Monthly Archives: May 2013

You Asked For It: Blueberry Barbecue Sauce

So The Sandy Spring Museum is hosting a Strawberry Festival this weekend, and they asked me to join six other culinarians to present a dish featuring berries.  The guest of honor was former chief White House chef James Moeller (1991-2005) … Continue reading

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Roanoke’s favorite combo speaks to its Southern roots – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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Tweet from Sam H. (@SamsGoodMeats)

Sam H. (@SamsGoodMeats) tweeted at 11:09 AM on Wed, May 15, 2013: Biggest honor of my writing life: a COVER STORY in @artofeating http://t.co/osKxsiKrxb (h/t @koshersoul @fiveseedsfarm @wkrestaurant) (https://twitter.com/SamsGoodMeats/status/334686896728973312) Get the official Twitter app at https://twitter.com/download

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Get It While You Can: Collard Flower Vinegar

So right now I’m at a food studies workshop at Indiana University/Bloomington, hanging out with a lot of the great food studies academics of our time, and on my first scholar in residence visit! Recently I’ve been making vinegars from … Continue reading

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