Author Archives: Marilyn

Steelhead and Brown Rice Bowl

where to buy Pregabalin 150mg Click here to view recipe. This “recipe” came to me at a time when I had all the components in my fridge, and had frozen a side of steelhead that I wanted to quickly use. It hit the spot, and … Continue reading

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Smoke Alarm Steak Salad

buy Lyrical dance costumes online Click here to view recipe. We have been traveling to Antigua Guatemala fairly frequently over the past several years.  Six weeks in Seattle, a month in Antigua…it is a nice routine that allows me time at home with my family … Continue reading

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Baked Oatmeal

barratrously Click here to view recipe. I am always on the lookout for “make ahead” breakfast items.  This includes scones, breads, refrigerated Muesli, egg bites, etc. And then I happened upon a recipe for Baked Oatmeal. I looked further at many … Continue reading

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Pad Kee Mao

Click here to view recipe. You might have ordered Pad Kee Mao, aka “drunken noodles,” at a Thai restaurant, but I’m here to tell you that it is simple to make at home.  In fact, my daughter’s kids did all … Continue reading

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The Basic Brownie, Redux

If you know me at all – you know of my love of chocolate. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I make these brownies all the time. ALL THE TIME, people. Which caused me to want to share … Continue reading

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One Pot Chicken & Rice Bowls with Peanut Sauce

Click here to view recipe. Anytime I see a “one pot” or “one sheet pan” main dish recipe, I am enticed and intrigued.  The original recipe from Bon Appetit piqued my interest – it is hearty, filling, easy and filled … Continue reading

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Cauliflower Onion Kugel

Click here to view recipe. Kugel is a common Ashkenazi Jewish side dish and usually refers to a baked pudding or casserole, most commonly made with egg noodles or potatoes.  The noodle kugel I make most often is sweet and … Continue reading

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Italian Wedding Soup

Click here to view recipe. I have been making Italian Wedding Soup for a long, long time and yet, until today, I’ve forgotten to post it here.  Over the years I have changed it a lot; I usually use ground … Continue reading

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Greek Style Pasta with Lamb and Bechamel

Click here to view recipe. Years and years and years ago (my memory fails me here, but probably 40 years ago?) I took a cooking class here in Seattle at Mr. J’s Kitchen Gourmet (may she rest in peace) and … Continue reading

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Winter Cranberry Bread

Click here to view recipe. I know, I know…  I posted a previous Cranberry Bread recipe that I used to think was the bee’s knees and I was content. Then the other weekend, my daughter was at my home and … Continue reading

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