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Venison Meatloaf

My grandmother Frances Pellegrini was a home cook extraordinaire. Whenever she invited me to dinner growing up, I always requested her meatloaf. This is her recipe, taken from a family recipe book, as best as it can be put into words. She never was one to take measurements; it was always about whim and intuition. And there was something in her kitchen air that made this meatloaf turn out a […]

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Elk Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

I once met a hearty Wyoming woman who lived in a farmhouse, and her kitchen smelled wonderful. When I inquired about the source of the aroma, she said she was making a pot of stuffed cabbage rolls. This is my version, inspired by the memory of those good kitchen smells. It is cooked in a tomato sauce base, which is the traditional Eastern European way. These are elk stuffed cabbage […]

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Fig and Quinoa Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

I have been making all kinds of recipes with figs, from this lemony jam to this fontina fig pizza to these caramelized blistered figs with gorgonzola. Today I’m sharing my recipe for Fig and Quinoa Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette. Have you ever had quinoa? Quinoa originated from the Andean region of South America about six thousand years ago. It is grown for its edible seeds but is actually not a […]

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Fresh Fig, Fontina and Thyme Pizza

On New Year’s Eve, my family multiplies this dough recipe and serves pizzas fresh out of the oven all night long. Because the crusts are thin and delicate, it is easy to eat a pie or two (or three!) all by yourself. Really good pizza dough is a canvas on which to drop your favorite ingredients and express your culinary creativity. It is also a good place to scatter fresh […]

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“Venison Braised in Quince Juice”

Last month I wrote to you about my grand quince experiment at Tulipwood. I was determined to conjure up more exciting quince recipes aside from our annual quince jelly. And so I dabbled in Quince Membrillo and Quince Pâte de Fruit. Well I also tried one more thing and it was sublime friends! I made Venison Braised in Quince Juice and I think you should make it immediately. And don’t […]

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“5 Dove Recipes That Will Win Over Picky Eaters”

September marks the beginning of hunting season, and with it some of my favorite protein in the sky: dove. Most people haven’t tried dove before either because they don’t know any hunters or because they think they don’t like the taste of wild game. But we want to change that! Below are 5 tasty dove recipes that will win over even the most picky eaters. Trust us, people will be […]

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“Modern Pioneering Video: 7-Herb Frittata + Upcycled Flower Styling”

I had so much fun teaming up with the crew from Cranford Co.​ to host a Modern Pioneering web series. From The Garden, The Kitchen, The Wild, and The Rest, you’ll be learning recipes, projects and skills for a self-sufficient life. This first one you can use for an easy brunch idea and an upcycled table centerpiece. This is a longer-format video than what we’ve done in the past, so […]

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“Video: Shrimp Scampi with Riceland Rice + Red Quinoa”

Men! Now you can’t say that I’m always leaving you out. Watch: “Georgia Pellegrini’s Cooking School for Men.” Easy, healthy recipes you can make for yourself in 14 minutes or less with minimal clean up. Watch the latest one today for: *Shrimp Scampi with Riceland Rice and Red Quinoa* A special thanks to our sponsor Riceland Foods​. Download the FREE Georgia Pellegrini App in your app store to watch the videos while […]

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“Video: Riceland Mexican Rice Skillet”

Men! Now you can’t say that I’m always leaving you out. Watch: “Georgia Pellegrini’s Cooking School for Men.” Easy, healthy recipes you can make for yourself in 14 minutes or less with minimal clean up. Download the FREE Georgia Pellegrini App in your App Store for monthly videos, an interactive shopping list and step-by-step instructions! Watch the latest one today for: *Mexican Rice Skillet.* A special thanks to our sponsor […]

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“Video: Beef Burrito with Pico de Gallo Riceland Rice”

Introducing my “Cooking School for Men.” Easy, healthy recipes that you can make for yourself in 14 minutes or less, with minimal clean up. Since I do a lot of workshops with the ladies, we decided it was time to teach a series just for the guys. Enjoy and share! A special thanks to our sponsor Riceland Foods​. Download the FREE Georgia Pellegrini App in your app store for an […]

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