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Fruit Salad With Cucumber

??? Yep, you read that headline correctly; I was looking at a surfeit of fruit and cucumbers that I was wonder what, exactly, to do with. But then, I was meeting friends for lunch and conversation and mebbe some wine. … Continue reading

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Macerated Peaches

Yesterday, I posted a really nice (and gluten free!) recipe for a baked cheese blintz casserole. Today, we’re gonna prep some fruit to scatter over the top of your blintz slices. How about peaches? The market had some nice white … Continue reading

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Fruit Salad With Lemon Curd Yogurt Sauce

SO, yes, I’ve done versions of this macerated fruit salad before, with Limoncello, and another version with Cointreau in place of the Limoncello. And all with that tasty lemon curd yogurt and honey sauce. This time, I was going to … Continue reading

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Sweetened Condensed Milk

So, we’ve all been there… gathering all of the ingredients to make a new recipe – you’ve even gone out to the market to pick up some of the stuff you don’t normally keep in the house, then… you pull … Continue reading

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Orange J Cocktail

Tasting a lot like a Creamsicle, but not for the kidees, this refreshing, semi-frozen cocktail is wicked simple to toss together. If you happen to have one of those extra large super-duper blenders that makes soup and soft serve and … Continue reading

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Mint Oreo Cheesecake Cups

I’ve kindasorta done this recipe before, with the cherry cheesecake cup post two weeks ago; but, I had a package of mint Oreo Thins the hubby had picked up at the market, and thought that mebbe I should try the … Continue reading

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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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Parfait! French Peas

Tender, sweet, and oh! so tasty; this is just about the only way I make peas anymore, so thanks to Julia Child and whomever inspired her to simplify the more traditional French pea cooking method… we don’t need no scallions … Continue reading

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Parfait! Korean Potato Salad

“Wait! What? Didn’t you just post about this (very delicious) potato salad last week?” Yes. Yes, I did, but I’ve thought about it, and made some adjustments that make it even better! And, it’s not just me; I made a … Continue reading

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Sweet & Tangy Salad Dressing

I was surfing somewhere, and came across a salad dressing recipe that looked too simple and just plain tasty, that I had to try it. Lot’s of sites and folk have sweet and tangy salad dressing recipes out there (I … Continue reading

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