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Fried Pomfret with Tangy Tomato Sauce

As I said earlier, I’m not a big fish eater but Pomfret is something I can rarely say no to. This is one recipe I prepared some time ago and really loved the way it turned out. 277 more words

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Pumpkin Soup.. Liquid Comfort Guaranteed!!

Hi Guys….  I am back with a very tasty and simple comfort food! Pumpkins are known for their typical taste and natural sweetness. Making a pumpkin soup not only is an ideal way to satisfy your sweet cravings but also a fun way to feed kids! 368 more words

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Butternut Squash & Shiitake Spring Rolls

I love spring rolls. I love the crispness of them plus I love  food that I can eat with my hands. I also like the fact that you can fill them with almost anything and they will still turn out great. 552 more words

Side Dish

Tuna pasta bake


To get back to my original concept of comparing lifestyle and in particular, food and eating/shopping habits between the UK and France, I have to talk about ‘Ready meals’ (les plats prepare). 526 more words


Classic Corned Beef Reuben

Well as I indicated in my last post, I have this last little recipe to use up the rest of the corned beef from last week.  546 more words

Berkeley Heights Home Cooking

Spicy Crispy Chicken Sandwich

Every fast food restaurant has a version of the spicy chicken sandwich and most places have a crispy version. These sandwiches are also laden with fats and it’s really not that easy to fit them into your daily meal plan if you’re “cutting” like I am. 454 more words

Clean Eating

Chipotle and Adobo Chili

While this winter has been pretty brutal for most of the United States and huge portions of Canada, Seattle has been blessed with remarkable weather. Sure it’s been a bit drizzly every now and then, but when it’s sunny and blue skies in January and February, I can’t help but think how lucky I am. 348 more words

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