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A friend of mine took a wonderful picture of some old English oatmeal bread she made the other day and I asked her to send me the recipe. She told me its actualy an old Williams-Sonoma recipe, but yields beautiful looking bread so I thought Id share with you.

Photo by Elise English (No relation to bread)



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After tweeking and playing with the recipe some over the last week Ive settled on a finalized version to be shared. It should be pretty straight forward and easy to follow, any questions feel free to ask.

As with all Recipes I suggest reading through it fully first, to ensure you understand each section and direction.

Pork Medallions with “Empanada Deconstructed


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Normally I don’t like to use the quotations and descriptive vocabulary that is common place for Chefs like Thomas Keller, but bare with me because I don’t know quite what to call it yet.

I was at work the other day when someone made empanada filling and I’ve had a craving for them ever since. The issue with empanadas is the pouches take a lot of time to make and there’s a gross amount of oil required to fry them.

Not to be outdone I set off to the store with plans of cooking for my roommates today. It hit me as I was walking through that maybe I didn’t have to make actual empanadas to enjoy the flavors.

Instead I opted for a variation of a Scaloppini recipe I worked with at school.

I got to work this afternoon working with this spread of ingredients:

The Usual Suspects


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