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In Our Kitchen Part Two: Signs of Fall

Even small spaces can burst with flavor. We’re enjoying autumn crops, fresh seafood and decadent breakfasts. To get a peek inside other bloggers’ kitchens hop on over to Fig Jam and Lime Cordial for her monthly roundup.  

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In Our Kitchen Part One: Downsizing

By Katherine We’ll be back tomorrow with a look at what’s going on in our kitchen, but first we wanted to show you our new digs. We moved to the West Coast and for now we’re renting. We’ve said for … Continue reading

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Strawberries Romanoff

Clearly we never tire of strawberries. This recipe’s simple and fun to say. We think it must be Italian, since it starts with Rome. After you finish bookmarking, printing or memorizing this, head over to Eat, Play, Love for a … Continue reading

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Spiced strawberry shortcakes

My wife made this dessert for our eighth wedding anniversary. Strawberries 2 pints fresh strawberries, washed, hulled, halved 1 tbsp lemon juice 1 tbsp honey 1 tbsp sugar 1 tsp rose water 1/4 to 1/2 tsp. ground cardamom Shortcakes 2 … Continue reading

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On stuffed Artichokes and versatility

Whenever I see a jar of artichoke hearts it makes me sad to think of all the delicious leaves left behind. We serve this as a first course or side, but they can easily be substituted as a main course … Continue reading

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Orange marmalade pork with fresh sage

This marinade would work well with chicken too. The sage and mustard pair perfectly with the marmalade. Roast Pork with Orange Marmalade 5-6 lb pork roast 4 tbsp good orange marmalade 3 tbsp Dijon mustard 3 tbsp fresh sage chopped … Continue reading

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Braiding Challah

The recipe I use is from The Bread Bible and once again it is fairly advanced. I promise the next bread recipe will be far more simple. That said, I like her version because the substitution of honey for sugar … Continue reading

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