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Steph is a twenty-something professional living and cooking in D.C. She prefers salty to sweet and is captivated by small dogs wearing sweaters.
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Tag Archives: Poultry
I have made this soup at least once (and sometimes twice) a month since September. It’s just that good–and easy to cook. Maximum flavor with minimal effort? During a busy work week, that sounds perfect. In the early Fall, my parents and … Continue reading
Chicken Divan has been a staple casserole in my family since I can remember. Dinner guests, friends, and extended family members alike have taken seconds of this hearty casserole, then licked the plate clean. The hint of mustard in the … Continue reading
Believe it or not–I have not forgotten about this blog. I started a new job two months ago, which I absolutely love, but cooking…and therefore blogging…has played second fiddle to ramping up in my new role. The blog always lingers in the back of my mind as … Continue reading
Last year, I spent Easter in northern New Jersey with my boyfriend’s family, half of whom are of Greek descent. Needless to say, I was in heaven. I have a soft spot for Greece. I lived in Crete until I was … Continue reading
The first time my mom prepared spaghetti squash, I thought she was moonlighting as a magician. How in the world did she change the squash into spaghetti?? (I was an imaginative child, err 15 year old). Any vegetable with magical qualities … Continue reading