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    So we finally had a beautiful weekend, and just in time. This weekend was the first farm event, of the season, for our new CSA. After not joining a CSA for the last few years we decided to get involved again and chose Good Earth Farm, in Oakfield, WI as our new CSA. The event, this past weekend...
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    I first discovered Elote when I was living in Chicago. There were all these Mexican street vendors in my neighborhood pushing carts and selling, what I discovered, was corn on the cob. But this wasn't ordinary corn on the cob has I had known it. Instead of slathering it with butter, salt and...
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    I'm a pig and a glutton, sometimes. I admit. It's true.. The other day, for example, I made a wonderfully simple salsa, packed with the fresh flavors of late summer. That, in and of itself, doesn't make me a glutton, but the fact that once I started eating it, I didn't stop until I had polished...
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    Growing up in small town mid-America I wasn't exposed to a whole lot of ethnic foods beyond the standard Americanized Italian, Chinese and Mexican. While I loved "Mexican" food, I really hadn't realized that there was much more to the cuisine than tacos and burritos stuffed with either ground...
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    When I was first introduced to Mexican Chorizo I was very confused. What I knew as "Chorizo" came from Spain and it was a dried sausage, so the first time I ordered Chorizo and Eggs I was perplexed by what I received. My consternation didn't last long, however, after taking my first bite. I...
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    It's been awhile since I spoke of my love of the slow cooker, AKA Crock Pot. In my early days as a chef, I used to look down on these gadgets, associating them with bad casseroles and 1970's cooking. I quickly changed my tune though when I started playing with them and realized what great...
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    It's that time of year again-football playoffs! And that means Game Day snacks. When I'm hosting game day I like to make sure that I am offering up more than just the regular old chips and dip, and chili. I like to change it up regularly, and will often do a food theme based around what teams...
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