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Cook's Corner - Yukon Gold Potatoes with Butter and Chives

Balsamic Asparagus Salad

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A tasty fresh salad that’s crisp and tangy!
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Morgan Winery Cotes du Crow’s 2011

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One of the best wine pairings for a roasted lamb has got to be the 2011 Morgan Winery Cotes du Crow’s. This complex wine is a blend of 60% Syrah and 40% Grenache that sings with flavors of raspberry, cherry and baking spices. It’s an unforgettable pairing for a small budget.

Triple Voodoo King Leopold Belgian Stout

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This Belgian Oatmeal Style Stout has a taste that is surprisingly complex with nuttiness, smokiness and sourness all blended together. Its subdued aroma with hints of cocoa make it smooth and drinkable with 7% ABV.

Yukon Gold Potatoes with Butter and Chives

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This simple side dish is easy to make and full of flavor.
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What dinnertime dilemma?

Delectable dinner options that everyone can enjoy. Whether you're looking for something healthy or hearty, we've got the right dish for you. View Recipes >

The Real Flavor of Mardi Gras!

Ah, C'est bon ca (Ah, that's good), describes cajun cooking perfectly. Louisiana has a cuisine that's unlike anywhere else in the United States. Mixing French with Southern, and making something truly unique. View Recipes >