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Butternut Squash Soup

A storm is brewing in San Francisco. While walking home from work in a headwind I was able to lean forward like an extra from the Smooth Criminal video. After so many days of sunshine, the rain is coming to remind us what city we live in. Luckily, I have a defense: smooth, creamy, comforting [...]

Hamburger Mediterraneane

It’s true that I’m no good at brevity, but the fact of the matter is, I do like variety. And I guess variety also means trying to do things that you’re not good at. So, I’m gonna try to be brief, starting with the title of this post and this dish. All I ask is [...]

Goat Cheese Stuffed Jalapeños

Jalapeños stuffed with goat cheese, topped with cheddar cheese, and chased down with Mothership Wit. It’s a mountain of spice and flavor and super easy to make. First, buy the beer. It’s pretty damn delicious. I had never had it before, but it really reminded me of Chimay, which I also love. Belgian wheat beers [...]

Leftover Sriracha Chicken Vegetable Scramble With Goat Cheese

Waste not, want not. I grew up in a household where my mother always made enough to have leftovers. This served several purposes. First of all, if we ever had any unexpected guests, there was always enough for them (and even if not, we’d find some way to share what we had). Second, it saved [...]

Bok Choy, Asparagus and Chicken “Stir Fry” Or: Getting a Cool New Camera And Overdocumenting Everything

Stir fry is pretty damn easy to make, even though purists might say that I’m not really stir frying because I’m not cooking it in a wok. Well, the reason I’m not cooking it in a wok is because: I don’t have a wok. Even if I had a wok, my electric stove wouldn’t get [...]