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“She’ll probably add something unnecessary, like raisins”

A culinary note from this year’s Thanksgiving: My favorite Thanksgiving dish has always been the stuffing. Always, always, always. My ranking goes stuffing, corn, rolls/biscuits, turkey. (I am not a mashed potatoes fan, but that’s not the point here.) My … Continue reading

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Yes, I ate the whole thing.

The “whole thing” being a pork tenderloin sandwich at Frank Gourmet Hot Dogs, a favorite joint of ours. Luckily for us, Frank is located in one of the northern suburbs of Buffalo, a good 35-minute drive away, which means that … Continue reading

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Chili: Done! (an update)

Readers may recall that earlier today I discussed how to make a pot of chili. I have now completed the pot of chili. The Wife made cornbread to go with it (because cornbread is the thing that goes with chili), and … Continue reading

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Chili, done MY way!!!

I saw this pic on someone’s Instagram story last week and it made me laugh, because when it comes to food, I think I may be part-Southerner, in a lot of ways. The first pot of chili of the season is … Continue reading

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