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Chilled Minted Escarole Pea Soup Recipe

30th of June, 2010

Chilled Minted Escarole Pea Soup Recipe

Escarole is a member of the lettuce family, rather neglected in America, but a huge Favorite in France.  It has a delightfully bitter edge that makes it a big salad star, and lends itself perfectly to quick cooking, paired as it is here with milder ingredients for this wonderful cold...
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Lemonade Recipes. All Variations

24th of June, 2010

Lemonade Recipes. All Variations

I never drink soda, and I never serve soda, and nobody ever complains. Au contraire! They all clamor for one of my drinks, in pitchers, which I fill and refill in the wink of an eye. For large parties, I serve my drinks in a fun diner-style three-gallon cold drink...
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Sauté Kale, Mustard Greens, Seaweed and Shitaki Recipe

10th of June, 2010

Sauté Kale, Mustard Greens, Seaweed and Shitaki Recipe

I bet you don’t always know what to make of – let alone with - those masses of leaves and  roots piled demurely at every ethnic food market display you pass hurriedly on your way to and from work: kale, mustard greens, turnip greens, collard greens and whatnot. The good...
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Biscotti Recipe. All Variations. Gluten-Free Friendly

3rd of June, 2010

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If there was only one cookie recipe left for me to make, biscotti would be it, hands down, and not only because it is so simple and delicious but because it is so versatile. From the basic dough, you can go in so many exciting directions. You might even consider...
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Ricotta Almond Pie Recipe

16th of May, 2010

Ricotta Almond Pie Recipe

Anyone looking for a nice departure from the traditional all-American Cheesecake? This Ricotta Almond Pie is for you! light and ethereal, with a wonderful almond crust and scented with lemon peel. I just made it for a fundraiser demo and watched it disappear with great pleasure! Almond crust ingredients: 1/2...
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Seared Tuna Steaks Recipe

3rd of May, 2010

Seared Tuna recipe

No recipe here! Fresh tuna steaks can unfortunately err on the VERY expensive side, but the good news here is: I get individually vacuum-packed frozen tuna steaks, sushi quality, every bit as delicious and fresh as fresh tuna steaks, at less than half the price of fresh, which, at least...
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Minted Tabouleh Recipe. Passover-Friendly

3rd of May, 2010

Minted Tabouleh Recipe. Passover-Friendly

No store-bought Tabouleh comes close to its home-made counterpart. I have included here a gluten-free adaptation, perfect for Passover as well.  I am giving you instructions for regular tabouleh as well: In this case no cooking necessary for the grain! Ingredients: 1 cup quinoa, thoroughly rinsed and drained (If using...
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Endive, Pear, Avocado and Walnut Salad Recipe

3rd of May, 2010

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Endives are wonderful in this salad. The dish is very easily adapted for  Passover, and is equally at home as a salad or a side dish with grilled fish or chicken. We all notice walnut oil, which is an expensive treat year-round, is plentiful and reasonably priced during Passover: Go...
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Eggplant Salad Japanese Style Recipe

3rd of May, 2010

Eggplant Salad Japanese Style Recipe

This dish is equally at home as a salad and as a side dish. I never submit to the tyranny of frying eggplant, which is not only time consuming, but gobbles up lots of oil. I have included a mushroom-eggplant combo, using exactly the same recipe, but throwing in small...
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Heirloom Tomato, Basil and Haricots Verts Salad Recipe

3rd of May, 2010

Heirloom Tomato, Basil and Haricots Verts Salad Recipe

Heirloom tomatoes are expensive, but one taste of these magnificent and whimsically-shaped and -colored gems will explain why: For an occasional treat, slice ‘em, drizzle ‘em with some great olive oil, sprinkle ‘em with delicious sea salt, and you’re good to go, all the way up there with chocolate and ice cream! In...
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