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We know you enjoy Executive Chef Corey Heyer's cuisine at the Inn, and now our talented chef is sharing some of his favorite cooking tips so you can use them at home. “Cookin’ It Up” with Corey is a new video series on eHow.com featuring our chef in the kitchen demonstrating how to create a variety of delicious dishes, as well as helpful tips and techniques to improve your home cooking. Discover your inner chef!

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"COOKIN' IT UP" WITH CHEF COREY VIDEO SERIES

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butternut squash soup

Butternut squash soup is a seasonal favorite at The Bernards and returns to menu every autumn. Roasted squash has a delicate flavor; slightly earthy and mildly sweet. In order to capture that flavor, one must not cover, but compliment this delicate taste. Here is a simple recipe from Chef Corey Heyer to help those at home make a great soup.   Enjoy!

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Roasted Tomato Gazpacho Soup  ROASTED YELLOW TOMATO GAZPACHOEnjoy this summer soup that is as tasty as it is refreshing...one of my favorites for the season!   5# Large Yellow Tomatoes, cored and halved 1 Large Onion, cut into 1” chunks ½ tsp Ancho Chili Powder 1/8 tsp Red Chile Flakes 1 Cup Olive Oil Sherry Wine Vinegar, as needed Cilantro, 2-3 sprigs Mint, 6-10 leaves Basil, 10 leaves Salt, as neededProcedure:Toss the tomatoes and onions with the spices, a heavy pinch of salt, and the olive oil. Pour this mixture into a hotel pan and roast in a 350 ?F oven until the tomatoes and o...
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Chilled English Pea SoupA Recipe from The Bernards Inn This is an amazingly easy spring soup to prepare. One of the beauties of the soup is that by using frozen peas it helps cool the soup down quickly. Frozen peas are also harvested at their peak insuring a sweet pea, not a starchy one. The mint enhances the flavors we crave as the days become longer and warmer. The soup can also be garnished with chilled shrimp or lobster or sliced garden radish. Enjoy! 1 Medium Onion, Thinly Sliced 1 Leek, White Portion Only, Thinly Sliced 1 Garlic Clove, Thinly Sliced 1 Sprig of Thyme 1 Bay Leaf 1 TBSP...
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