Category - Gluten Free

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Duet: Slow Cooker Chicken Chili / Allman Brothers Band “Brothers and Sisters”
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Duet: Pulled Pork Nachos / Bryan Adams “Reckless”
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Duet: Steak with Gorgonzola Butter / Johnny Cash “Johnny Cash at San Quentin”
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Duet: Bacon, Asparagus, Spinach and Asiago Frittata / Sarah Vaughan “After Hours at the London House”
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Duet: Spicy Grilled Shrimp Skewers / Beach Boys “Surfin’ Safari”

Duet: Slow Cooker Chicken Chili / Allman Brothers Band “Brothers and Sisters”

The food: When the temperatures drop, I often fire up the slow cooker and make warm and hearty chili. Although I really like spicy red chili, sometimes I want something milder. On those days, chicken chili fits the bill. There’s still plenty of kick in this stew, thanks to the chili powder and jalapeño, but the chicken, white beans, and broth are a little easier on the[…]

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Duet: Pulled Pork Nachos / Bryan Adams “Reckless”

The food: I’m not one of those people who likes to watch the same movie or read the same book again and again. Likewise, I’m not interested in eating the same meal day after day. My anti-leftover attitude meant I needed to come up with a way to repurpose what remained of the slow-cooker full of pulled pork I made for the two of us recently. Nachos[…]

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Duet: Steak with Gorgonzola Butter / Johnny Cash “Johnny Cash at San Quentin”

The food: Sometimes you just want to clog your arteries a bit with a big, juicy steak topped with butter and cheese. When that mood strikes, make it worthwhile with a fatty bone-in ribeye and decadent gorgonzola compound butter (mitigate your guilt by adding a healthy side, like grilled asparagus). When indulging in a last-meal-worthy dinner, you must also drink a full-bodied red wine, preferably[…]

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Duet: Bacon, Asparagus, Spinach and Asiago Frittata / Sarah Vaughan “After Hours at the London House”

The food: Frittata sounds fancy, but it’s really just Italian for baked omelette. This hearty breakfast dish is quick, easy, and tasty. You can load it up with any ingredients your family likes and have a substantial meal on the table in about 10 minutes. There’s really just no excuse for sending your kids (or yourself, for that matter) out the door with[…]

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Duet: Spicy Grilled Shrimp Skewers / Beach Boys “Surfin’ Safari”

The food: One of my favorite things about Cooking with Vinyl is meeting other bloggers, especially those who like to write about cooking. This post is the result of tweeting back and forth with Jay and Dee in Birmingham UK (@jay_and_dee). Their blog is Cook It, Eat It, Blog It, Brum, which offers up great recipes, sometimes with soundtracks. Very cool. They recently asked me to[…]

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