South Hill Cider & Talking With Steve Selin

South Hill Cider & Talking With Steve Selin Chef Frank & myself were invited out to South Hill Cider to talk with Steve Selin and plant some new apple trees. Steve is a really busy guy and we were happy to get sometime to catch up with him. He is doing some really cool things at South … Continue reading South Hill Cider & Talking With Steve Selin

Pumpkin Bratwurst On A Pita

Pumpkin Bratwurst On A Pita This German dish is great to grill or cook on the stove top. When you eating a bratwurst you are biting into one of the oldest cooking techniques. The Apicus Cookery the first recorded cookbook from the Romans (approx. 228 AD) has recipes for brats! Written by Marcus Gavius Apicius who … Continue reading Pumpkin Bratwurst On A Pita

Beet & Goat Cheese Salad

Beet & Goat Cheese Salad Delicious, simple and sustainable is how I would describe this salad. This salad is perfect for the spring. Quick to make and will really impress. The goat cheese pairs well with the beets. This festive party like salad is great for all types of events. This impressive salad is easy … Continue reading Beet & Goat Cheese Salad

Philly Cheese Steak Stuffed French Bread

Philly Cheese Steak Stuffed French Bread I have not been to Philly in a while now. It was a busy day all around and I was really feeling like eating a big sandwich. I have a bad habit of always showing up to Chef Frank house hungry and the Chef is always cool about feeding … Continue reading Philly Cheese Steak Stuffed French Bread

It Does Not Get Any Better Than Steak & Potatoes

  It Does Not Get Any Better Than Steak & Potatoes Whenever we eat an animal we must treat it with respect and care. We love potatoes and wanted to use them in a comfort dish. Adding in a tasty seared steak that really took it to the next effin level. The steak is an … Continue reading It Does Not Get Any Better Than Steak & Potatoes

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