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Recipe: Southern Fried Quail

There are few things in this world that are more satisfying than gathering your own food. Be it grown and picked from your garden, or harvested by other means (as in those involving ammunition of sorts), there’s something special about knowing where your food came from, and being the one […]

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Root Vegetables, Meet Fryer

Perhaps the simplest preparation for delicious Fall root vegetables: fried root vegetable chips. Why? Because it’s Fall, have you not been paying attention? No more pumpkin beer for you. What you need: a pot, some oil, some root veggies, some spices. Seriously this is really easy. Grab some spices from […]

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The Perfect Bloody Mary

Who doesn’t love a Bloody Mary. Perfect for morning tailgating, prepping food for a party, or to enjoy with brunch.  The history of the Bloody Mary is pretty incomplete. A man by the name of Fernand Petiot claimed that he invented the cocktail in the 1920s while working at Harry’s […]

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Homemade Italian Red Gravy

“…basic cooking skills are a virtue, that the ability to feed yourself and a few others with proficiency should be taught to every young man and woman as a fundamental skill, should become as vital to growing up as learning to wipe one’s own ass, cross the street by oneself, […]

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The Perfect Garden Frittata

Summer is here, gardens are blooming, and day-long outdoor engagements and late night outdoor parties are in full swing. If you’re running around like most of us, there’s a chance that the fridge is looking less stocked than usual, and you definitely don’t remember promising you’d host brunch when you […]

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Perfect “No Grill” Ribs

Guess what DC? It’s going to be about a million degrees this weekend. That means indoors, AC, shade, or pool. So unless you are a masochist or you have to wear water wings while eating soup, standing in front of a 250-degree grill this weekend for three hours will not […]