Category Archives: Recipe

Cranberry Sauce

This year for the Cranberry Sauce, we tinkered and went with Cranberry-Apple.  Replaced the orange with all apple, and used a cup of  hard cider from the East End Brewing Co. for the liquid.  Also, we used all brown sugar … Continue reading

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Your Thanksgiving Shopping List, Part 1: Cranberry Sauce

Make your own cranberry sauce.  Do not–for the love of your petty, vengeful, god–serve your guests that jiggly canned cranberry atrocity. He will smite you, if you do.  I promise. I grew up thinking that the stuff in the can … Continue reading

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Make A Pizza Night–Cooking Yer Pie

The Make a Pizza Night Post will appear Sunday around 7pm–at which point this sentence will turn into a link Okay, so you’ve got your ingredients and you’re ready to go.  Here are a few final notes. 1. Preheat your … Continue reading

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I Dare You To Make A Pizza Night–Sauce

The Make a Pizza Night Post will appear Sunday around 7pm–at which point this sentence will turn into a link I’m serious, man.   Make a pizza tonight.   Sauce.  You can get some damn fine sauce at the store, but … Continue reading

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Remember: Sunday Night Is I Dare You To Make A Pizza Night

The Make a Pizza Night Post will appear Sunday around 7pm–at which point this sentence will turn into a link Make a pizza.  Post a link on the Pizza Post that will appear on this blog Sunday Night.  It’s a … Continue reading

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Autumn Photo: Hemingway’s Bloody Mary

Ernest Hemingway didn’t invent Autumn’s most iconic cocktail–that distinction is rumored to belong to Ferdinand “Pete” Petiot, a Parisian bartender looking for ways to dress up vodka for Russian immigrants and American expatriots on the lam from Prohibtion–but the iconic … Continue reading

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Ewing’s Mill Cornmeal Pancakes

Ewing’s Mill was a working, historic water-powered grist mill in our county when I was young.  At some point it closed, and remained so for several years.  Before plans to revive it could be brought to fruition an idiot drove … Continue reading

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