Author Archives: Marilyn

Apricot Whole Wheat Scones

Click here to view recipe. I know, I know, I have told a lot of people that I am not a pastry person, that I could easily live without doughnuts or cakes or scones or breakfast breads.  This is actually … Continue reading

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Giant Blueberry Frittata

Click here to view recipe. I love making pancakes, although standing at the stove pouring, flipping and then trying to keep everything warm and fresh isn’t much fun.  I spotted this recipe online this summer and tried it the following … Continue reading

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Cauliflower Burritos

Click here to view recipe. I’ve said it before, but cooking is my “art form.”  I love to eat, I have no rules or diets I have ever, ever followed.  I adore the colors, the textures, the creativity of food … Continue reading

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Chocolate Chip Tahini Bars

Click here to view recipe. I am a huge tahini fan, an even huger dark chocolate fan, and I am always on the hunt for new and easy dessert type bars to make.  This recipe adapted from The Washington Post … Continue reading

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Juana

My husband and I have been traveling to Guatemala every other month for a year. This magical place is so different from what I pictured in my mind or what I read about the country in numerous news publications.  Our … Continue reading

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Giant Raisin Oatmeal Cookies – New and Improved

Click here to view recipe. I keep 99 percent of my recipes on my computer so that I can access them anywhere in the world I might be.  Sometimes I open documents to share with friends, sometimes I need to … Continue reading

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Easy Peasy Mac & Cheesy

Click here to view recipe. I heard on the street that mac and cheese can be made in the pressure cooker or instapot.  That sounded a little counter-intuitive to me, and I’m a skeptic to boot. BUT I was being … Continue reading

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Kitchen Sink Soup

Click here to view recipe. I’m in Antigua, Guatemala as I write this post.  We are renting a small apartment in the center of town, and my kitchen here is very small and barely useable.  For example, the smallish electric … Continue reading

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Morning Glory Muffins

Click here to view recipe. The other day I was looking at the Washington Post food section, and lo and behold – Ellie Krieger’s recipe for Morning Glory Muffins popped out at me.  Back in the day…way back in the … Continue reading

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Quick Curry Lentil Soup

Click here to view recipe. Following my trip to Antigua, Guatemala, I searched out a recipe for “curried red lentil soup.” During my visit, I had a real “yen” for soup and our rental apartment stove is so off balance … Continue reading

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