Archive for category meat

white chili in the blue ridge mountains

by Eva Felis on March 29, 2014

Well this snapshot above might not go down as the best food picture in history, but it’s all about the taste, isn’t it. I guess that’s what you get, if you are in a hurry. Mr. F came up with the idea to spend the weekend in a cabin in the mountains and I didn’t Weiterlesen

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How to roast a chicken on a bed of salt

by Eva Felis on October 31, 2013

Yesterday I approached the grocery store with only the best intentions: there should be some greens on my plate tonight. This had been the plan. I grabbed myself a shopping cart and passed by kale, chard and collard greens as fast as I could. I am even bad with new years resolutions and let’s face Weiterlesen

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dragon drumsticks

by 1 big bite on September 25, 2011

Having guests over is fun, especially when I am well prepared. I like to have everything done, food in the oven, wine uncorked and the table is laid. Ready to welcome my guests and sit down to chat, eat, drink and have fun. This is my dream-me, the reality is slightly different, it’s not my Weiterlesen

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roast chicken and chickpea salad with olives and capers

by 1 big bite on July 30, 2011

It has been 2.5 years since the move from my hometown in Germany to Kansas City and I remember it wasn’t always easy to adjust to the “American way” and to meet new people, literally everybody I met was a stranger and unfortunately I am very bad at remembering names. After a few months I Weiterlesen

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cevapcici

by 1 big bite on July 4, 2011

Big news for 1 big bite: last weeks post about my favorite summer drinks: iced coffee, strawberry limes will be featured on the foodista homepage on the July 6, just one day, you don’t want to miss that. I am really excited about that and put the foodista badge all over this side, rather not Weiterlesen

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grilled peppercorn-crusted filet mignon

by 1 big bite on March 23, 2011

Since we live in Kansas City -the BBQ Capital- we are grilling about 11 month per year, it would be 12 months if we would not be too lazy to shovel the snow away to find our grill.
Even this year we already had BBQ several times but last weekend we managed to sit outside and Weiterlesen

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