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Recipe: The Redneck Within

A complete country breakfast in a muffin. Inspired by The Rebel Within, a much more frou-frou concoction from Craftsman and Wolves in San Francisco. Makes 6 large muffins. Ingredients: 6 soft boiled eggs, carefully peeled then thoroughly chilled (see *NOTE) … Continue reading

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Should I cook my “fully cooked” ham?

This Sunday is Easter. All across the land, families will sit down to dinners featuring hams which were sold as “fully cooked” yet have been heated in a 350 degree oven according to a recipe like this one: “If the … Continue reading

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Keeping it real at Jones Dairy Farm

I had not had a high degree of awareness of Jones Dairy Farm prior to their inviting me to their 125th anniversary celebration at the Culinary Institute of America. But the time with the Jones folks turned me from an … Continue reading

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Recipe: Scrapple Croutons

These morsels marry the crunch of a crouton with the porky unctuousness of bacon—what’s not to like? Scrapple is very delicate until it reaches its final cooked state, however, so follow the instructions carefully. ½ pound of scrapple will produce … Continue reading

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Jones Dairy Farm Scrapple reigns supreme at CIA Blogger Cookoff

Last weekend I journeyed to the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY, at the invitation of the folks from Jones Dairy Farm. Jones has made a major commitment to the school, sponsoring a full Bachelor’s scholarship, funding a … Continue reading

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Win a cast iron skillet from Jones Dairy Farm!

This weekend I’ll be at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY for an event to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Jones Dairy Farm. Jones, which sponsors a scholarship there, is an old-fashioned, family-owned maker of breakfast meats. … Continue reading

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