Posts tagged as twin cities chef’s table

On Luck and Flow and Perfectly Seared Scallops

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Dec 16, 2015 at 11:57am

Photo (and scallops) by Erik Eastman Every once in awhile – or hopefully often, which is my goal – you stumble into a situation so ridiculously sparkly and rich and delicious that time falls away and all you can think to say, over and over again, is: This is amazing. This is amazing! THIS IS AMAZING….

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Squash, Beet & Apple Salad

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Jan 22, 2015 at 12:43pm

Have I ever shared with you my purpose? That’s a rhetorical question because I know that I haven’t. For someone who puts a LOT of my life out into the ether – at least my food life – I’ve held much closer my dreams and plans for the future. It’s icky scary to put out…

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Local Cookbooks Galore and Chef Jack’s Jalapeño Poppers (Grain-free, Gluten-free)

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Dec 1, 2014 at 3:57pm

I was at Kitchen in the Market last week signing copies of Twin Cities Chef’s Table , and while checking out their retail offerings I was pretty stunned to see how many fantastic Minnesota cookbooks are on their shelf! You guys, Minnesota has had a banner couple of years, absorb this: The New Midwestern Table…

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Brasa’s Pork Shoulder Roasted with Citrus Mojo and Twin Cities Chef’s Table Giveaway

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Nov 1, 2014 at 1:23pm

What better way to give you a peek into the lusciousness inside Twin Cities Chef’s Table than to share a recipe for Brasa’s beloved roasted pork shoulder? I never, ever eat there without ordering it – in fact, I had it just yesterday for lunch – because it tastes fantastic with all of the other…

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Double Your Pleasure Book Signing at Kitchen in the Market!

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Oct 11, 2014 at 9:44am

OK here’s an amazing thing. This winter, while I was holed up writing Twin Cities Chef’s Table, my dear friend Zoe François was downstairs writing her latest soon-to-be-bestselling book, Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. You see, I rent my lovely apartment aka The Treehouse) from Zoe and her husband Graham. As luck…

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Bacon-Wrapped Dried Plums with Rosemary Honey (AIP, Paleo) and Slim Palate Cookbook Giveaway WINNER!

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on May 27, 2014 at 4:30pm

First up: congratulations to Elaine Harbaugh Heffner for winning last week’s The Slim Palate Paleo Cookbook giveaway! Happy cooking to you, Elaine, I know that you’ll love it. You’ll of course recognize these little tasties as a twist on Devil’s on Horseback (dates stuffed with blue cheese, wrapped in bacon; they’re marvelous). I started playing around…

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Happy 8th Birthday Fresh Tart + Twin Cities Chef’s Table: Part II

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Jan 8, 2014 at 6:44pm

I am all book (Twin Cities Chef’s Table), all the time right now, which is why I haven’t shared a recipe for a few weeks. I hope you did something wonderful to ring in 2014! I’m having the time of my life visiting restaurants, chatting with chefs, taking pictures, talking about food, gathering recipes, and…

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Twin Cities Chef’s Table: Part I

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Oct 13, 2013 at 9:32am

As I’ve mentioned several times already, I’m writing and photographing a cookbook called Twin Cities Chef’s Table (TCCT), to be published by Globe Pequot in spring 2014. The book will be part of a well-established series of lovely Chef’s Table books, featuring cities and regions from around the country. TCCT will of course include recipes from…

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Fried Chicken with Watermelon, Tomato & Corn Salad

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Sep 17, 2013 at 4:01pm

I’m writing a cookbook called Twin Cities Chef’s Table, to be published by Globe Pequot in spring 2014. The book is a snapshot of the Twin Cities food scene, incorporating recipes and full-color photographs from chefs, growers, and purveyors. Twin Cities Chef’s Table will be part of a series of beautiful Chef’s Table books that…

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