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August 2014


Heirloom Marinara

Heirloom Marinara

Whether you find yourself with an abundance of late summer tomatoes bursting from your garden, or you are tempted by the gorgeous varieties at the market – you may find yourself wondering how to make the most of them. Sliced tomatoes with salt,..

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Sweet Corn Crab Soup

Sweet Corn Crab Soup

It is mid-August in Colorado and I am up to my ears in homegrown sweet corn. This is my first garden and it has been an incredible experience watching our seeds sprout, grow, and become harvest-able treasures. Among our over-ambitious front yard..

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Honeyed Figs with Speck and Gorgonzola

Honeyed Figs with Speck and Gorgonzola

Figs. Throughout my website and on my logo you may notice the recurring symbol of a fig leaf. Fresh figs have always been a favorite fruit of mine, and I have even gone as far as to jokingly call them my “spirit fruit.”

Spending the summer of 2008..

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The First Bite

The First Bite

Welcome to the DTEG Blog!
I am overjoyed to finally have a proper website up and running, thanks to my talented friends David Rickles for building it, and Regan Stiegmann for the beautiful food photography! I am a fan of many food and cooking..

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