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Feijoada

Our friend Tuany‘s mom, Rita, came to visit from Brazil and while she was here, we got to cook an old-fashioned feijoada together! Feijoada is a famous beans-and-meat dish of Portuguese origin. It’s similar to several old-world bean stews like French cassoulet and Spanish fabada. In Brazil, it’s usually made with black beans along with lots of…

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Spicy Broccoli Salad

Our friend Satomi is a little famous around the Austin potluck scene for her broccoli salad which includes bacon, raisins and mayonnaise. Sounds weird as hell but it’s really tasty. I wanted to come up with a slightly spicy, slightly less sweet version of hers that would work well as a side dish for tacos or enchiladas.…

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Shrimp and Pesto Stuffed Squash Blossoms

stuffed squash blossoms

When you see squash blossoms show up at your spring and early summer farmers’ markets (pretty much the ONLY place you’ll see them unless you have a garden yourself) grab a bunch and make stuffed squash blossoms as soon as you are able! Often, I just use a soft cheese but we had a few cooked shrimp…

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5 Meals to Make This Week #7

pineapple lamb kebabs

Week seven! Just give in! . . . To laziness I’m going into full-blown lazy mode this week. Between having my mom and grandma stay with me while Chris was out out town, then heading straight to VidCon this weekend . . . I’m tuckered out, y’all! So here’s five super-duper, easy-peasy meals to make this week!…

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HHH023 Q&A with Hilah and Chris!

Time for another Q&A! In this podcast, we answer listener questions that run the gamut from soulmates to super powers; movies to margaritas. Some of these get a little personal but most of them are just fun and silly. And there are a few good cooking and party-planning tips. Towards the end we ask YOU a…

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Homemade GardenBurgers Recipe

These homemade GardenBurgers remind me so much of the original GardenBurger, which I was powerless over as a newly-vegetarian teenager. I don’t even know if that original burger is still made. I couldn’t find them recently when I was really craving one. So I made my own. My dad used to make a really good sandwich with…

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Spicy Pickled Beets

spicy pickled beets

Inspired by this description of a Mexican pickled beet botana from the Yúcatan, these pickled beets are a little spicy, sour and sweet. They’re a delicious addition to your stocked refrigerator — eat them on their own; make a salad, adding arugula and crumbled goat cheese; or put some on your cocktail-hour snack plate. The habanero adds…

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HHH022 Interview with Laura Vitale

Laura Vitale is the chef of Laura in the Kitchen, one of the top channels on YouTube, and has hosted two seasons of her television show Simply Laura on Cooking Channel. In this interview with Laura, we catch up and talk about what it was like for her moving to New Jersey from Naples as a kid; her best…

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Beef Satay Meatballs

For when you want something a little sweet and a little spicy, but all you have is some boring ol’ ground beef, make these beef satay meatballs! I was slightly inspired by the satay-marinated beef tri-tip I saw Food Wishes post a month or so ago (listen to my podcast interview with Chef John here!)…

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