Tonight Sarah (wife) and I attended Food + Thought @ The Palisades of Mt. Adams hosted by the gang at Cincinnati Magazine. Thanks again Chris Ohmer! We had a great tapas style meal made by Fresh Table located in Findlay … Continue reading
So tonight’s meal was grouper with a tomato broth. It was planned to be red snapper with tomato broth, but living in Cincinnati, OH often we are dependent upon what we can get on hand and red snapper was not … Continue reading
Well I have been really behind starting on February’s Charcutepalooza item of Bacon or Pancetta. The main problem was getting the right pork belly to start with. Staying true to my blog, I only wanted to get pork from a … Continue reading
So dinner tonight was Roasted (actually braised) Pork and Sweet Potato Hash. I started by braising a 1+ lb pork butt roast in chicken stock and garlic cloves in a dutch oven on the stove top for around 35 minutes. … Continue reading
So the gals over at CharcutePalooza, Cathy and Kim, picked Duck prosciutto for January’s meat item from Michael Rhulman’s book, Charcuterie. I was lucky enough to try some of this in Vicenza, Italy during my month-long stay there last September. It seems … Continue reading
This meal was inspired by the Pan Seared Walleye dish I came across at photographer/foodie Matt Wright’s blog Wrightfood. Matt is an amazing food photographer and a pretty darn good cook to boot. His site motivated me to try my own … Continue reading
While doing our normal Sunday grocery shopping at Findlay Market, I came across a very nice marbled piece of pork butt at Kroeger & Sons Meats. They also had some natural casings, so I could not resist buying both and … Continue reading
Be sure and check out Bockfest 2011 the weekend of March 4-6, 2011. The Bock will really get your Goat!!
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So I had a clear plan of attack in mind when starting this blog…. I would break the blog down into sections based up obtaining, preparing and eating Fin (Fish), Feather (Poultry) and Fur (Most everything else). I would cover … Continue reading