By Chef Moe Marsh
Winter is here, and the soup is on the way! This is one of my favorite times of year, when the air gets crisp and the trees shows us their true colors before letting their leaves fall to the ground. Harvest has come and with it all its winter vegetables.
I love making soup at this time of year—and making a lot! LOL
As chefs, we work long hours, and some days, the last thing I …
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Hi everyone it’s Chef Moe here once again with one of my very favorite foods to make and eat: chicken wings! I love them so much, especially when it’s the beginning of football season. (Go Cowboys—whooo!) Wings are party favorites for any occasion and will most definitely be a hit no question. There are many different styles and methods of making fried chicken wings or what most people call “Buffalo wings” because they were invented in …
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Last weekend, we prepared an authentic Spanish meal, which included the very popular elote.
Centuries ago, indigenous tribes in southern Mexico cultivated and started growing corn. Over many years, corn has spread across the world into the homes of almost all regions and has cemented itself as one of the worlds most popular vegetables. The versatility of corn has helped it reach its high demand, and it’s now also included in animal feed, ethanol fuel, and …
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Hi, once again, everyone! Chef Moe Marsh here with another tasty recipe for your outdoor grilling season.
With summer in full swing and July 4th just behind us and vacation time upon us, it is most definitely time to spark up the grill, people. For those long days on the beach or camping in the beautiful mountains, this dish will accommodate both perfectly. Ether over a campfire or grilling poolside, your guests and family will love …
Summer is my favorite time of the year to try new recipes with lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. One of my favorite summer recipes is for black bean and corn salsa.
This is a recipe that you can get creative with. Sometimes I will dice up an avocado or a jalapeño and add that. You can also get creative with how you serve it. Tortilla chips are great, but I have also eaten it with pita chips, …
We’re all getting ready for the 4th of July with our family and friends, so we wanted to share with you some easy all-American recipes–with some unique spins–to make your holiday even better.
Make your lemonade with a little twist by added some sweet raspberries and blackberries plus fresh mint with this Berry Lemonade recipe.
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Now that Halloween is over, everyone is getting in the spirit for the holiday season! Most of us in the office at the Ridge love this time of year and everything it brings over the next couple of months.
As the temperature drops, here is a delicious slow-cooker cranberry apple cider recipe to try this month or for upcoming holiday parties. I promise: it’ll make your house smell amazing! The recipe is courtesy …
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At the stroke of midnight on September 1, it seemed that everyone (once again) started going crazy for pumpkin everything! You have pumpkin cereal, creamer, air freshener and even OREOS! Yes, I am one of the pumpkin spice lovers, too, so I’m as excited as most of the world.
Gail always makes us little treats whenever she can, so one of our favorites this time of year is her pumpkin-spiced dip with gingerbread cookies. …
Even though I am not Irish, for St. Patrick’s Day I try to make something Irish to go with this lucky day. My attempt to make soda bread was definitely an experience! We enjoyed it for dinner with cabbage and corned beef.
The tradition of this bread began mainly for poor people with the most basic of ingredients of flour, baking soda, soured milk, and salt. Before baking, a cross was cut on the top of the loaf …