Foodlessness Blog

31
Aug

Chicken Parmesan, Paesan!

Growing up, I always thought that chicken parmigiana was an authentic Italian dish and it wasn’t until I started my research for this very blog that I realized that it did not in fact hail from the boot country. Because the dish features a chicken cutlet, or schnitzel, its origins are more German than Italian. […]

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01
Aug

Today’s Food Blog: My Big Fat Roasted Chicken

As I continue to delightfully eat my way through Stonewalls’ new menu, I stop and see something that makes my heart stop! Something that I create for myself and my son at least three times each week; a dish that I have honed and come to master on the BBQ, on the Charcoal smoker, on […]

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22
Jun

Today’s Food Blog: The Infamous “Wall” Burger

I have heard so much about this burger and it’s been so heavily promoted and has even received some press. You can actually watch a video here of Chef Greg making it for Katie Steward of Cable 14. The first thing that came to mind as I approached this monolithic monstrosity was, ‘How the heck do […]

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06
Jun

Today’s Food Blog: Garlic Mash Love

The Solanum tuberosum, aka the potato has always been indigenous to the Andes region, along with several other similar species. It was about four centuries ago that this staple crop was introduced outside the region and quickly become commonplace on tables around the world. In fact, it is the fourth largest food crop following maize, […]

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