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Basic cranberry sauce. Far easier than you'd think.
Blackberry French macarons with blackberry curd or blackberry buttercream filling.
The Paseo Cuban roast pork sandwich is now mine to make at home. WOOOO!!!
Pear ginger beer cocktail, because it's fall!
Comfort and warmth from simple lentils: Indian dal.
Mmmm, fall and pumpkin bread pudding. Don't forget the bourbon vanilla custard sauce (yum!).
Kale salad with pepitas and cranberries.
Great newish restaurant in Boulder - The Pinyon serves up some fantastic, no frills food like these hot-out-of-the-fryer doughnuts in bourbon glaze.
A sublime black cod marinated in miso paste. Easy to make, quick to cook. Recipe from Matsuhisa's in Aspen, Colorado.
Turn quince into beautiful membrillo.
I got this charred savoy cabbage salad recipe from Delancey in Seattle. You may think you don't like cabbage, but after this, you will LOVE it.
Israeli couscous salad with tomatoes and corn.
Indian garlic naan.
It's like adult fruit punch! Pear garden cocktail fruity goodness made with homemade pear liqueur.
Chicken fried steak with cream gravy.
Japanese tonkatsu (pork cutlet) at home.
A little treat for being so good today: chocolate pots de crème.
Chicken tikka masala - easier than I thought!
Bourbon peach hand pies - so good you probably won't share.
Colors of summer: a simple heirloom tomato salad.
This ain't your father's steakhouse... Hideaway Steakhouse in Westminster, CO takes it to the next level.
Agedashi tofu - a favorite Japanese appetizer of tender fried tofu in a heady dashi-based broth.
Chicken salad puffs - like a cream puff, but savory and with chicken salad!
Watermelon frozen yogurt. Almost as easy to make as it is to devour.
Vietnamese pickled vegetables and a raffle for 1 of 2 fine art prints for #afundforjennie.
Crunchy homemade granola with dried cranberries, mulberries, and apples.
A recap of Food and Light 2011, held last week in Boulder, Colorado.
Cooling off with a lava flow: piña colada and strawberry dacquiri.
It's like pizza, but the toppings are fillings and the sauce is meant for dipping. Stromboli!
Mee krob - my favorite Thai appetizer.
French toast is an easy way to use up leftover bread.
It's sandwich time: feta artichoke sandwich and a bonus mention of Thundercats!
Trail mix - any way you like it. I happen to like it with dried cranberries, cashews, pepitas, sunflower seeds, and chocolate-covered raisins and almonds!
No matter how hot it is, it's never too hot for a bowl of curry laksa.