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brussels sprouts chef marshall o'brien

Recipe: Simply Brussels Sprouts

A quick toss of olive oil and salt is all you need to make these beauties dance in your mouth. Enjoy them any time of the day with just about anything. Serves 4 to 5 Ingredients 1 pound Brussels sprouts, washed, trimmed if needed, cut in half 2 Tbsp olive oil 4 pinches (about 1/8 [...]


Chef Marshall O'Brien Roasted Eggplant Medley

Recipe: Roasted Eggplant Medley

Roasted vegetables are always a winner since they’re extremely easy to prep, and cook. Try all sorts of combinations or keep it simple with just one of two flavors.   Serves 4-6   Ingredients: 4 cups eggplant, skin peeled or alternate peels, cubed 1 cup zucchini, skin on or off, sliced half moon 3 cups [...]


homemade tomato sauce

Recipe: Homemade Tomato Sauce

I got a box of amazing tomatoes from our CSA, Loon Organics, this past weekend, and wow! They are so delicious. I decided to make a basic tomato sauce with the majority of them. This sauce can be a base for all sorts of things from soups, pizza sauce, spaghetti sauce.  The same night I [...]


Whole Roasted Chicken marshall o'brien chicken recipes

Recipe: Whole Roasted Goodness Chicken

  Whole Roasted Goodness Chicken serves 4-6 Here's a delicious, healthy, and a sure winner with your kids way to prepare chicken and seasonal vegetables. Your kids can help you organize and prep out the ingredients, allowing them to take responsibilty in cooking great food for your family  too! 1 whole roaster chicken 1/4 white [...]


lamb chef marshall o'brien

Recipe & Video: Leg of Lamb

serves 6 3lb boneless leg of lamb 4-6 sprigs fresh rosemary, few inches in length 4 cloves garlic, whole or sliced in half lengthwise Olive oil Kosher or sea salt Ground or cracked black pepper Clean lamb as needed, washing with water then patting dry with paper towel. Place on plate or sheet pan. If [...]


 

New ‘Lost Generation’: The Cooking Illiterate

This is circa 1992, but I think this is more than relevant today in 2011. What do you think?   New 'Lost Generation': The Cooking Illiterate By TRISH HALL Published: January 15, 1992 WITH an entrenched recession and a greater emphasis on simple, inexpensive pleasures, Americans say they would like to do more cooking at [...]

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