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Labaneh, Lebni it’s all Greek to me

One of my favorite snack indulgences is Yummy's Choice Labaneh. As I hate to beholden to buying snack foods so I embarked on trying to make my own. Labaneh, not to be confused with keffir cheese or Greek sour cream is a wonderful "cheese" made from strained yogurt that has many iterations from the Eastern […]

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OMG Cheesy Tubetti

Move over macaroni and cheese this is my new go to one pot pasta dinner. This recipe which appeared in the Wall Street Journal on March 26th is off da' hook! Another hit by one of our Flavorista favorties, Dorie Greenspan. What makes this recipe stand out is flavor and texture of the pasta. It […]

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Recipes for Lunar New Year’s Celebration- Part I

Happy Lunar New Year! February 3rd is the start of the Year of the Rabbit. There is plenty of time to plan a celebration as the festivities go on for a week in China! Kimchi Crepes Duck Pancakes Here are some ideas from my Tiger celebration last year. Most items turned out as planned but […]

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Trinidad Chicken Curry

A few weeks back Pioneer Woman posted a recipe for Trinidadian Chicken.  At the same time, I was on a bit of a curry kick and knew that the recipe would be made sooner than later.  The meal was complete deliciousness, Marco and I gobbled it up with oohs and aahs and it made for perfect […]

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Cooking with Miso

If you’ve never used miso as an ingredient in your cooking, here are two good reasons to try. First, miso is a fermented food so it has those healthy probiotics that keep your gut healthy. Second, because of the fermentation process miso has a unique flavor that adds that special something, or umami – a […]

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Simply Organic French Onion Dip

Allow me to introduce you to the little black dress of my pantry: Simply Organic French Onion Dip. My neighbor, Eliza, turned me onto to it several years ago when she served it at a party. I seriously could not stop eating it – like get your face out of the dip bowl Mayone. This […]

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Goodbye 3901

My in-laws finally sold the house they grew up in. My mother in-law lived there for 50 years and threw many a cocktail party, Easter egg hunt, Christmas breakfasts, countless dinners – replete with cod fish balls and other specialties. We paid homage to the unique property (that used to be surrounded by wheat fields […]

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National Soup Swap Day – Recipe Round Up

Saturday, January 22 is National Soup Swap Day. What? You didn’t know? It’s actually a grand idea. Make 6 quarts of your favorite soup and freeze it in clearly labeled, 1-quart size containers. Make a plan for a soup swap with six friends and  take home 6 different soups! Here are a few of our […]

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Classic Lasagna (only easier)

Searching for culinary shortcuts that do not alter quality is one of my most delicious hobbies.  This lasagna from the brilliant folks at Cook’s Illustrated has been passed on to countless friends and family members.  I found this dandy back in 2002.  They had me at hello with “really good lasagna on the table in under […]

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