Category Archive: Strange But Good

Jul 25

The Best Sea Bass Ever

Sea Bass is a pork belly of the sea.   Who wants chicken when you can have pork?! It especially appropriate that Heather, Kirk and I had pork belly of the sea together rather than the chicken.  Heather hates chicken.  All poultry, really.  But I digress. First, a strange wine.  This Abraxas Vin de Terroir from …

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Jul 18

Kabocha Apple Breakfast Bowl

Squashes make great bowls.   Ohhhh… wouldn’t a cereal bowl of squash be cool?! I make batches and batches of squash each week.  Usually kabocha.  It’s a problem.  Or it would be if it wasn’t also healthy.  I’m not orange yet!   I roasted the above at the beginning of the week so I could use …

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Jul 11

Elvis Jicama Porridge

The King needs no introduction.   That’s code for “I couldn’t think of anything cleaver.” Seriously though.  How can you go wrong with peanut butter, bananas, bacon and chocolate?  Maybe if you’re vegan… but you could add TVP bacon or salted nuts instead!  The key is the sweet and the salty.   You see the good, …

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Jul 04

Dips, Dessert, and a Drink

Happy 4th of July!   aka National Sunburn Day. I have a tradition of running the Peachtree Roadrace (the world’s largest 10K) and enjoying the sweltering heat sunshine.  Since I’m off doing that, today’s #strangebutgood is a round of of things you might like to enjoy during your weekend festivities. Some are stranger than others, but I …

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Jun 27

Peach Salsa Tortilla Pie

It’s not my birthday yet…   But pass me the sombrero! I brought my sweet and salty tooth beyond just breakfast and dessert this week.  Fruit in salsa is one of the best combos.  Tomatoes are technically a fruit.  Strangely enough, they are legally a vegetable. If you haven’t tried fruity salsa, I especially recommend experimenting with mango, …

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