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Sage Julep

Sage Julep

In this twist on the Kentucky classic, sage stands in for mint, and Meyer lemons are added for a unique winter cocktail. Ingredients 36 fresh sage leaves – 30 torn in half (1/2 cup), 6 left whole for garnish 5  Meyer lemons or regular lemons – 3 quartered, 2 sliced for garnish 6  Tbs. light brown sugar… 

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Strawberry Rhubarb Fool

Strawberry Rhubarb Fool

People from cold climes have many reasons to be jacked up over Springtime; no more long johns, baby birds, mud pies and our tart friend rhubarb.  Growing up in Wisco, it grew wild outside our farmhouse and so we would end up with loads of rhubarb jam for the rest of the year.  I don’t… 

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Louise Leonard - Chilaquiles

Chilaquiles Verdes

One of my favorite recipes, Chilaquiles is a classic on West and East coast, hailing its tradition from the heavy influence of the Mexican culture. It doesn’t take much effort, and the ingredients are simple and available. Impressive enough to make for breakfast with friends and a Bloody Mary, and simple enough to have on… 

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Louise Leonard - Pork Ribs

Crispy Pork Chops with Rosemary Roasted Cabbage and Warm Sherry Vinaigrette

Pork, it’s what’s for dinner!  This is one of my favorite recipes because it is simple enough for a random Tuesday but cool enough for a family-style dinner party.  Throw in some mashed potatoes or wild rice to bulk it up and no one is going to bed hungry.  The cabbage wedges are a hit… 

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