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Holidays are good for a few extra pounds

By Chef Joe

Holidays are good for a few extra pounds

We are a little embarrassed about talking about it Read the rest of this blog entry »

Fried Sage

By Chef Brian

Fried Sage

A Delicious Garnish For Meat Read the rest of this blog entry »

Merry Christmas

By Chef Brian

Merry Christmas

Let The Feast Begin Read the rest of this blog entry »

They Call it Silver Queen for a Reason

By Chef Joe

They Call it Silver Queen for a Reason

Its Social First Read the rest of this blog entry »

What's On Your Thanksgiving Table?

By Chef Brian

What's On Your Thanksgiving Table?

It's interesting learning about a family's different Holiday traditions. Where they go. What they do. Is football involved? Read the rest of this blog entry »

What to do with leftover turkey

By Chef Joe

What to do with leftover turkey

Lets plan ahead for Thanksgiving Read the rest of this blog entry »

Carving A Pumpkin Can Be Scary

By Chef Joe

Carving A Pumpkin Can Be Scary

Carving a pumpkin can be dangerous! Read the rest of this blog entry »

What We Liked This Week: Truck Stop Special

By Chef Brian

What We Liked This Week: Truck Stop Special

The boss asked for it Read the rest of this blog entry »

There is nothing wrong with the familiar

By Chef Joe

There is nothing wrong with the familiar

Sometimes simple is best. Read the rest of this blog entry »

Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes

By Chef Brian

Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes

An End Of Summer Surprise Read the rest of this blog entry »