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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Ok folks, here’s a followup with a few of the recipes from our Thanksgiving bash! BGE Smoked Turkey (adapted from Mad Max’s turkey recipe.) 14 lb fresh Turkey (I’d say fresh is more important than organic) 2 sticks of butter … Continue reading
Wow, what a fantastic Thanksgiving Day that was. It was everything the Gastronaut stands for, boiled down into one event; great food, great friends, great fun (and a little wine). The food was a success and when we were done, … Continue reading
Ok Gastronauts. It’s game time. Our party has expanded from a likely group of four to a likely group of TEN! I am officially excited, but somewhat concerened about logistics and quantities. We only got a 14lb turkey, but hopefully … Continue reading
The Turkey Day countdown has begun! Thanksgiving is probably my favorite holiday. It combines some of my favorite things in life; food, cooking, friends. It also promotes a concept I feel very strong about, being thankful for the great things … Continue reading
Hi Gastronauts! I had made a resolution to post Monday, Wednesday and Friday, which it turns out is far tougher than it seems. Today was a crazy day around Gastronaut Farms, so I wasn’t able to get a post up … Continue reading
After a fairly successful run with pasta dough, I figured the next logical step would be pizza dough. As I mentioned in the pasta post, pizza is probably my favorite food. As the old adage goes… even bad pizza is … Continue reading
You have probably all noticed me mention “The Egg” or the “Big Green Egg” throughout my posts. I’m pretty sure I even mentioned that I would eventually do a posting about it. The Big Green Egg; is quite simply one … Continue reading
I love pasta. Pasta is second only to pizza, and possibly sometimes a very close tie with sushi. I love pasta so much, that in my wedding vows to my wife, we promised to have pasta dinners on Sundays. (This … Continue reading
The farm is really starting to blossom, literally. More than half of our vegetables are in bloom, and some are even starting to bear fruit. As you can see, the little garden that could, is. One of the joys of the … Continue reading