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As often as possible my wife and I get together with a group of amazing friends near Charlottesville for wonderful conversation and great food. Everyone is a skilled cook and comes up with simple but savory dishes to satisfy our group that includes gluten free and vegetarians. Take a look at our lunch.
Smoked Steelhead Trout
Kale with cranberries and a poppy seed dressing.
Grilled pineapple, half brushed with maple syrup and half with a ginger sauce.
Deviled eggs, half dusted with Dizzy Pig Bombay Currish and half with their Pineapple Head seasonings.
Tiramisu, half gluten free and half with extra gluten.
Flourless Chocolate Cake with home-made whipped cream, crystalized orange peel, and a blood orange sauce.
Sous vide steak, chicken, pork belly, and more ways to play with your new kitchen toy.
By this point, you’ve probably heard of the Instant Pot. Chances are, you or someone you know owns one. It’s an electric pressure cooker that can do almost everything and costs around $100. The first Instant Pot was created in 2009, and it’s been steadily amassing fans ever since.