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Category Archives: Not Quite a Recipe
When I travel, I tend to take food with me. It’s part of the whole keeping kosher thing. There just aren’t that many kosher eateries out there, and it’s easier to take my food along than have to travel to … Continue reading
Yesterday I had a nice salad for lunch. It had romaine lettuce, sauteed red onion and bell peppers, and some leftover roasted chicken. I decided to top it off with a basalmic vinaigrette. A vinaigrette is an emulsion consisting of … Continue reading
With Cinco de Mayo coming up, every foodie website known to mankind is posting recipes for Mexican food- or at least stuff they call Mexican food. Having grown up on the border with Mexico, I feel perfectly justified complaining about … Continue reading
I’ve been in a post-Passover frenzy to use up leftover potatoes. And since my motto lately is “everything is better with cheese” I came up with this casserole meal. Broccoli added for a modicum of nutritional value. Put 1lb frozen … Continue reading
I’ve made cheese lasagna approximately 3 times in the last week and a half. So why, you ask, are there no pictures in this post? Because my husband really really likes to eat the cheese lasagna. Filling: 1 1lb … Continue reading
My Husband and I had a nice supper the other night of roasted duck, mashed potatoes, and spinach. On Duck: Duck tends to be very fatty. If you score the skin before cooking it allows excess fat to drip away. … Continue reading
I’m very fond of food, good food in particular. But sometimes, after overdoing it on the heavy stuff, I just want something refreshing. One of my favorite snacks growing up was pepino con jugo de limon y sal. That’s Spanish … Continue reading