Category Archives: Recipes

Three nights, three beds: Chicago-style hot dog

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Me and the Blue Whale: Enchilada sauce

As soon as we got off the elevator, the smell was unmistakable—bad shrimp, old fish sticks, and rotten crab cakes, with just a hint of room-temperature lobster tails. As we walked into the restaurant’s kitchen, a murky leak coming from … Continue reading

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There will be blood: City Restaurant Tandoori Chicken

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Adventures at the Faire: Onion burgers, Scones

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Before the fall: Lamb stew

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The Capital of Crunch: Mark Bittman’s granola

  “Crunchy: Used to describe persons who have adjusted or altered their lifestyle for environmental reasons. Crunchy persons tend to be politically strongly left-leaning and may be additionally, but not exclusively,  categorized as vegetarians, vegans, eco-tarians, conservationists, environmentalists, old hippies, bliss ninnies, … Continue reading

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Moved and shaken: Beer Bread

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Move: Tater tot casserole

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Grease thieves or, “the vandals took the handles”: Boned quail with chili-infused honey

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Cooking outside the box: Squid ink pasta with shrimp and sugar peas

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