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Mexican Lasagna

I’ve seen recipes for various layered Mexican dishes and decided I didn’t really need a recipe. Since I keep flour tortillas, black beans, canned corn, cheeses, cilantro and different peppers all the time, I just made a run through the … Continue reading

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Sunday Fritatta

I love Sunday mornings, when we can have a leisurely breakfast, without work or synagogue or chores intruding. Nothing like sitting down to a simple fritatta, a big cup of coffee, and CBS Sunday Morning – yes, we’re officially geezers … Continue reading

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Kale with Tangelo and Garlic

I never was a huge fan of kale, or turnip greens, or chard. They could be tough and bitter unless you cooked them for about four days, common practice in the old South. But lately I’ve had kale cooked to … Continue reading

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Linguine with Spinach and Sun-dried Tomatoes

This is a fast, easy, healthy pasta recipe. Assemble these ingredients: linguine, 1 lb. box handful of sun-dried tomatoes bag of pre-washed baby spinach sliced mushrooms vegetable oil, 3 tablespoons give or take clove of garlic, diced fine or crushed … Continue reading

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Easy Egg Burrito

This takes 10 minutes, start to finish, and is for two small burritos. It can be as spicy as you like. First, assemble your ingredients. small flour tortillas 1 egg per burrito some diced poblano pepper (or jalapenos if you … Continue reading

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Vegan Chili That Doesn’t Taste Like it.

Update: Instead of TVP, I’ve been trying out some of the soy-based crumbles. The Publix brand soy crumbles aren’t bad, the the Boca Veggie Ground Crumbles are so much like ground beef you’ll be able to fool just about anybody. … Continue reading

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Angel Hair with Asparagus and Bruschetta

With the last of the home-grown tomatoes, I made Hubby the bruschetta I had been promising. Rather than an appetizer, we like our bruschetta served with our pasta. The first thing is to dice the tomatoes small, drizzle with olive … Continue reading

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When I was a kid, Momma used to make something she called “junk.” It was sliced tomatoes, onions and cucumbers doused liberally with red wine vinegar, cold water, and salt. Of course, it was really only fit to make when … Continue reading

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Mama Carbone’s Marinara

Growing up in Nashville in the 1960s and 1970s, there wasn’t much “ethnic” food. For Italian, there were a couple of mom-and-pop places that had spaghetti. But I was lucky enough that my best friend, Lisa, came from a real, … Continue reading

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Swiss Chard and Avocado Salad

My neighbor, Joyce, often shares the bounty of her organic garden with me, just minutes from harvest to table. This salad combines her swiss chard, arugula, and basil with store-bought avocado (cubed), mushrooms, and shaved parmesan, tossed in an easy … Continue reading

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