I really needed this article last week. Today is the office party potluck Thanksgiving. At least I know what I am doing next year!
This sounds delish.. I'm curious to hear what people serve this on/with.
Thanks everyone! So glad to know I have a bit of time.
I'm allergic to beef, can I substitute lamb for the meat and chicken stock for the beef stock?
About 1 1/2 hours outside of LA (off the 10) there is a great apple growing region called Oak Glen, you can get all the heirloom varieties you can dream of. My current little bit of apple heaven... Arkansas Black- little sweet, little tart and super crisp. I don't like my fruit cooked, so I have no idea how they would bake, but if you can get your hands on them... so good!
Thank you both for your help. I love artichokes, but have never done anything to a whole one other than steam and eat. I'll definitely go for the baby artichokes. Good thing there is a farmer's market just about every day in LA.
For my 24th B-Day my parents got me a nice set of knives (at my request). My mom forgot to attach a coin, and I immediately sliced my finger cutting a bagel. She gave me a penny, I gave it back, and I think I have only drawn blood one other time in 8 years. You give the coin so they can give the coin back to you and then they are "buying" the gift (bad luck to give something that can injur is what I always heard).
My hubby used to reload the dishwasher after I did it so that it was "right". Finally told him, no more, if he wants something in the dishwasher, he will put it there himself! Now he does the dishes (I cook) except, he never does the pots/pans. It's like he doesn't consider them dishes. I don't get it.
My office smeels like maple syrup thanks to someone's breakfast and now I want beef jerky. Thanks serious eats! Hmmm... any thoughs on where to get the best beef jerky?
As always, you all have come to my rescue! I can't believe I didn't think of a butter sage sauce! Probably since the last time I made it ended with a trip to the emergency room (butter in the eye - don't ask). But I think it is time to give it another shot!
If Not American is still reading, I would love to hear more about the tomato and marscapone sauce - so many recipes, so little time....
I mix it with ricotta and parmesan cheese - salt, pepper, some herbs and bake in won ton wrappers. Exactly what I had for dinner on Friday night!
Since I developed an allergy to beef this is too easy... a great steak grilled to perfection and a twice baked potato. Since I am going out, it may as well be with a bang!
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