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Cheesy Potato Hash

Cheesy Potato Hash | Finally Bobby Flay got to me. After all those darn brunch shows where he makes some ridiculous potato concoction, I’ve caved. Or more accurately, I’ve hashed. I just couldn’t take anymore tummy rumbling watching that man crisp up potatoes in a screaming cast-iron, then suffocating it in melted cheese. I had to put my spin on it. And here she is…

Pimento Creamed Spinach

Pimento Creamed Spinach

Pimento Creamed Spinach | It’s award season so you know what that means? Time for some new faces and some old ones to reclaim the spotlight. In this case, it’s the latter. This is the Christian Slater of creamed spinach. We wanted to resurrect the career of the same ole’ spinach recipe, so in true Mytartare…

Grandma's Drunk Stuffing

Grandma’s Drunk Stuffing

Grandma’s Drunk Stuffing | We’re bringing back grandma’s favorite stuffing this Thanksgiving! It’s truly special and we hope you will give her a try. Now, we are fully aware the entire South wants our heads for not calling this a “dressing”, since it’s not actually stuffed into anything. But guess what? We don’t care. We grew up calling this stuffing, so we’re sticking to our guns!

Crispy Acorns

Crispy Acorns

Crispy Acorns | It’s not uncommon for us to walk into a grocery store, put in our ear phones – that are spinning our favorite playlist – and let the creativity takeover. This recipe is the perfect example of what happens when a little Zach Brown Band, Aloe Blacc and Billy Joel get in your head.…

Red Onion Pickle + Lemon

Red Onion Pickle + Lemon

Red Onion Pickle + Lemon | I need to start a pickling food truck. I’m going to call it the Pickle Wagon. Ok, maybe not, but the point is there is a lot of pickling happening in our kitchen, in fact, it’s hard to find a recipe where we don’t have a pickling element. Pickling…

Grilled Romaine Hearts

Grilled Romaine Hearts

Grilled Romaine Hearts | I’ll be the first person to admit that “Lettuce” isn’t the sexiest word out there. A vegetable that’s green. And full of water. Where do I get some of that?! But luckily there is always one good egg in the family, and for the Lettuce family, that would be Romaine. This guy is tall, sturdy, handsome, and best of all, can handle the heat in the kitchen!

Hearts of Palm + Watercress Salad

Hearts of Palm + Watercress Salad

Hearts of Palm + Watercress Salad | And the ingredient of the month goes to…Hearts Of Palm. She’s done a fabulous job lately in our chocolate lab! Let’s get to know her shall we? She is 18 months old.  She’s hails from the inner core of a good ole’ palm tree. When she’s processed, her…

Easy Panko Baked Beans

Easy Panko Baked Beans

Easy Panko Baked Beans | Looking back in our recipe box, we quickly realized we have an unhealthy obsession with baked beans. We put them in everything! And I know where it all began – the good ole’ 1980’s. When a young boy used to sit Indian-style in front of a 3 foot thick TV…

Thai Egg Pilaf

Thai Egg Pilaf

Thai Egg Pilaf | Rice. Born in China. The ancient food of humans.  We’re pretty sure it’s been around awhile. Actually we know it has – about 4,500 years to be exact. Bruin & I used to study history, so that’s probably the only reason why we’d even know that fun fact, but we’re glad we do. Since it’s safe to say rice can use a little breath of fresh air after sitting around in some dusty Nepalese monastery half its life.