All Posts By Robin Miller

Parmesan Truffle Fries

by , June 3rd, 2013

It seems “truffle fries” are super trendy these days. No surprise, they’re downright amazing – crisp, golden-brown French fries with hints of earthy truffle oil. Problem is, they ARE French fries after all, which means they dish ...

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Ahi Tuna Done Right

by , May 27th, 2013

seared tuna
If you eat seared tuna exclusively when dining out because the thought of making it at home intimidates you, fear no more. Searing fish is a very simple process. Actually, the most important aspect is the quality of the fish. Start with the best and...

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Cast-Iron Skillet Cornbread

by , May 20th, 2013

skillet cornbread

I grew up eating meals from a cast iron skillet. I’m pretty sure my mom got her skillet from her mom, and so on and so on. The reason those meals were so memorable was because the more you use cast iron, the more flavor it retains and thus inf...

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Creative Uses for Tortillas

by , May 9th, 2013

tortillas
Corn and flour tortillas have made a big splash on supermarket shelves recently. From whole grain to flavored to low-carb, you can find a tortilla variety to please everyone in the family. Check out some great uses for tortillas beyond the tradition...

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Cedar-Plank Cooking

by , May 6th, 2013

cedar-plank salmon
I adore cooking food on a cedar plank. Why? Let me count the ways…

1. Baking on a cedar plank imparts a subtle wood flavor to meat, fish, shellfish, poultry, and vegetables, adding warmth and complexity to any dish.
2. The baking planks are design...

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