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Patrick Reinartz

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Kale with Canellini Beans and Sausage

by Patrick Reinartz I’m not one to be scared of meals that take inordinate amounts of prep and forethought, but it’s always a pleasure to put together a dish that’s the polar opposite and find that it’s far more satisfying than you could have hoped. I’ve long been familiar with the concept of kale with … Continue reading

All about Paneer

by Patrick Reinartz Paneer, if you don’t know, is a mild fresh cheese used in a lot of Indian cooking. It’s similar in appearance and texture to Halloumi, if you’ve ever had the pleasure. The two cheeses also share another noteworthy trait, which is that you can fry or grill them without melting right away. … Continue reading

Bagel Day

by Patrick Reinartz When I first took an interest in cooking, I rarely touched baked goods. I liked to cook by the seat of my pants, as it were – eschewing recipes for intuition. But as much fun as it is to learn through trial and error, cooking is still a science and many people … Continue reading

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