Monthly Archives: May 2010

A Table for More Than One

As I mentioned in my introductions, from time to time I’ll be posting about food I make for others.  This meal – and the story that surrounds it – was just too much not to share. A few weeks ago, … Continue reading

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How I Love Beets: An Ode to My Other Sister

So, a few months ago on a solitary Saturday night, I had a hankering for steak. I debated going out and treating myself to a delicious steak at some fancy Minneapolis restaurant. As much as I relish eating a good meal by myself at home, the solo Saturday night meal out on the town in not exactly my scene. So instead, I went to the grocery store. Steak, check. Beets, check. Brussel sprouts, check. Applewood smoked bacon, check. Arborio rice, check. Lemons, check. I threw a bar of dark chocolate in the basket and made a pit stop at the liquor store for a bottle of Pinot Noir. This meal is my adaptation of the meal Jessica and I cooked over Christmas. Continue reading

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What to expect from The Table for One

It’s finals time, so posting right now means procrastinating on projects and papers… Yikes.   Bear with me in the next few weeks, as there probably won’t be too much activity.  Yet, I wanted to share what you should expect from … Continue reading

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My Wee Kitchen

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