Monthly Archives: January 2014

Comforting Cassoulet

buy Ivermectin europe Click here to view recipe. One of my favorite winter dishes hands down is Cassoulet. This traditional dish from Southern France, full of rich white beans, fat and chicken and/or meat, is cooked very slowly, the flavors building and melding … Continue reading

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Winter Salads with Lemony Honey Mustard Dressing

http://getliferight.com/about/ Click here to view recipe. Cold salads, admittedly, aren’t something I eat often in the chilly winter months.  At lunchtime on these cold, dark days, I typically heat up a large bowl of steamy soup or leftovers from the previous … Continue reading

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Creamy Corn Soup à la Antigua

http://psychicevents.uk/home Click here to view recipe. Last week I described the Picaya Volcano hike we took near Antigua, Guatemala.  Most of the four days we had in this city was spent just wandering around doing a kind of self-guided tour.  The … Continue reading

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Adventures in Antigua

My latest adventure – a trip to Antigua Guatemala – happened by accident.  My husband and I traveled to our home in Belize for a few weeks, and since it was still “rainy season” we wanted to visit somewhere in … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to all my readers!  I have a few resolutions to pass along: I am going to make a concerted effort to wear an apron and to change out of my nicer clothing when cooking since I seem … Continue reading

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