Tag Archives: Vegetables

Tomato Tarte Tatin

I have found another gem of recipe. I think I told you before but in case you missed it I like to read French blogs. Well actually I read English, American, or in this case Belgium blogs, but they are … Continue reading

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Potatoes and Green Beans

I first had this recipe of potatoes and green beans at my mother-in-law’s many years ago. And then I was watching Lidia Bastianich. She was making my mother-in-law’s salad. The one she used to make so often and she always … Continue reading

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Pappardelle with Summer Vegetables

I asked my friend if she ever goes to her favorite restaurant anymore. She hadn’t mentioned going for a long time. She said no, they couldn’t be trusted to eat there anymore since they lose all sense of propriety and … Continue reading

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Roasted Butternut Squash with Browned Butter and Hazelnuts

I had a recipe failure this week. I rechecked the recipe to see if I had misread it. No I had not. While the final product tasted good, I am sure I could not convince anyone it was worth making … Continue reading

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Refrigerator Salad

Did anyone watch Tom Collicchio documentary regarding food waste? He said that Americans are so wasteful that it is like dropping one of four bags of groceries in the parking lot and not bothering to pick them up. He also … Continue reading

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Vegetable Beef Soup

Beef is not on my menu much. There are multiple reasons. I think chicken or fish are better for me, then finding the good stuff is not always easy, and then if you do it is pretty expensive. I have … Continue reading

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Chicken Soup

I was sick last week. I am pretty sure it was from going to the optometrist. The optometrist is in the same building as internal medicine. I am usually very healthy until I come into contact with a new environment. … Continue reading

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Greek Salad

When you have food sensitivities you must have a plan. I just received a summons for jury duty. If I am chosen I need a plan to where and what I am going to eat. I don’t want to have … Continue reading

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Salmon en Papillote

I laughed out loud when Barbara at Cuisinedeprovence suggested we could flirt with the butcher.  I am too old for that, but today I did appeal as a mother.  I looked at the salmon and asked if it was fresh, … Continue reading

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Curry Cauliflower

How I learned to like Curry Cauliflower. When I see cauliflower I think of my in-laws.  My Father-in-law was a wonderful gardener.  He grew a variety of vegetables.  He had a spring garden, and when that was gone, he would … Continue reading

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