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Waldorf Salad

Waldorf Salad

They thought it looked like ceviche, and I have to admit, it did. But thankfully, they were all willing to try a few slices of the apples and truth be told, they were hooked!

Honey Pecan Snaps

Still Thinking About Cloves

There were so many incredible recipes which arrived in my inbox from the recent Think Spice, Think Cloves event that I had the honor of hosting. I chose cloves because I love the way they can compliment both sweet and savory dishes. One of the recipes that jumped out to me was sent in by […]

Need. Vegetables. Now.

It seems that all of this holiday baking is causing me to crave delicious fresh vegetables. As I was preparing sugar cookies, mini-mini pies and cake, I knew I needed veggies – and not the beet that was in my cake! I decided to combine a few things I had in my fridge and made […]

WHB – Radicchio Salad

I find the Martha debate quite amusing. I had friends in college that would read every printed word from the Martha magazines, including the ads. She was like a walking Martha advertisement. And then I see people share about Martha recipe flops. And successes. Where do I rank in all of this? I found some […]

Chinese Cabbage Salad [WHB]

I love getting recipe recommendations from friends. When someone says, “you must try this recipe” that is always a help to me. You see, I have gobs and gobs of recipes that I have cut out from magazines, primarily Cooking Light magazine. There are some which stand out in my mind, but normally they get […]

Baking Bananas!

Guatemalans have a recipe called Platanos al Horno, or Baked Plantains. I had bookmarked the recipe some time ago in the cookbook Extending the Table. The cookbook is such a treasure and I have cooked several recipes from its pages. This particular one was on standby until just the right time. I think now is […]


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