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A wine dinner featuring Azienda Agricola Frank Cornelissen

    On Monday, November 18th, Oxheart welcomes Frank Cornelissen from Mt. Etna, Sicily for a dinner featuring his wines from Azienda Agricola Frank Cornelissen. Mr. Cornelissen represents one of the most progressive figureheads of natural, bio-dynamic winemaking in the … Continue reading

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A collaborative dinner with Chef Justin Cogley of Aubergine – Carmel, CA

The team at Oxheart Restaurant is pleased to welcome Chef Justin Cogley from Aubergine at L’Auberge Carmel for a dinner on Monday, June 24th. Chef Cogley was recently named by Food and Wine as a Best New Chef at Aubergine … Continue reading

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A collaborative dinner with Chef Viet Pham of Forage – Salt Lake City, UT

Oxheart Restaurant is excited to announce that on Monday, November 26th, our team will be hosting a collaborative dinner with Chef Viet Pham of Forage Restaurant in Salt Lake City, UT. At Forage Restaurant, Chef Pham was named one of … Continue reading

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arriving at Oxheart Restaurant

As long as I’ve known Justin, he’s always wanted to have a restaurant of his own.  If you’ve been around long enough, you know that Oxheart’s food was not what he envisioned years ago.  You would also know that I … Continue reading

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Going Home.

I don’t belong in NYC.  Maybe when I was in finance, right out of college, single and chasing the life that meant lots of worldly stuff and badly needed vacations.  As a happily married wife, 1,500 miles of distance between … Continue reading

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On Vegetables. And dinner details.

I get it. Cooking vegetables is a huge “food trend” these days. But that’s not going to stop me from cooking them. In fact, I think it’s a great thing– a task that I hope more chefs take to with … Continue reading

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Being a cook is one of the most humbling jobs I have ever done.

A pretty personal entry. Anyone who says, “OMG, you’re a chef? (replace interchangeably with pastry chef).  That’s so cool.” must not know how hard it really is. It is not that kinda of cool.  It is sometimes fun and most … Continue reading

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Still Not Home

Just because I am back in Texas doesn’t mean that I feel “at home.” (Yet.) The moving around In our short married life, we’ve been everywhere. Less than three months after getting married, we packed our bags to Chicago where … Continue reading

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USPS, the worst customer service in the… world?

So our time abroad was not all filled with jumping bunnies and pretty, pretty pansies. There were a few downers, but may be the biggest one came directly from back home. It was known as the United States Postal Service. … Continue reading

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Leaving

It is now 1 am, and I should probably be asleep. But instead, I’ve created this blog to chronicle Karen and my travels over the next three months. There are many reasons that we’ve decided to go abroad, and sharpening … Continue reading

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