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Published: 2004-10-28T15:57:01-06:00

 



Dave's Stout Chili: Warming Comfort Food

2004-10-28T15:57:01-06:00

In late fall and through the winter, we always have homemade chili in the freezer. Whether served over cornbread, rice, pasta, or by itself, this dish makes a cold day warmer with the help of chili powder and hot peppers....



Favorite Comfort Foods For Winter

2004-10-27T17:17:12-06:00

It's hard to think about warming comfort foods when our daytime highs are in the 80's, but fall and winter are the perfect time for these entrées. Here are my five favorite winter comfort foods: Chili: When I was growing...



Good Foods Fight Illness

2004-10-24T18:23:23-06:00

In my quest for ways to combine my love of food, science and good health, I sometimes turn up surprising information. This new study reports that onions and shallots can help fight cancer. Apparently, the stinkier the onion, the greater...



Chocolate Library and Bread Coffee Chocolate Yoga

2004-10-22T10:29:38-06:00

One of the foods that we love most is chocolate, especially rich, dark chocolates. Scharffen Berger is one of our (and Martha Stewart's) favorite chocolatiers, and they have produced a "chocolate library" on their website. All types of chocolate topics...



Holiday Family Cookbook

2004-10-19T21:52:08-06:00

This year, we decided that as a holiday present to our family and friends, we would produce a family cookbook. Given our backgrounds in the graphic arts, this should be a fun and relatively easy task. First, we solicited recipes...



Birthday Smörgåpasto Buffet

2004-10-18T17:53:30-06:00

Linda's birthday was last week, and Friday night we had a surprise party for her. When the party committee (two of Linda's sisters, her mother and myself) convened via e-mail, we decided to keep things simple. The resulting combination...



Linda's Birthday Meal

2004-10-13T22:40:54-06:00

Today is Linda's birthday. Since she worked later than me, I made her one of her favorite meals, lamb chops. The wonderful thing about tonight's meal was its simplicity. I salted and peppered the lamb chops, seared them, then...



Corn Dogs

2004-10-11T22:02:36-06:00

My wife and I are extremely food-compatible. With adventurous palates, there is little that we cannot share and enjoy together. Unfortunately, though, she cannot fathom the joys I find in that great American treat, the corn dog. When I read...



Fall Garden

2004-09-26T22:27:15-06:00

Before we left on vacation, we were sure to put in our fall garden. We'll be watching the radishes, lettuces, arugula, mixed greens, and beets mature as our tomatoes and peppers wane. Thankfully, we'll be harvesting from our winter garden...



Food In Austin

2004-09-25T16:31:28-06:00

We just got back from Austin, TX where we traveled for the Austin City Limits music festival. Whenever we're dining in an unfamiliar town, eating is always an adventure. We tend to use my parents' on-the-road restaurant guide-- if it's...



Salads From The Lawn and Garden

2004-09-06T22:38:41-06:00

At our house, a salad is never a lonely section of iceberg lettuce. Our garden offers greens of several varieties, from arugula (aka rocket, as I've heard it called in the south), mixed lettuces, and herbs. Added to the greens...



My Father's Vegetable Garden

2004-09-02T20:59:33-06:00

All this talk about fresh fruit farms and vegetable gardens makes me think back about the garden of my childhood. My father grew up farming and picking cotton in South Carolina. His time in Japan during WWII influenced his plant...



Fresh Tomato Toss (Tossed Two Directions)

2004-08-31T22:29:17-06:00

During the summer, fresh tomatoes are plentiful. Whether from our garden, friends, or the farmers market, we always have several varieties of tomatoes available. One of our favorite summer dishes is what my wife calls "Fresh Tomato Toss." This fresh...



My Lost Love For Cilantro (Cilantro Pesto)

2004-08-30T22:45:21-06:00

The love of my life adds much to my daily existence. She adds appreciation to many things, but sadly has taken away my love for cilantro. I used to love cilantro, there could never be too much of this herb...



Limeade For Summer Refreshment

2004-08-26T21:56:57-06:00

In my attempt to kick my Pepsi habit, I've been experimenting with fruit beverages this summer. Three shots of cranberry juice to a 16 ounce tumbler of water has gotten old, so I decided to try my hand at good...