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Tortino di asparagi

This is a fancy name for an asparagus tart.  This is my kind of appetizer. There are only three ingredients and all can be found in a typical grocery store. It can be assembled in advance and will serve 4-10 … Continue reading

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Potato Frittata with Feta and Scallions

I needed a company breakfast that could be prepared the night before and popped in the oven in the morning.  This was perfect.  I also needed it to be delicious since I  ruined the bacon the day before.  I made … Continue reading

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Osso Buco

Today was my first attempt at cooking veal.  I purchased the veal shanks from QFS and suffered from sticker shock.  I actually removed the price tag  from the package so Jerry wouldn’t see it and have a stroke.     … Continue reading

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Jambalaya

Step one was to gather ingredients and actually read the entire recipe before grocery shopping.  This worked for us and we only had to make one trip to the store.   Bev was in charge of chopping the vegetables.   … Continue reading

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Tortellini Picnic Salad

      This is a great summer luncheon salad.  It is quick, easy and delicious.  Recipe is in Simply Classic under Pasta.  The recipe called for black olives but I am not an olive fan and chose to ignore … Continue reading

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Pacific Rim Salad

This is a perfect salad to transport because you can make it a day ahead and then transfer in  ziplock bags.  Basic ingredients are pasta, shrimp, green onion, snap peas and celery.  The dressing is just as easy and is … Continue reading

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Better-Than-Mom’s Oatmeal Cookies

I am not sure that these are better than mom’s but they are very good. However, I am not a good judge of cookies because I have never met a cookie I didn’t like. Recipe can be found on page … Continue reading

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