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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
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
Supper the other night was tuna patties on a bed of shredded red cabbage with a ginger dressing/puree. Tuna Patties Mix together 2 cans tuna 1 large egg about 1/4 c bread crumbs finally diced onion and celery that has … Continue reading
Although I have a crock pot, I really don’t use it that much. I often see recipes that sound interesting. But since I’m home most of the day, I generally fail to see the point of preparing something in a … Continue reading
Saute chopped onions, carrots, and crushed garlic in a little olive oil. Add water, 1 can of diced tomatoes with liquid, diced potato, and bring to a boil. Add garlic powder, onion powder, and some red pepper flakes to taste. … Continue reading
Whether you call them biscotti or mandelbroit, I love those little cookies that just beg to be dunked in tea or a coffee. This is my base recipe that I use for biscotti. It comes from Rocco DiSpirito. Using this … Continue reading
My step-mother was the person who taught me how to cook pumpkin pies. I spent quite a few Thanksgivings sitting around with her and making pumpkin pies to take to all the various houses we were going to. (On some … Continue reading
I fell in love with mochas from the first taste. I mean how can you NOT like something with chocolate? But going out for mochas can get a bit expensive, and sometimes you want to enjoy something in the comfort … Continue reading
For the crust: I used store-bought. (oh, the shame.) You need one crust for the bottom and another to put on top. For the filling: Dice potato and carrot and boil until tender. At the very end of cooking add … Continue reading