Monthly Archive: November 2011

Nov
08

Sausage, Apple and Sage Stuffing

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I know stuffing? Seems so pedestrian, kinda like dirty rice or something. Here’s the way I see it, turkey is turkey, fry it, brine it, rub it, cook it perfectly, but no matter what its still just turkey. Yes when done right, its juicy, tender and very delicious, but I’ll say it again, its still …

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Nov
08

Creamed Leeks

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Talk about an underrated vegetable, leeks are often neglected when people are cooking. I’m hoping that this easy to make and very versatile side dish will help change that. If you’re not familiar with leeks, they look like huge scallions, when raw they are very onion like and stringy, but once you cook them they …

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Nov
08

Roasted & Curried Butternut Squash Soup

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After the pumpkin, butternut squash is the most recognizable culinary sign of the fall. The sweet and slightly Earthy flavor of the squash pairs amazingly with the spice of curry. I love this soup because its incredibly simple to make yet very complex to the taste .

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