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Posts Tagged ‘fall’

Braised Short Rib Ragu

This ragu is on f i r e! Slow braised short rib ragu. What is better than short rib really?! This one pot of goodness is almost too easy to justify how delicious it is. You can use an instapot, pressure cooker or be old school like me and allow the aromas of red wine,…

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The Best Meatless Chili

With Superbowl coming up, I thought I’d share a classic football favorite: Chili. And what is even better than chili? When you combine it with Cheddar and Onion Cornbread! The combination is a drool worthy event perfect for a house full of hungry fans (or, just yourself).  One of my favorite things about making chili…

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Pan Fried Pumpkin Gnocchi with Mushrooms, Pancetta and Brown Butter

I’m starting off by saying, I ate pasta 5 times last week and have no intentions of quitting; After all, it’s clearly my top comfort food year round.  With the cool weather coming, I’ve been warming myself up with copious amounts of doughy goodness. Stuffed with cheese, topped with cheese, and generous amounts of butter.…

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Southwestern White Chicken Chili

  I’m not sure what I love the most about chili. The endless varieties, the hearty texture, or that it takes less effort than pouring yourself a glass a wine (okay, maybe not that easy but you get the point).   Either way, chili is certainly a fall dish. It’s a reminder of football season beginning…

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Butternut Squash Pasta | Brown Butter Sage Sauce

  Ah. Fall. Autumn. The end of cool drinks and sunshine and the welcome of cozy sweaters and fireplaces.   Autumn is my favorite season.  In my opinion autumn far surpasses summer. The cool walks in the colorful leafs, the red wine, the crisp smell in the air. The fact that my hair and makeup…

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Black Pumpkin Ravioli | Brown Butter Sage Sauce

Not going to lie, I’m not huge on Halloween. I don’t put up cob webs or skeletons; I don’t hang ghosts in the windows.  Growing up, Halloween parties just weren’t my thing. Perhaps it was too much effort to dress up or perhaps I didn’t want to freeze in a costume parading downtown nightclubs. My…

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Spiced Apple & Pumpkin Soup

Here in Vancouver, the crisp air has come to make our noses red while not yet being cold enough to keep us indoors.  I must say, our autumn so far has been picturesque. The maple trees are bright and full of red, yellow and green. The streets snow of leafs and evening comes way too…

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