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Susan Sevig
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We have always been fans of Thai salads and all Thai foods, but when the Trout found this recipe on the N Y Times Cooking site, we just had to try it. It was not a mistake. This has turned out to be our very favorite Thai/Vietnamese steak salad ever! Vietnamese Steak with Cucumber Salad ...
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Our Easter dinner this year was a change from the usual, and we both have to agree, this was an excellent meal. Usually we lean towards lamb, but with this beautiful over 6 pound duck in our freezer, I was anxious to roast this baby. I decided to follow a recipe I found on Pinterest, ...
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Into the Baskets
I am so totally enjoying myself.  I love the classes and lectures that you can attend in our retirement village.  It has actually come to the point that I need my calendar with me at all times, because it fills up so quickly.  It is such fun.  My newest adv...
I am so totally enjoying myself. I love the classes and lectures that you can attend in our retirement village. It has actually come to the point that I need my calendar with me at all times, because it fills up so quickly. It is such fun. My newest adventure is finding a neighbor from New ...
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Slow Cooker Red Wine Beef Cheeks
Once again, I am reminiscing about France.  In 2012, we spent some time in Paris, renting an apartment on Rue Riovoli.  It was typically small, but very quiet and located across from the Tivoli Gardens and quite accessible to walking to the Louvre and other...
Once again, I am reminiscing about France. In 2012, we spent some time in Paris, renting an apartment on Rue Riovoli. It was typically small, but very quiet and located across from the Tivoli Gardens and quite accessible to walking to the Louvre and other places of interest.
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Steak au Poivre and Asparagus/Mushroom Risotto
Whenever I think of risotto, a very favorite dish, I can't help but to think back to 2003 when we were traveling in Italy.  We were in the Piedmont, traveling in Northern Italy.  We stayed at a beautiful hotel on Lago d'Orta.  We were seated outside overloo...
Whenever I think of risotto, a very favorite dish, I can't help but to think back to 2003 when we were traveling in Italy. We were in the Piedmont, traveling in Northern Italy. We stayed at a beautiful hotel on Lago d'Orta. We were seated outside overlooking the picturesque lake and I was sick.
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Hatch Chili Ristras
Look at this plump Hatch chili ristras.  We just bought it on Saturday and the peppers are still soft, not totally dried.  Looking forward to using these peppers as we expand our cooking knowledge and step into a little more Mexican cooking. There is an are...
Look at this plump Hatch chili ristras. We just bought it on Saturday and the peppers are still soft, not totally dried. Looking forward to using these peppers as we expand our cooking knowledge and step into a little more Mexican cooking. There is an area of New Mexico which only grows this ...
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Vietnamese Steak with Cucumber Salad
We have always been fans of Thai salads and all Thai foods, but when the Trout found this recipe on the N Y Times Cooking site,  we just had to try it.  It was not a mistake.  This has turned out to be our very favorite Thai/Vietnamese steak salad ever! Vie...
We have always been fans of Thai salads and all Thai foods, but when the Trout found this recipe on the N Y Times Cooking site, we just had to try it. It was not a mistake. This has turned out to be our very favorite Thai/Vietnamese steak salad ever! Vietnamese Steak with Cucumber Salad ...
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Easter Dinner
Our Easter dinner this year was a change from the usual, and we both have to agree, this was an excellent meal.  Usually we lean towards lamb, but with this beautiful over 6 pound duck in our freezer, I was anxious to roast this baby. I decided to follow a ...
Our Easter dinner this year was a change from the usual, and we both have to agree, this was an excellent meal. Usually we lean towards lamb, but with this beautiful over 6 pound duck in our freezer, I was anxious to roast this baby. I decided to follow a recipe I found on Pinterest, ...
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Once again, I am reminiscing about France. In 2012, we spent some time in Paris, renting an apartment on Rue Riovoli. It was typically small, but very quiet and located across from the Tivoli Gardens and quite accessible to walking to the Louvre and other places of interest.
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Whenever I think of risotto, a very favorite dish, I can't help but to think back to 2003 when we were traveling in Italy. We were in the Piedmont, traveling in Northern Italy. We stayed at a beautiful hotel on Lago d'Orta. We were seated outside overlooking the picturesque lake and I was sick.
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Look at this plump Hatch chili ristras. We just bought it on Saturday and the peppers are still soft, not totally dried. Looking forward to using these peppers as we expand our cooking knowledge and step into a little more Mexican cooking. There is an area of New Mexico which only grows this ...
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Yesterday was spent at a Gourd Festival south of Phoenix in Casa Grande. We were not familiar with the popularity of this craft until moving to the southwest. It is very popular here, gourds are grown in this area just for artists and crafters and it is a big deal.
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