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Let’s face it, when it comes to meatloaf this comfort classic gets a bad rap. Visions of Grandma’s over-baked, under-seasoned, cement brick evokes dinner depression, but it doesn’t have to be this way. What if meatloaf got its sexy back?  It can with a little help from bacon. I didn’t eat meatloaf much growing up—my…

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Once upon a time, a carton of free range eggs was striving for culinary purpose, other than a mere scramble or hard boil. What to make? Ever the quandary. I knew I wanted to have something light and protein-rich. Then I began looking through my kitchen, and the sight of sun dried tomatoes and a…

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…the Farmer’s Market. And scored some truly fresh finds. For this healthy meal, organic cauliflower & carrots are making a comeback. This time however, they’re gonna get totally smashed! So long potatoes. And our pig? A center-cut, extra lean, pork tenderloin. We will slice into medallions, marinate, sear and top onto balsamic-wilted spinach & our roasted cauli-carrot smoked…

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My apologies chicken, but eggplant has upstaged you today. Not just any eggplant, but little baby ones. I have to say they are pretty cute for a vegetable. I saw them at a local market and the cooking lightbulb immediately turned on, begging the question- What ever can I do with these? Well, I didn’t…

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. . . preferably with a browned-butter, sage parmesan sauce—add wilted spinach. Tonight’s meal was one born of impromtu hunger (as I find many are during a busy week). I love fresh pasta, and if I can find good raviolis with appealing fillings, they are a must cook in my kitchen. If you have the time to make them homemade,…

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