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No Comments Mexico Inspiration Alan and I spent the month of October in Mexico. We have been many times but never for such an extended period and it seems that the more time we spend in Mexico the more we appreciate the Country and... Read MoreThursday, 30 November 2017 - Posted by
No Comments Tomato Jam Tomato jam? Weird right? I have heard about the stuff for years but even in the years when we have had a glut of tomatoes I have never ventured down the tomato jam road. Then, a few weeks ago my... Read MoreMonday, 09 October 2017 - Posted by
No Comments Tomato Confit My friend Karen had a lovely mom – grandma to Sophie and Lily. Her name was Mary Spivey. She was the best. She was beloved. Mary was a wonderful person. She had a very interesting life and shared it with... Read MoreMonday, 05 September 2016 - Posted by
No Comments Simmered Chickpea Stew Get those garbanzo beans a soakin’ Long ago, when Alex was a youngster, I had a client who gave me a recipe for her favorite garbanzo bean stew. It really was delicious and I made that recipe many times –... Read MoreWednesday, 20 January 2016 - Posted by
No Comments Summer Gazpacho It’s been a long hiatus and hopefully it’s over! This is where I left off. . . . We had a treasure trove of tomatoes in our garden, which was glorious and fun. Once again I experimented with gazpacho recipes,... Read MoreSaturday, 02 January 2016 - Posted by
Comments (2) Stuffed Squash Blossoms My need to dominate the over-abundance of zucchini in my garden continues. I walked out on Friday afternoon and there were another million zucchini ready to be picked and probably two dozen squash blossoms – gorgeous – but a little... Read MoreWednesday, 28 May 2014 - Posted by
No Comments For A Prosperous Year Filled With Luck! My last Post was about the Southern States’ New Years Day tradition of Hoppin John, Greens, and Corn bread. The black-eyed peas in the Hoppin’ John represent the coins. The green color of the green represents the color of dollar... Read MoreThursday, 02 January 2014 - Posted by
No Comments Sea Bass Provencal I saw this really delicious sounding recipe and I cut it out of some newspaper somewhere and I put it in my purse and I’ve been toting it around ever since. Honestly it’s been so long that I can’t remember... Read MoreWednesday, 20 November 2013 - Posted by
No Comments More More More Tomatoes…This Time Soup I’ve been exploring recipes for tomato soup. It’s become a mini-obsession. I haven’t been making tons of recipes or anything – just reading them – and there are so many. And there are so many tomatoes. The recipe I made... Read MoreTuesday, 06 August 2013 - Posted by
No Comments And Then There Were The Rellenos So, like I said, we were in Oregon, at Susy’s and Barry’s place on the Rogue River and they have this fabulous garden and I mean that – it’s truly fabulous and abundant and absolutely full of gorgeous vegetables and... Read MoreSunday, 16 September 2012 - Posted by