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Citrusy Olive Tapenade & Stout Bread {Chef CollaBREWation #2}

Citrusy Olive Tapenade & Stout Bread {Chef CollaBREWation #2}

The other night when Chef Dan and I were prepping our St. Patrick’s Day feast, we whipped up this simple, yet glorious tapenade as an appetizer. It was an unplanned, throw a bunch of stuff in a food processor kind of thing – but it […]

Simple and delicious beer vinaigrette

Simple and delicious beer vinaigrette

Remember when I made beer vinegar with chef Ryan Santos? Well, 8 months later it’s done and glorious. It’s actually been done for a while, like since the summer. I sort of um, forgot about it. Which, at first was the point, since it needed about […]

LBLF Deviled Eggs: The great baked vs. boiled egg experiment

LBLF Deviled Eggs: The great baked vs. boiled egg experiment

Has anyone else heard about this baked “hard-boiled” egg business? Yea, baked. In an oven.

ingredients for deviled eggs

I think it was on Pinterest that I first heard about this new (to me) phenomenon. Then I saw it again on the Kitch’n, which is one of my favorite go-to food blogs. Finally it occurred to me, that the universe was telling me to do some experimenting. Luckily I had three family members ready to help test. (more…)