Tortellini Soup

It’s our first winter in Maine, and with the temperatures dropping and the days getting shorter, the cravings for a hot bowl of homemade soup are on the rise! On Sunday’s, I like to make a hearty dinner and eat on the earlier side so we both have time to relax for the week (we […]

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Ready to Share!

It’s been a long time in the works, but we’re excited to officially share – @souschefandrewreiser and I built a new house! We decided it was time to have a more tranquil life in Maine, where we got married. The process was long, complicated, and obviously expensive. That said, I finally got to design my […]

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We’re Having a Virtual Party

As many of you know,¬†Andrew¬†and I just moved into a new house and are in the process of stalking up on new kitchen supplies. With the holidays right around the corner, many of you may be cooking up a storm or looking for great gifts for friends and family. The Pampered Chef has thousands of […]

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Pantry Bolognese

I love the Food Network. Okay let me rephrase, Matt loves the Food Network and I think it is fine. But we watch it all day on the weekend. And while they do have some good recipes and suggestions on there, sometimes it is important to remember that you do not need to grow your […]

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Roasted Carrot and Ginger Soup

As the last of the leaves fall, and the temperature starts to drop, the thought of a big warm bowl of soup becomes increasingly appealing. To be totally honest, I ended up making this soup because I accidently bought a 5lbs bag of carrots instead of a 1 lbs bag, and frankly just had a […]

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Spicy Quick Bolognese

This recipe began with me wanting to make Arrabiata sauce with some pasta. However I have been trying to eat more protein and I decided to add ground beef. From there we created this new recipe that came out amazing. Bolognese typically take hours, but this can be whipped up in less then an hour. […]

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Chicken Kiev

In these crazy times, sometimes you just need a classic comfort dish from your childhood. Like many people, I grew up on the frozen version of Chicken Kiev, which mom would pop out of the freezer, onto a pan and into the oven for dinner. This classic Russian dish is chicken, filled with a buttery […]

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Friday Means Margaritas! Even in Quarantine!

Many of you know, our Friday tradition is Mexican and Margarita’s with our neighbors (shout out to Lyle, Jose, Chris and Scot) at the place down the street. Since we can’t go out, and we’re trying to keep some form of a routine, we’ve been making our own fajita’s and margs on Friday nights. So, […]

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Our Ask of You During These Times…

These times, as we keep hearing, are… unprecedented. The news, all the sadness can be overwhelming for anyone, including us. This weekend, we learnt that a close family friend of Andrew’s passed from COVID-19, at 37, and perfectly healthy. It’s devastating. The other morning we were watching the news and they were doing a Skype […]

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