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Chef Tom – Pork and Veggie Bowls

Posted in Opinion, Recipe, Review with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 10, 2018 by segarini

This lunch had been repeated a few times because it’s so damn satisfying. It takes paying attention to timing to have everything ready at the same time, but when it all comes together, the homey colors, soulful flavors and fresh crunch make a most nourishing one-bowl meal.

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Chef Tom – These Recipes are Fast and Easy…Just Like Me

Posted in Opinion, Recipe, Review with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 6, 2018 by segarini

This one was a happy accident. It’s still stonefruit season, at least for another couple of weeks. I cut firm-ripe nectarines into quarters. I was prepping them to be grilled and mixed in with roasted broccolini and baby potatoes. This mix was to be served with grilled ribeye (recipe below).

The nectarines went into a big bowl, then I drizzled them with some good olive oil, sprinkled some salt and pepper, and mixed them by hand to distribute. I just happened to try one to test the seasoning and OMG! Grilled this way was excellent, but RAW was killer. I ended up serving just this – raw seasoned nectarines – at a potluck the next weekend cuz it was so good. You could use peaches, or both. Don’t matter. The olive oil and S&P on the fruit is amazeballs.

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Chef Tom Herndon Uncovers Some Hidden Gems

Posted in Opinion, Review with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 7, 2018 by segarini

These are the small, unassuming places away from the well-worn footpaths of intrepid foodmeisters. Their name and location are often exposed in a hushed whisper over fancy coffee, “You have to try this place…before it gets discovered.” Writing a review for public consumption feels treasonous. But the place is SO impressive that one is compelled to share the news. I found two such gems in one week. A rare event, indeed.

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