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Archives for September 2010

Brennan’s, Houston, TX

by TT September 29th, 2010| Regional Best, Restaurant News
Earlier this month, Think Tasty readers had the opportunity to choose the best restaurant in the Southwest region.  With ten amazing restaurants in the mix, the choice was difficult.  Until the last moment, diners placed their votes and left comments praising their restaurants.  When
whipping cream

Whipped Cream

by TT September 27th, 2010| Recipes, Simple Solutions
You know, sometimes the simplest of things is what impresses people the most.  A perfect example of that is whipped cream.  Making it requires three ingredients and one minute.  That's it.  Yet, every time I make whipped cream instead of spraying it out of a can, I receive comments,
pumpkin bread

Aunt Sue’s Pumpkin Bread

by TT September 24th, 2010| Breads, Recipes
Like many others, when I cook and need inspiration I usually turn to the Internet.  While I do have a cupboard filled with cookbooks, I find it easier to do a quick search online, as that will offer me more options at a quicker speed than reviewing my cookbooks.  However,
Barking Dog Bar Grill

Review: Barking Dog Bar & Grill, Amesbury, MA

by TT September 22nd, 2010| Restaurant Reviews
On a gorgeous fall afternoon without any children under our care, what were my husband and I to do to occupy ourselves?  The answer was obvious: visit a local winery and enjoy a late lunch. So, after completing a few necessary errands, we enjoyed our leisurely drive to Jewell

Ricky’s Lucky Nuts

by TT September 20th, 2010| Food News
One of the benefits of the Best Restaurant polls is meeting interesting chefs and discovering amazing restaurants.  Through the Rocky Mountain poll I had the pleasure of meeting Chef Paul Gelose of The Palace Restaurant in Durango, Colorado.  During our interview, I learned that not only is

The Best Restaurant in the Southwest Region

by TT September 17th, 2010| Regional Best, Restaurant News
After ten days of voting, the poll for the best restaurant in the Southwest Region closed this afternoon.  With many amazing restaurants from which to choose, it wasn't a simple decision.  However, loyal patrons and Think Tasty readers voiced their opinions, and a winner has been

Chefs Nico Monday & Amelia O’Reilly

by TT September 16th, 2010| Chef Interviews
What is better than one talented chef with creative ideas?  Obviously, two chefs!  The Market Restaurant in Gloucester, Massachusetts, is the creation of chefs, Nico Monday and Amelia O'Reilly.  Opening on June 4th, the restaurant has enjoyed a successful first season.

Each chef has his/her own unique, yet intertwined,

Sweet & Savory Pizza

by TT September 13th, 2010| Main Dishes, Recipes
Originally, this pizza was going to be named Pear & Onion Pizza.  However, looking at that title made me think that people would see the title and move on to the next web site.  Although I absolutely adore this pizza, I do understand that it may seem that pears don't

NH’s Best Bread Baskets

by TT September 10th, 2010| Restaurant News
Typically I don't eat a lot of bread.  We tend not to serve it with meals, and I usually prefer having a wrap for a sandwich.  For me, bread is something of an indulgence.  If a restaurant is serving regular dinner rolls or slices of wheat bread, even if

Warm, Sweet, & Nutty Goat Cheese

by TT September 8th, 2010| Appetizers, Recipes, Tapas Monday
To me, this recipe is nearly perfection.  The title alone should explain that.  First, warm cheese is involved, which always is a good thing in my book.  Second, there is a combination of sweet and savory, which delights my taste buds.  Third, with the use of nuts there is crunch,

Best Restaurant- Southwest Region

by TT September 7th, 2010| Regional Best, Restaurant News
Moving south from the Central Plains region, Think Tasty now heads to the Southwest region.  Covering Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana, we will share our top ten picks from the many that were submitted.  For the next ten days, readers will have the

White Grape Reduction

by TT September 3rd, 2010| Recipes, Simple Solutions
In the past few months I have posted several recipes that I don't consider to be true recipes.  Although they require some cooking or kitchen skills, they usually contain only one or two ingredients and involve a minimal number of steps.  However, I do believe that all of them
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