Monthly Archives: March 2013

Bubbie’s Chocolate Macaroons

http://entreconpensacola.com/speaker/dr-ed-ranelli Click here to view recipe. Monday night March 25 was the first Passover seder celebrated by Jews all over the world. I believe this holiday tradition is THE most observed even by secular Jews. My family convened in Iowa for … Continue reading

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Sesame Asparagus

http://beautyandstyleguide.com/heres-my-new-years-detox-and-no-its-not-a-juice-cleanse/ Click here to view recipe. Nothing says SPRING to me like asparagus, when it finally shows itself at the farmers markets here in Seattle. As much as I love all the root vegetables available week after week during the cold … Continue reading

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Kitchen Connections

Jesuitically My favorite way to learn a new, global dish is to observe in kitchens of native cooks. Occasionally I am able to convince some women (no men so far) to let me watch them make a particular recipe – in … Continue reading

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Orange Winter Salad

Click here to view recipe. As I mentioned in last week’s butternut squash soup post, I am partial to this winter salad to serve alongside almost any warm soup. It’s wonderfully wintery and one I created from a variety of sources. … Continue reading

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Israel-Inspired Butternut Squash Soup

Click here to view recipe. It is grey, cold and rainy is Seattle … and there is a large, bulbous butternut squash on my counter begging to be used. Just the other morning I was daydreaming about my recent trip … Continue reading

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