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Taquitooooooooos!!!

Those of you who are fans of Invader Zim will understand why this pic is appropriate for a post about taquitos. And if you’re not familiar with Zim? Go to YouTube or Hulu, search for the show, and bask in … Continue reading

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Coffee-Rubbed London Broil and a Defense of Bobby Flay

I will come out and admit right up front that I am no longer much of a fan of The Food Network. Where it used to be the default destination on my cable remote, I now feel that I’ve mostly … Continue reading

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Classic Meatloaf, Peas and Carrots

Lets take a break from all the diet-friendly, light-and-healthy stuff for a minute and take a brief, delicious detour into comfort-food-land. I don’t know about the rest of you, but here in New York we’ve been buried under over a … Continue reading

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Rustic Greens and Garbanzo Beans with Beef

Here’s another offering for your healthy-and-light(ish)-but-still-delicious files. I picked up the January/February 2011 issue of Cooking Light at the grocery store on a whim, and was pleasantly surprised by the number of tempting recipes and useful tips and techniques within. … Continue reading

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Negimaki – Beef & Scallion Rolls

One of the reasons I love Japanese food as much as I do is its inherent simplicity. Most of my favorite dishes call for just a handful of ingredients, and achieve their delicious success through the perfect balance of salty, … Continue reading

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Goodness, gracious, great balls o’ meat! (Part 2)

I have to admit to being mildly skeptical about this recipe, which is part of the reason that we didn’t make it in the same week that we made all of our other meatball-centric meals. I’m a little wishy-washy when … Continue reading

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Why We Don’t Go Out For Thai

Consider, for a moment, the plight of the peanut-allergic American. If you don’t have to worry about dying from accidental contact with this particular legume, you probably don’t even realize how much it’s used in everyday foods. Cereals, snacks, candies, … Continue reading

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