Our Favorite Grilled Cheese and Chutney Sandwich

Grilled cheese and chutney sandwiches that fly in the face of normal. You’d think it was fancy but it’s just your new favorite weeknight indulgence. So simple and so much flavor. Makes 2 to 3 sandwiches WHAT Crusty bread such as a French boule or Italian (We chose a nut & seed bread from our […]

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Locally Seasoned Honey Garlic Chutney creates perfectly sweet and caramelized drumsticks and thighs. Quick and easy for effortless entertaining or rewarding weeknight dinners. serves 4 WHAT 4 chicken drumsticks and/or thighs (bone-in skin on) extra virgin olive oil kosher salt black pepper Locally Seasoned Honey Garlic Chutney HOW Preheat oven to 400° F. Line a […]

Honey Garlic Glazed Chicken Drumsticks & Thighs

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Ham Loaf

Delightful Ham Loaf

Tired of the same old ham leftovers? This ham loaf is just marvelous! We’re putting this delightful little loaf on our regular rotation and you will too. Serve it up with our Cherry Jalapeno Chutney and you’ve created a real crowd pleaser!

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Zesty little gems you just pop in your mouth. So classy, no one will guess how easy it is.

Deviled Eggs with Pickled Mustard Seeds

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Shakshuka ish

Shakshuka boasts many variations throughout the world. That’s why I had to make a luscious version of it while working as a personal chef in Banos, Ecuador. Enjoy!

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Slamming good pork. Criminally easy. For the most of us who don’t have the time but want real food made the way food should be made.

Caramelized Pork Shoulder with Chutney

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Bolognese… comfort food to brighten any day

Creating a meal for comfort, inviting someone in and spending time together…here is what I can give today. So breathe in deep, call on your unseen source of strength…some celestial origin of truth, and let’s cook.

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Long before we became the Pritchards, Billy had a lazy eye and stuttered. Dad used to tell us how his school would line children up from recess with the smartest kids in the front. He would chuckle sadly and say how he was always last in line and remembered wearing a dunce cap. He said he stuttered so bad he couldn’t even say his own name….until college, when he met mom.

Chili and Powdered Milk Biscuits

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