Archive for December, 2012

Slicing vegetables is really quick and easy, especially if you are going to toss them into a stir-fry, or add to a soup or stew.  Uniformity of slices is not as important for stews, soups, or broths. Sometimes sliced vegetables may be taking center stage on your table. Perhaps for   Read More ...

Categories: Tools of the Trade

Years ago when our kids where young, we all loved going out for ‘chinese’.  I so remember our daughter about 5 kneeling on a chair in a nice chinese, local restaurant, and poking around her food with chopsticks the server had nicely fastened together with rubber bands so she could   Read More ...

Categories: Seasonal Favorites

You know there are those days when you just have to cook something a bit complicated, something fussy, something that will mess up your kitchen like crazy, and result in a succulent, mind-boggling food sensation that will send you back to your childhood with one bite.  Cabbage Rolls do that for   Read More ...

Categories: Seasonal Favorites

Nothing is as inviting as the smell of fresh bread wafting through your house. No wander the dog, the cat, and the mouse all came running to Little Red Hen’s table!  The smell is delicious, but even more so when coming from fresh focaccia bread.  A bit time-consuming but worth   Read More ...

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