Monthly Archives: March 2015

Going Greek…meatloaf, that is. Greek Meatloaf with Rosemary Red Potatoes and Green Beans.

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There is something so homey and comforting about meatloaf.  It’s also versatile and lends itself well to standing alone, or sandwiches, or even meatballs.  The challenge is mixing up your meatloaf to make something new.  This experiment turned out to … Continue reading

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Coffee Almond Biscotti

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The first round of Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti was delicious, so now it’s time to experiment… Like yin and yang, I figured I should make a dark to go with the light, and there is nothing like chocolate, so here we go! Coffee Almond Biscotti 1/4 … Continue reading

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Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti

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Years ago, my best friend and I would frequent a fabulous nightspot that was a restaurant by day/night.  They served amazing biscotti, and oftentimes we would find ourselves sequestered in a corner, noshing on these goodies while the rest of … Continue reading

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Attempting artisanal bread. Muesli Artisan Bread

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Artisan?  Artisanal?  So the person that makes it is the artisan and the bread itself is described as artisanal and any way you slice it, it makes me happy because carbs make my world go round. My Lululemon bag says … Continue reading

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Home in the islands (at least foodwise). Hawaiian plate with Kalua Pork and Cabbage, Chicken Long Rice and Lomi Tomato

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There is an L & L around the corner and we’ve been there twice in two years.   Why?  Because there is no place like home, especially when the kitchen is putting out plates like Yama’s.  I may not have a … Continue reading

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From the GrillMaster: Kielbasa Submarine Sandwiches with Beer Braised Onions

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“Scientists suspect that taste and memory are inextricably bound. That taste, like smell, bypasses the part of the mind that is logical and educable and travels directly to the primitive brain, seat of instinct and memory.” –Molly O’Neill, Ney York … Continue reading

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