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First, an update. Thank you for the outpouring of support when I mentioned my reason for taking a break from blogging and social media. It’s been a challenging year for many reasons, but these past few months have been very restorative. I’m also happy to report that […] Continue Reading ->
Hello everyone. You may have noticed that I haven’t been on social media, or posting to this site, for the past few months. In February, right around the time of my last posting, a friend of mine took his life. Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time I’ve […] Continue Reading ->
I’m going to be upfront with you – if you don’t like bitter foods, you probably won’t like this week’s recipe. Much as I’d like to tout that I’ve developed a way to eliminate the bitter momordicin compounds which make this vegetable one of the most astringent […] Continue Reading ->
My wife and I are still reeling from the sheer amount of recipe testers who volunteered to tackle a recipe (or three) during this last stage of recipe tweaks for my next cookbook. We ended up sending out nearly 2,000 recipes, and we’re still parsing through all […] Continue Reading ->
The most visited recipe on this blog, by a long shot, is my old Perfect Eye of Round Roast recipe. It’s been read over 1.7 million times, which is pretty crazy. The recipe is unique because you basically blast the roast with a high heat for a […] Continue Reading ->
Folks, just a quick note to let you know that my friends at ButcherBox are offering a special deal for the rest of the month: every new customer who signs up for their curated meat service will receive a package of their bacon in every monthly box […] Continue Reading ->
Pork shoulder is great: often one of the most affordable cuts of meat, and it can be used in a variety of dishes, from Kalua Pig, to Pork Adobo, to hearty stews. But most preparations call for extended cooking times, to break down all of that connective […] Continue Reading ->
Big news, everyone! I’m officially opening up public recipe testing for my next book, which will be called The Heritage Cookbook. I expect the cookbook to be released in 2018. This book will focus on recipes developed to align best with your individual heritage and DNA ancestry […] Continue Reading ->
Hi everyone, and welcome to 2018! It’s downright chilly across the US today, so let’s enjoy some stew. Bigos is a Hunter’s Stew most associated with Poland, but likely of German origin. This dish, in one form or another, has been a part of Eastern European cuisine […] Continue Reading ->

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