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Coffee Rubbed Steak with Creamed Corn & Tomatillo Risotto

Posted by Monica Yu on

Coffee Rubbed Steak with Creamed Corn & Tomatillo Risotto

This recipe for Coffee Rubbed Steak with Creamed Corn & Tomatillo Risotto is hearty and rich with loads of complex flavors. The subtle layers of coffee, smoke and savory seasonings infuse the marbling with more distinction that begs for a wine pairing. The risotto also plays well with Sauvignon Blanc's roundness and minerality, as well as a good Pinot Noir.  Making the Rub: makes 1+ cup of seasoning rub ¼ cup of Whole Coriander Seed 2 tbsp of Black Peppercorns 2 tbsp of Whole Cloves 4 tbsp Dark Roast Coffee ¼ cup of Kosher Salt Toast the cloves, peppercorns and coriander in...

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Italian Wedding Soup

Posted by Leo Coulourides on

Italian Wedding Soup

Soup is always a season essential. It highlights current produce, its weight and heartiness counter balances the weather and it can stand up to an elegant dinner party as well as a casual meal on the couch. This winter we're revisiting a classic, Italian Wedding Soup. It's name derived from the "marriage of flavors" that occur from cooking the meatballs in the soup over time. Of course, the longer the soup sits the more the flavors meld. This hearty and meaty soup is always warming and filling. Soup Ingredients: 6–-8 cups of Chicken Stock 1 ½–2 cups of diced Carrot...

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O-Pah! Burgers for Father's Day

Posted by Leo Coulourides on

O-Pah! Burgers for Father's Day

Opah! Father's Day is quickly approaching and it's time to start thinking about how to surprise Dad. Burgers are usually a sure way to please the man of the house and takes little effort. These delicious Greek style burgers are packed with olives, stuffed with Feta cheese and topped with homemade Tzatziki dressing. Of course if Dad does not like lamb or you do not have time to make homemade dressing, you can always cut corners or make modifications with this recipe. Making sliders can be a fun way to eat these burgers for the whole family. Since it is...

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Hanukkah Feast! Beer Braised Brisket & Cabbage

Posted by Leo Coulourides on

Hanukkah Feast! Beer Braised Brisket & Cabbage

Serves 8 people We suggest this hearty meal be served with our lovely reds.  The soft tannins and flavors will compliment your brisket. Preparation time: 15 minutes     Rest time: 45 minutes     Cook time: 2-2 ½ hours Beer Braised Brisket: Ingredients: 5 pound beef brisket 2x 12 ounce bottles dark beer 2 Heads of garlic, medium 2 Carrots, large 2 Celery stalks, medium 4 Onions, medium 2 peeled, 2 unpeeled 12-16 oz Crimini Mushrooms 2 Bay leaves ¼ cup Canola oil Salt & Pepper, to taste 2 tbs Flour For the Brisket: Preheat your oven to 325 degrees. Salt and pepper...

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All Star Line Up: LA Dogs

Posted by Katrina Coulourides on

All Star Line Up: LA Dogs

Memorial Day is upon us and we take this opportunity to pay our respects to those who have passed while giving service to our country. We unofficially kick off summer celebrating these men and women one of the best ways we know how as Americans, with friendly gatherings and BBQ. This recipe takes an American classic and kicks it up with fusion toppings and favorite local flavors. Try these dogs one at a time or throw a potluck and serve all four! Luckily baseball season lends to more opportunities to try more topping combinations. Hot diggity dog, summer is going...

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