Monthly Archives: October 2018

A Different Way to Breakfast Sausage

Rich had spent a day feeling achy and tired and sleeping a lot, so, when he got up, I tossed out the idea of “Breakfast for Dinner” – which would be waffles and sausages. As I knew it would, the … Continue reading

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Parfait! Rémoulade Redux

Folk tend to freak out a bit over rémoulade; I mean, it sounds so very French that it must be complicated and involved to make! Nope. I mean, you can start by making your own mayonnaise, but, if you already … Continue reading

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Portuguese Pineapple Chili

Wait. What? They grow pineapples in Portugal? I have absolutely no idea. But… I came across an interesting looking recipe for “Hawaiian Chili” in Parade magazine in the Sunday paper, and it looked interesting, if just a touch boring, with … Continue reading

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Pomegranate Guacamole

This. MIGHT BE. My NEW. FAVORITE THING. THIS image, is the pomegranate guacamole that Rich and I TOTALLY enjoyed at our first dinner in Scottsdale at Sumomaya. We had been discussing the different guacamole options, and asked our server their … Continue reading

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Marinated Asparagus Salad

This is currently on of my favorite salads – and it is wicked simple to put together! Not to take anything away from a nice Louis Salad, this has the added advantage of also acting as part of your appetizer … Continue reading

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San Francisco Style Sourdough Bread

Allrighty then! We have our no yeast sourdough starter well and truly underway and, yeh, if I am being totally honest here, more than just a bit stinky – now we can make us some bread. Good thing the bread … Continue reading

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No Yeast Sourdough Starter

I was reading an article somewhere or else on the interwebs, and it posited that, for some folk, it isn’t really the flour that bothers them in bread, it is the yeast. Hmmm. Having a fair number of friends who … Continue reading

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