We hope this weeks special thanksgiving menu will inspire you to order something you know you will like, and something you are not so sure of. Then sit around the dinner table with your family with no phones and gadgets, give thanks and enjoy your Thanksgiving feast over conversations and create memories for your family as our parents did for us. Have a great holiday from everyone at Ezie and Emil! It's All about food!
Last night while I was trying to come up with this weeks menu, I was also trying to figure out what to do for Sister #2's birthday. She was tentatively going out of town so nothing was planned for her till last night. Of course then the inspiration for this weeks menu came together with her favorite ingredients, and last of the local pick for the season as the frost this weekend will probably end what grows locally outside of green houses. Sis2 (our parents should have named
Husband's most requested item for dinner during Football and Hockey season is Chili. Cincinnati style Chili, in particular. Cincinnati Style Chili was developed by the Macedonian immigrant Tom Kiradjieff in 1922. With his brother, John, Kiradjieff opened a small Greek restaurant called the Empress. At first, the restaurant did poorly until they started to offer a chili made with Middle Eastern spices, which could be served in a variety of ways. He called it his “spaghetti chi