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Gavage March 2016 – Home Cooking

April 2, 2016

As a reminder, I’m a terrible “blogger” and can’t keep up with posts anymore. As I say in the “sticky” post at the top of my site, I mostly post to Instagram and Twitter these days. Though, I try not to spam social media, so I have a bunch of photos which never make it onto […]

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Smoked Prime Rib

January 5, 2016

Just a brief post from the cooking files – smoked prime rib roast. There’s nothing like a well prepared hunk of meat to serve as show-stopper for a dinner party. This beef roast was covered in a generous amount of salt, pepper, and fennel pollen then it rested in the refrigerator for a number of hours. Before cooking it came to […]

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Chili in a Pinch

December 26, 2015

On Valentine’s day, I thought it appropriate to discuss my love for chili. Chili love is just like real love. It warms the soul and the stomach. The spice can make your heart flutter and race. It’s rich and messy, and yes, there are times chili love will hurt you, but you know it doesn’t mean it. The indigestion…maybe even some […]

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Site Status

December 17, 2015

** This sticky post services as a general status update for 2015/2016. New content can be viewed below this update *** Life is busy. I only post here roughly once a month, out of sheer grit and embarrassment. This site may not even have any Atlanta food relevancy anymore, though I still greatly enjoy the dining, cooking, […]

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Thai, Sichuan, Ramen

December 16, 2015

  Cooking and eating Asian foods seems to be pretty common amongst the big food nerds. It’s something different; maybe more interesting flavor profiles, atypical spices, bright or funky flavors, and more varied cuts of meats than the average white kid in the US eats along side their boxed mac ‘n cheese. The food-stricken are always seeking the […]

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Red Eyed Mule, Muss & Turner’s, Foxeria, Umaido, Nduja Pasta

September 22, 2015

Hey there. Been a minute. Here are some things which are delicious I’d like to talk to you about.   The Red Eyed Mule in Marietta. One of the best southern breakfasts in town. The grits are cheesy and creamy, sausage is flavorable, and the biscuit is the wonderful sweet, fluffy type that puts Chik-Fil-A […]

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Summer Pasta

July 26, 2015

One of my favorite summer dishes to make is a kitchen sink pasta based on a technique I learned from a Michael Ruhlman video a few years ago. The basis is that you chop up some ripe tomatoes and let it sit (unrefrigerated) a while so the liquid draws from the fruit, offering up a beautiful tomato water. This water serves as the starting point for […]

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Pepperoni Ragu

April 21, 2015

Last week I found I had a bunch of pepperoni and sausages in my fridge and decided to make ragu with both. I chopped them roughly (removing the sausage casing) and sliced onions and cooked it all over low heat for a while. I added some garlic and oregano and salt and then a can of San Marzano […]

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