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October 21, 2017

Follow Baked Apples With Apple Cider Carmel Sauce And Whipped Cream       Have you ever thought about the fact that we have an emotional attachment to foods that directly correlates to when it is harvested? For example, in the spring, especially for Easter dinner we think of eating tender...
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September 26, 2017

Follow Peanut Butter Cookies     For years, I have given the Betty Crocker Cookbook to new cooks – it was watching Kate learn to make bread, with that book, that convinced me it is a good book for beginning chiefs, to have on their shelves and more importantly, in their...
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August 7, 2017

Follow   Pickled Beets     My first memories of a “real” delicatessen are in California, going into Canter’s Deli that was open 24 hours a day! The deli had enough neon to belong in Los Angeles and enough of everything else – from good food to ambiance – to be...
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July 3, 2017

Follow Gray’s Papaya     Hot dogs are most definitely a food I must be in the mood for; they are not part of my regular fare, but a good hotdog can certainly hit the spot, at the right moment – like say the 4th of July! For me, what makes...
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June 17, 2017

Follow Bread Pudding   I love bread pudding! I enjoy it hot out of the oven, at room temperature, and chilled; it is great plain or with sauce or whipped cream.  It is a dish that travels well and sits happily in the refrigerator for a good week, especially in an...
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May 24, 2017

Follow Vegan Stuffed Bell Peppers     I do not think it is a secret, especially to his wife, that my favorite person in the world, to cook for, is Marcial. Both he and his son eat with gusto; Marcial is adventurous, in general, but also with food and is always...
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April 23, 2017

Follow The Union Oyster House     This month, I am not going to share a recipe with you, rather a restaurant.  To mark a bit of our history, we headed to the historical Boston landmark The Union Oyster House, which according to their website “is the oldest restaurant in Boston...
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March 9, 2017

Follow Lobster   Because we were in Maine! Many years ago, it was quite a pleasure to be able to prepare a lobster for my Mother on her birthday, today would have been her 86th birthday.  Lobster  was something she had never eaten before, and of course, being in Maine, where...
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February 17, 2017

Follow Hummus     Hummus has become rather standard fare; and I cannot honestly say that I remember when I first ate it, though I think it must have been sometime in the early 1980’s; I do remember serving Mike Gregan, and him being surprised. He seemed to like the hummus,...
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January 20, 2017

Follow Chili Cheese Fritos!     When I was in high school, in Delano, California, a new little eatery opened on Main Street.  Our sophomore year, Sarah got her driver’s license, and we would occasionally leave school for lunch, and head to Main Street.  This is a silly little recipe, but it really is...
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