Chocolate Artisan Bread with Banana & Almond Essence Butters

One the weekend at The Cabin with friends, I was challenged, once again, to create a “new” type of bread. I’m always up for a challenge, as you know. I LOVE competition…and I LOVE checking items off the list and designating items as “mission accomplished.” I suppose you may surmise that I simply love winning!…

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Butternut Gorgonzola Ravioli & Sage Brown Butter

Homemade pasta continues to baffle with its beauty. We make it bright and cold, and fill plates cuts and curls of color. And flavor too. I had an interesting time playing with the colors and the light. As gabby girls do, we talked and tangoed amidst the clocks in the kitchen, passing away the time…from…

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Rosemary Fig Pork and Parsnips

I waited all winter long to find fresh figs at the market. All winter. I thought for sure I’d find them around Christmas time or even New Year’s. Nope. Oh, Colorado… Needless to say, waiting all winter for fresh figs meant waiting months on end to create this mixture of amazingness over which I’d been…

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Cauliflower Confetti

Happy Easter! Wishing a weekend full of fun, spring color, and confetti! Cauliflower Confetti 1 small head white cauliflower  1 small head purple cauliflower 1 small head orange cauliflower 1 small head green (cauliflower) 3 Tbs. Kerrygold butter, ghee, or coconut oil 1/2 tsp. seasoned sea salt (your favorite variety) freshly ground pepper Working in…

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24 Carrot Gold

There’s really not much to say other than, this truly is 24-“carrot” gold. Carrots. Kerrygold. That’s it. Indulge. 24 Carrot Gold 2 large organic orange carrots 1 large organic ghost white or yellow carrot 2 Tbs. Kerrygold butter sea salt Wash and peel the carrots. Using a food processor shredding attachment or box grater, shred…

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Lemon Butter Mushrooms and Tenderloin

I don’t know what your family’s Christmas traditions are, but we often start off Christmas day with a delicious tenderloin. Beef or pork, the aromas of properly seasoned and roasting meat wafting through the house most certainly is cause for celebration. Why not choose pork tenderloin for your family Christmas this year? Add a little Kerrygold…

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Balsamic Glazed Shrimp and Sweet Peppers

Sometimes simplicity surpasses all else. Well, really, almost all the time. Simplicity is bliss. So do you really need a recipe for this one? I suppose so… SIMPLE Balsamic Glazed Shrimp and Sweet Peppers 1 Tbs. Kerrygold butter 1 lb. frozen cooked rock shrimp (baby salad shrimp) 2 cup mixed color baby sweet peppers, seeded…

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Fresh Ginger Waffles with Cinnamon Spiced Honey Coconut Whip

Brian is obsessed with Ireland. OBSESSED. “Everything is better in Dublin,” he reminds me on a daily basis. (and read with his best Irish accent). I agree. Green pastures, open fields, and the idea of the Great Green are quite appealing. BUT, the weather – the cold, cold, COLD, weather and gray skies somewhat turn…

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Radish Egg Rolls

I realize that the title of this post is somewhat deceiving. This recipe has nothing at all to do with the commonly consumed Chinese egg roll you are envisioning at this point in time. I am working with an egg crepe, omelet, roulette of sorts. Simply bear with the name… …and focus on the radish….

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