortex and all), but I was ridiculously constantly sick … more

slow-cooked oven ribs

slow-cooked oven ribs

If there is one thing my family knows food-wise, it is BBQ.  Pulled pork, pulled chicken, smoked ribs, smoked chicken.  We will go for it all, and we often do.  My parents are serious in their critiques of BBQ whenever we go somewhere new, and very rarely do the restaraunts meet expectations.  Usually the ribs … more

red wine braised short ribs

red wine braised short ribs

My family loves personality tests.  Actually, let me clarify that.  My mother and I love personality tests, and we love making the rest of the family take them so that we can analyze how we all interact together.  We’ve all taken the Myers-Briggs (I am an INFJ and Gerrit is an ENFJ which I find … more