Category: Food

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Cookbook

Yesterday my husband and I decided to buy lobsters for dinner. We went to our local fish market Captain Marden in Wellesley, MA. Standing in line waiting to order I noticed a display of cookbooks on a table. I love cookbooks! I’m always researching new recipes.  When it came to our turn the man behind the counter asked if I was interested in buying … Read More Cookbook

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Potato and Green Bean Salad with Pastis Vinaigrette

This is one of the salads I made for our cookout over this holiday weekend. I will post the others later. I made it the night before and added the dressing a couple of hours before serving and let it get to room temperature. The recipe is in Lunch in Paris by Elizabeth Bard. Which a great read by the way. It serves 4-6, … Read More Potato and Green Bean Salad with Pastis Vinaigrette

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Chez Toutoune’s Mussels with Cream Sauce

I made this dish last night for dinner and it was delicious! Even though I am of Cuban heritage, I love and appreciate French cooking. I’ve been to Paris twice and fell in love with the Bistro’s, the culture and fashion.  It really is my favorite city. Okay back to the food.  I got this recipe from Patricia Wells Bistro cooking.  Here it is. … Read More Chez Toutoune’s Mussels with Cream Sauce

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Grilled Flank Steak with Pomegranate salad

I found this recipe in a clothing catalog. It’s from Chef Charlie Palmer. I substituted the chicory for arugula for my own personal taste. Serves 6.  What you will need: 1/4 cup of extra virgin olive oil 1/4 cup of balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon of pomegranate molasses 1 tablespoon of minced garlic 2 teaspoons of fresh thyme leaves 1 tablespoon of paprika 2 ( … Read More Grilled Flank Steak with Pomegranate salad

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Spinach in Puff Pastry

I have made this Spinach pie many times, it’s great for a meal or can be cut up in smaller bites for appetizers. I got the recipe from Ina Garten”s Barefoot in Paris. Here is the recipe with some of my tips. To me cooking is all in the organization. Always read the recipe thoroughly , can’t tell you how many mistakes I’ve made … Read More Spinach in Puff Pastry

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Rack of Lamb

Sometimes it’s best to look at what ingredients you have on hand then look up a recipe. I went on line looking for what could I put on this rack of lamb. I got frustrated and pulled out parsley, garlic, salt, pepper, oregano dry spice, mint leave dry spice and fresh rosemary , added Greek olive oil. All items were in my pantry and … Read More Rack of Lamb

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Tilapia

Tonight’s dinner was grilled tilapia and asparagus. I seasoned the tilapia and marinated it in a ginger mango chutney. I served it over grilled asparagus and a spoonful of the chutney on top.  

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Cuban food

carne con papa is the Cuban version of meat and potatoes served over rice and with plantains (not fried but boiled)

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french cassoulet

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This is what I made for dinner last night! So yummy.           

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