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Dark Meat Chicken Noodle Soup in the Instant Pot

Seeking to accentuate the “comfort” for our sick wife, we used skin-on chicken thighs for this chicken noddle soup made in the Instant Pot.


Walnut Basil Oregano Pesto Will More Than Do

Take advantage of a bursting garden by whipping up for fresh walnut basil oregano pesto. We substituted walnuts for pine nuts and tossed in some oregano.


Our play on a classic: Avocado Caprese Salad with Balsamic Glaze

This variation on the classic Caprese adds avocado. Instead of balsamic vinegar, it uses balsamic glaze, which is richer and more decadent.


Pork Shoulder Tacos with Asian Slaw and Sriracha Mayo

In a recent article, we supplied a recipe for sweet chili sauce braised pork shoulder. We incorporated the pork into spring rolls, which were wholly satisfying. If you’ve ever made pork shoulder, though, you know that it results in a ton of meat. So, we had leftovers. A lot of leftovers. Being both conservationists and […]


So fresh and so cool: our Sweet Chili Sauce Braised Pork Shoulder Spring Rolls

Come summer, we start craving spring rolls because they’re cool, crisp and fresh. We developed this recipe for sweet braised pork shoulder spring rolls.


The Poor Eggs are in Purgatory with Turkey Sausage

Eggs in Purgatory, or shakshuka, is a staple of Middle Eastern cruise, which is popular in Morocco, Egypt, and Israel. We added turkey sausage.


Savory French Toast

Some skills are essential for the gentleman’s toolkit. The ability to cook an excellent breakfast always impresses. French toast reigns supreme among morning entrees because it (1.) tastes marvelous, (2.) requires little culinary magic, and (3.) allows you to revive otherwise semi-stale bread. As with life, we at G@H like to spice up traditional French […]


Thou Shall Eat and Make Merry with Fresh Basil Pesto

Benjamin Franklin once said “Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.” We at G@H agree. We echo the sentiment about pesto. Through pesto’s mere existence, we see that the Almighty wants our food to taste. He wants us to enjoy pasta, pizza and bruschetta. Unlike Dr. Atkins, God likes […]