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  • Chicken with Mushrooms in a Cream Sauce

    Recipe: Chicken with Mushrooms in Cream Sauce

    Cream sauces were very stylish in the Edwardian days of Downton Abbey.  Lush and rich and decadent, much like the people who ate them.  Serve with asparagus and any starch from quinoa (not very era-appropriate, but a whole grain is always a good idea when you are indulging in a cream sauce) to rice. Moseley... MORE

  • Asian Kohlrabi and Apple Slaw

    Recipe: Asian Kohlrabi and Apple Slaw

    My kids’ school just started a CSA (Consumer Supported Agriculture) this year and it’s pretty fantastic.  First of all, it’s just nice to watch the high schoolers running the thing in action, weighing produce, bagging everything, and from what I gather, they really run the show, including sourcing the produce and working with the farm... MORE

  • butterscotch pudding

    Simple Butterscotch Pudding

    I hate when people I love are not feeling well, but I have a slightly selfish pleasure in cooking for them.  Yesterday my husband Gary had back surgery for a ruptured disk (pause for “ewww.”).  It’s astonishing how it all works these days, if you are lucky enough to live in a first world country... MORE

  • Cod Cakes

    Recipe: Salt Cod Cakes

    I was in Queens last weekend, and found myself in a truly fabulous supermarket with a heavy duty stock of Hispanic ingredients like nopalitos (pickled cactus) and salt cod (bacalao or baccalou – with various spellings), and I brought home as much as I could carry on the subway.  If you ever want to jump... MORE

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    Meyer Lemon Carnitas

    Don’t you love when a dish that you’ve heard breathless praise about lives up to its expectation? Having fallen head over heels for pulled pork, the call of carnitas had to be addressed.  Carnitas are a Mexican pork dish, where the meat is first braised, then sautéed for a wonderful flavor and texture.  As with... MORE

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    Recipe: Chocolate Vanilla Cake

    Do you have both chocolate and vanilla lovers in your home?  I do.  So when there is a celebration and you make the mistake of saying, “should I made a chocolate cake or vanilla cake”do  you get contradictory answers that are completely unhelpful in sum?  I do. I made this cake on just such an... MORE

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