Monthly Archives: January 2013

Herb-stuffed pork tenderloin

Tom and I met years ago in Washington, DC, where politics influence every aspect of daily life. We were on hand for more than one presidential inauguration, and went to an inaugural ball together. Four years ago, in Wisconsin, we … Continue reading

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Thai chicken in the pressure cooker

First, and most urgently: Rivertree Kitchen’s molasses cookie recipe is a finalist in a Whole Foods cooking contest! If you’re reading this before January 12, 2013, head over and vote for us! On to business: Lately my friend and fellow … Continue reading

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Approach life like cooking

Lately I’ve been thinking that cooking — or at least my style of cooking — is a perfect example on how to approach daily life. I’ve never been overjoyed with failure (who is?), and I’ve been known to let setbacks … Continue reading

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