One Pot Cooking for Men

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Russian Fish Baked in Milk with Onions

Deep in the heart of Texas you’ll find a cool print graphic and web design company called GRAFIX togo ( run by Diana Stokely who is so tech savvy I’ve driven from Colorado to Texas, twice, just to bask in the luminosity of her brain. Diana shepherds our One Pot Cooking for Men website and […]

Anita’s German Sausage with Sauerkraut in Beer

Way back in the 1960’s, when people still thought science was a pretty good idea, the Russelmann family of New York, enjoying a quiet Sunday afternoon reading the Schenectady Gazette, happened upon a recipe for Choucroute Garnie. Choucroute Garnie means sauerkraut topped with sausages and layered with lots of salty meats. However in this version […]

Chocolate Chip Carrot and Banana Muffins with Pecans

There are a great many things I do not care for, misogynists, racists, haters, bigots, narcissists, dividers, religious fanatics of any persuasion and politicians that utter the phrase, “What the American people want.” I’ve never heard this phrase used and actually had it apply to me. Dorks. What I do care for are things that […]

Langostino Étouffée

A good road dog can tell you the best places to grab a meal when you’re marking a lot of time on the highways of this continent. We’re talking everything from fondue at Banff’s legendary Grizzly House in the province of Alberta, Canada to JD’s Burger Barn in Mesquite, Texas. Both delivered a satisfied smile. […]

Rosarito Beach Tacos – Healthy Version

In my LA play the game days I found myself in Rosarito Beach, Mexico one weekend with an insanely clever West Coast oil trader who was really quite unhinged when it came to having a good time. Our wives were with us, and much to my surprise, everyone seemed to have an itch to scratch. […]

Rustic Oatmeal “Overnight” Artisan Bread

I forget why, but back when my sister and I were kids we’d head over to our grandparent’s house many days after school and on Thursdays my grandmother would always be baking bread. I remember it as clearly as if it were yesterday, the squeak of the hinge from the door in the garage that […]

Pasta and Shrimp with Shallots and Lemon Pepper Olive Oil