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Food Comics: Crash Course on Knife Styles

We are pleased to introduce Food Comics from The Chopping Block where our resident Cartoonist Tom O'Brien illustrates his cooking adventures. Here, he shows you the different types of knives any good ...

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These Short Ribs are Long on Flavor

  If you have been reading any of The Chopping Blog's recent posts, you’ll have noticed that most of the chefs, myself included, are really getting into the type of food that is typical this time of ...

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Get Pasture Raised Eggs and Make Shakshuka

  During farmers market season, it's easy to shop at local markets for the freshest produce, meat and dairy available. It becomes a little more difficult to support your local farmer during the off ...

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From Spain's Cellar to your Table

  It takes patience, along with something else that’s in short supply these days, to ease a red wine into maturity and that’s adequate storage.

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Fall Squash Combo Favorite

  Once Fall weather starts to hit, I start thinking about all those cooler-weather dishes that make me feel so warm and comfy! At the top of my list is roasted delicata squash, with butternut squash ...

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Shrimp and Chicken Sausage Pasta

  Pasta has always been one of my favorite meals to prepare because it’s quick and easy to make during a busy workweek and it doesn’t require that many ingredients. When I worked at a hotel where ...

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Fall Risotto

I had never heard of risotto until I met my late husband who is half Italian. I can say that now, because he wished he was 100% Italian (his father was born in Florence, Italy) but his Mom was born ...

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Baking and Decorating for your Audience

  In my circle of friends, I am known as the hostess and cake lady. I consider it an honor that my friends have deemed me their baker for life events whether it be a casual Sunday dinner or a ...

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Turn Up your Winter Squash Game

  It’s officially fall, which means it's time for one of my favorites: winter squash. In the hard-shelled squash family, there are often two that are very familiar: butternut squash and spaghetti ...

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Boston's Best New England Clam Chowder

  I visited my college town this weekend and spent much of the time on the hunt for the most delicious clam chowder. Growing up in the Midwest, I didn’t have occasion to enjoy New England Clam ...

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