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Quick(ish) Kimchee

A quart of very nice kimchee – Korean style pickled cabbage – can be yours, home made (and better!) in a bit under seven hours – and most of that time is just letting the cabbage rest in, first: salt, … Continue reading

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Here We Go a Wassailing…

Happy New Year! We’re back from the holidaze break, just in time to add some warmth to your chilly January mornings… in the form of a tasty cup of wassail. A warm punch, perfect for the cold, dark days of … Continue reading

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Crispity Eggplant and Pork Stir Fry

This was a pretty tasty, and easy to make, two-pot dinner (one pot for the stir-fry, and one to soak the rice noodles. You can even make it vegetarian, if you like, by adding extra-firm tofu, treating it as you … Continue reading

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Small Batch Cranberry Relish

I have been making this Julia Child recipe for 30 years, but never thought to scale it back from Ms. Child’s somewhat, ermmm, huge proportions. Starting with three pounds of cranberries gives one rather a lot of cranberry relish, and, … Continue reading

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Ginger Cream (a sauce for beef)

I was surfing through some web sites devoted to mid-century advertising, and came across this recipe for a sauce to serve on burgers. With ginger in it. Interesting! Let’s face it, there was some weird stuff, foodwise, comin’ out of … Continue reading

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Snap Pea Stir Fry

We were planning a low key New Year’s Eve dinner, Tamari and Sriracha and Tuna Steaks with home made Sriracha and Lime Mayonnaise, and Rich was poking around the produce section at Target looking for a likely veggie side. Hmmm. … Continue reading

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The Doris Project (TDP) Week 31: Roasted Applesauce

Still warm from the oven, this applesauce would make a great side to a fall dinner, even on a fall-feeling late summer day. Left to rest in the fridge overnight and then enjoyed as you will, the flavors have blended … Continue reading

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Wilted Green Beans

One thing I always search out in the Sunday paper (other than the coupons, gotta love the coupons!) is Leah Eskin’s column; she shares a story along with a recipe, and I very often decide that yes, I will be … Continue reading

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Cauliflower & Chickpea Curry

OK, so I cheated… I had some leftover pork ribs leftover from a barbecue experiment I am this close to working out, so I added a couple of them, de-boned and cut into chunks, to this very nice vegetarian curry. … Continue reading

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Shrimp & Pork Meatballs

The Book Club was coming over, and I was in search of fresh ginger at the mobbed market. The always helpful produce guy pointed it out to me, then assured me it was fine if I just broke off what … Continue reading

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