• Location: atlanta
  • Favorite foods: -tortilla
    -chocolate cake

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In Praise of a Turkey-Free Thanksgiving

We are a turkey free household! We've made duck, cornish hens, braised pheasant, and roasted chicken. Turkey makes sense for large families but for us, it's easier and more cost efficient to get a smaller bird.

Win a Copy of 'Plenty More'

Seasoned chick peas roasted in the oven and then served on greens. It's not unusual, but the day I realized I could roast them instead of eating mushy chick peas was amazing.

Win a Copy of 'Fried & True'

My dad would make fried chicken with cornflakes.

Win a Copy of 'The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Vegetable Cookbook'

Lightly wilted spinach with a ton of garlic. I can eat it at every meal.

Win a Copy of 'Salad Samurai'

Quinoa with black beans and roasted corn. I add whatever veggies are in my fridge and some lime vinaigrette.

Bake the Book: Pie

Icebox lemon pie is my current favorite.

Cook the Book: 'The VB6 Cookbook' by Mark Bittman

The Masala Fresh food truck in Atlanta has a dish called Chole that I love!

Bake the Book: Teeny's Tour of Pies

I would make a teeny blueberry for myself and apple ginger for my husband.

Where to eat at Ohio University in Athens (bobcatsteph?)

Another OU alum here... Miller's is great. I miss Casa Nueva so much! I also miss O'Betty's.

Let's vent, shall we?

I work with people that love juicing everything they should be eating. It seems like they can only consume green and purple liquids out of mason jars. I don't understand being anti-chewing.

Cook the Book: 'Kitchen Confidence' by Kelsey Nixon

Mac and cheese. It's quick, easy to make, and it everyone loves it.

Cook the Book: 'Spain' by Jeff Koehler

Caldo Gallego with a slice of tortilla on the side.

Bake the Book: The Irish Pantry

Chocolate chips and worcestershire sauce. I do not use them together.