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Creamy Roasted Cauliflower Bisque

I had no plans for cauliflower over the course of my very busy weekend, but when I saw big, beautiful heads of cauliflower in the store the other day, I couldn’t resist buying one. 687 more words

Chocolate and candied orange peel bread

This bread is delicious. If you love the combination of citrus and chocolate, then this is for you. It is easy to do..just keep an eye on the baking time and as you see the top turning brown, cover it with foil :) 127 more words


Silly simple creamy tomato soup

Ready to find just 3 things in your pantry and make something delicious?

First combine 28 ounces of crushed tomatoes and 32 ounces of vegetable broth:  105 more words


Winter Quinoa Kale Tabbouleh Salad

Winter Quinoa Kale Tabbouleh Salad

I call this salad tabbouleh, although most of the ingredients are not what you will find in a typical Middle Eastern tabbouleh salad. 605 more words


Julia Child's Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage

So…I am still determined to use up my leftover cabbage from last week’s coleslaw. This time, it is a lombard and all I can do as I slice is marvel at how beautiful it looks. 246 more words


Parathas, part 1 of 3

Another lovely flatbread to eat on its own, rolled up with filling, stuffed or eaten with a curry or raita. Paratha is made with whole wheat flour, like chapatis, but layered so that it is soft and flaky. 492 more words


Pining for Rosemary

Rosemary, ahh, I do love this herb.  It has spiky, rather substantial leaves, a heady, strong, complex aroma and flavor.  It’s great on lamb, pork, fish and game, rubbed into chicken or your Thanksgiving turkey or sprinkled over potatoes (or other root vegetables), that are then roasted to crispy perfection.  836 more words

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