Cranberries Gone Wild And Our 5th Anniversary Favorites

This week marks the 5th anniversary of this column, and Tony, Gio and I wish to thank you for being part of our lives for the past five years. Writing this column is one of the best, and most fun, projects we’ve participated in together, and we love having this opportunity to share our passion…
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Comforting Beef With Barley Soup – It’s What’s For Dinner

SPECIAL NOTE: This Wednesday is our 5th Anniversary as food columnists for The Forum, and we are celebrating with a 5th Anniversary Giveaway, featuring a prize basket that includes a copy of our cookbook “Party on the Prairie,” a bottle of our favorite Greek extra virgin olive oil, and other holiday treats. CLICK HERE for…
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5th Anniversary Giveaway For Foodies!

On Wednesday, November 15th we will be celebrating our fifth anniversary as food columnists for The Forum, and we’d love to include you in our celebration with a chance to win a foodie prize basket featuring a copy of our cookbook, Party on the Prairie, one bottle of our favorite Greek extra virgin olive oil,…
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Fill Your Freezer With Homemade Chicken Stock Because Soup Season Is Here!

Soup season is here, and every fall we hail its arrival by preparing a big batch of Homemade Chicken Stock. Making stock from scratch is easy, affordable, nutritious and a great way to ensure that you have this pantry staple on hand whenever it’s needed. Making your own stock is also a great way to…
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Mastering The Scaloppine Method

This week we’re going to expand upon one of our favorite culinary techniques: preparing meat in the scaloppine style. Scaloppine is an Italian term for a dish featuring cutlets of meat, or “scallops”, which are pounded thin, then dredged in flour and sautéed. In other words, it’s a fancy term for an easy technique that,…
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