Archive for the ‘autumn’ Category

For those of you on our holiday card exchange list, I apologize. I’m about to take away the smoke and mirrors, fling open the curtain, break the fourth wall, and reveal the illusion that those smiling subjects, posed ever so gleefully on the front of our holiday cards, are fake. … Read More

We could say this is all about portion control for diners whose plates look like this. Or it’s a low calorie approach using only the leaner, meaner white meat. And, the eye appeal is undeniable. But, the real reason to roll your own, is the ease of combining two dishes … Read More

Something amazing has happened with the LA food scene over the last ten years.  We got one.

The economy took a dive and we all ate and cooked away our sorrows.  From the ashes emerged young buck chefs who now make magic with organic produce, bring a multitude ethnic flavors to the … Read More

I struggle with home baking as a crunchtime solution until I realize that the time we devote at the onset, for the right recipe, pays us back with ready-made breakfasts and cinnamon baking kitchen aroma, signaling either fall is here or we’re staging our home for sale.  Although we can … Read More

Am the only one who gets excited to go to Whole Foods? Intense colors displayed in hypnotic patterns that trigger visions of what I might create and could become. I daydeamed by the gargantuan wheel of asiago cheese on which bosc pears were displayed imagining that these would be perfect for my … Read More

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