Posts Tagged ‘onions’

no peek beef stew

What is it about mom’s cooking that makes it undeniably better?  For starters, it means that someone else is doing the cooking.  At the heart of it, the best mom food comes from perfected recipes that they’ve served over and again, conjuring memories and nurtured comfort. But mom cooking more … Read More

breaded pork tenderloin

We love a theme. Today’s theme, of course, is the Iowa caucus.  While other sites are Bob Dole-ing out football themed recipes, were going straight to the heartland for Iowa’s absolute best food – bar none – the Breaded Pork Tenderloin sandwich.  You heard me right, we bread them, then … Read More

poulet provencal

El Niño is at the door and he’s not leaving. Good thing we got prepped for this lasting rainy cold weather last year in France. And in France, like in most places, food saves the day. Because we live in Los Angeles, we don’t get too ornery about vacation weather … Read More

stuffed turkey roll

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

fish tacos, sweet slaw, avocado crema

I prepared these fish tacos on a weeknight trying to use fish, fish for which I had another ambitious plan until it became too hot to grill.  When did LA become biosphere? I have mushrooms growing in my yard at a time-lapsed movie pace. Pulling inspiration from many sources, I … Read More

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