Monthly Archives: August 2010

Mexican and Indian Inspirations from RecipeZaar, errrrr

Two new food creations, both made from recipes found at — er, well, as they now like to be known, as  Frankly, I think they spent a whole lotta money for the new domain name, short but bland. … Continue reading

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Seafood Soup

Yes, made this for lunch yesterday, and a rating of 5 out of 5, and a photo or two will be manhandled into the post later today:  (But for some reason, WordPress seems to be unable to view the existing … Continue reading

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Discovering Squash Blossoms

Stuffed Squash Blossoms Last year I bought a huge squash blossom, which promptly got lost in the fridge, and was not re-discovered until Too Late.  Anyhow, this year: Ingredients: 4 of the lil devils, clean them out from within because … Continue reading

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Chicken with Plum, Apple and Potato

Prep one whole chicken for roasting in the oven as follows: To stuff bird:  coarsely chop up one small potato, and one shallot into maybe half inch bits.  Take a couple small plums and de-pit them, and slice them into … Continue reading

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Farmers’ Market Update

I’ve been a repeat offender at the Bethel, New Milford, and Litchfield farmers’ markets in Connecticut.  Litchfield has by far and away the largest number of farmers present, but they all seem to have their own specialties. Heirloom tomatoes seem … Continue reading

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