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Spiced Nuts
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01/04/2014
Andrea J. Bartholomew
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These herbed and spiced nuts are great to serve as a simple appetizer, or alongside your favorite beer or cocktail. For some glorious cocktail hour suggestions, which pair well with this crunchy treat, try some of our popular recipes below: Cosmopolitan Cocktail Blood Orange Margarita Perfect Manhattan Calvados and Maple Syrup Cocktail Dark and Stormy… View Article

Roasted Chicken w/ Olives, Garlic, Lemon, Vermouth, Red Potatoes
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12/17/2013
Andrea J. Bartholomew
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Here’s a comforting martini-style slow roast chicken recipe, punctuated by dry vermouth, briny olives, sweet garlic, tart lemons and creamy potatoes. For another gloriously easy lazy person’s chicken try this Slow Roast Chicken with Lemon and Garlic. Chicken with Olives, Garlic, Lemon and Potatoes Author: The Framed Table Ingredients 4 lbs chicken, drumsticks and thighs 1… View Article

Crab Bake
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12/11/2013
Andrea J. Bartholomew
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Serve baked crab with crusty bread and a cold beer. Crab Bake Author: The Framed Table Ingredients 8 oz cooked crab meat 1 tbsp parsley, chopped 2 tbsp gin 2 tbsp Dijon mustard 4 tbsp grated cheddar ground black pepper 1 peeled whole onion 5 or 6 cloves 1.5 cups milk 1 small bay leaf 2… View Article

Sweet Potato Risotto with Bacon
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11/24/2013
Andrea J. Bartholomew
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Risotto is a comfort food that requires no special skill other than patience.  Arborio rice is typically used to make risotto due to its short grains and high starch content, giving the dish its creamy texture.  Paul usually makes his risotto with parmesan or mushrooms, but his latest experiment with sweet potato gave this savory… View Article

Lobster Macaroni & Cheese
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11/05/2013
Andrea J. Bartholomew
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Thomas Jefferson did not invent macaroni and cheese.  Our third President was however famously obsessed with the pasta and cheese dishes he enjoyed in Europe, so much so that he had a macaroni machine delivered from Italy to Monticello in Virginia so he could serve “macaroni” (his word for any kind of pasta) to his… View Article

English Muffins
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09/15/2013
Andrea J. Bartholomew
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Home made English Muffins are one of the most exciting things we’ve made recently.  It’s not that we’re boring people, it’s just that after a lifetime of buying them off the shelf, cradled in suffocating cellophane-covered boxes, it was extremely satisfying to cook these uncaged, free-range muffins on our own griddle at home.  After some… View Article

Grilled Pizza with Clams, Arugula and Peppers
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07/28/2013
Andrea J. Bartholomew
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When it’s the middle of summer and too hot to think about heating up the kitchen for homemade pizza, we turn our outdoor grill into a blazing hot pizza oven.  Grilling pizza directly on the grill grates can be a harrowing experience, and didn’t really give us the kind of uniformly charred and crispy bottom… View Article

Pork Chops w Tart Cherries & Mint Chutney
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06/23/2013
Andrea J. Bartholomew
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Tart cherries, also known as sour cherries, aren’t just for dessert.  Here’s a simple recipe using them as a dressing for succulent seared pork chops.  Pair this with a Riesling, or even champagne for an elegant summer night indulgence. For our classic Tart Cherry Pie recipe, click here. Seared Pork Chops with Tart Cherries and… View Article

New England Clam Chowder
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05/21/2013
Andrea J. Bartholomew
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What would an 18th century soup recipe be without a bit of controversy stirred in?  New England clam chowder is a cream or milk based soup made with fresh clams, onions and potatoes and absolutely NO tomatoes.  With New York’s debut of the tomato based Manhattan clam chowder in the 1930s, the polarization on the… View Article

Reuben Sandwich
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04/24/2013
Andrea J. Bartholomew
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In 1914, the Reuben was reportedly created in New York by restaurant owner Arnold Reuben, Jr. for a hungry actress named Annette Seelos.  The Reuben was also supposedly invented in 1925, when Omaha grocer and poker player Reuben Kulakofsky made this sandwich for his fellow poker players, one of them being Charles Schimmel who added… View Article

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