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Arroz Negro with Squid and Saffron Aioli

Emily’s Rating Chris’s Rating 8.5 / 10 7 / 10

Emily cannot see squid ink pasta or risotto on a menu without ordering it, so I decided to give this a shot. 120 more words


One Last Splurge Before The New Year

Is it a candy bar?

A pie?

A decadent chocolate tart?

Who cares! Whip this chewy, chocolaty, sinful sweet up today and enjoy it with a glass of champagne tonight, as you toast out 2014 and ring in 2015. 611 more words


Pizza and sticky toffee pudding

When my mom first told me that a bunch of kids were going to be over this Sunday lunch, I was stumped. Kids these days have been growing up on fast food and junk, and can be so hard to please. 1,247 more words


Mustard-grilled chicken and deconstructed carrot cake

One of my favorite chefs in the world is Suzanne Goin. I’ve never met her but I’ve read her two cookbooks – “Sunday Suppers at Lucques” and “AOC”. 1,041 more words


Never Boil Potatoes (And Other Truths I Learned The Hard Way)

“Eeew. This is really crunchy.”

A family friend bit into the oven-toasted crostini I offered her, then shook her head.

“Eeew,” she said. “I can’t eat this.” 677 more words




There are few things I love more than Thanksgiving. And there are few things I love more on Thanksgiving than stuffing. Just in time for the big day, then, a stuffing post.  1,174 more words


Bacon Wrapped Dates with Parmesan

Emily’s Rating Chris’s Rating 7 / 10 7.5 / 10

This is a really good, very simple recipe from the AOC cookbook. They’re no Devils on Horseback from the Spotted Pig, but will definitely continue to make these. 36 more words