Monthly Archives: November 2010

Julia and an Omelette

I could watch Julia all day. The omelette is tricky. It’s satisfying to execute it perfectly. I like to use a spatula to mix up the eggs as they set. It seems to make my omelette a little fluffier. Julia … Continue reading

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West Palm Beach

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Harissa and Tagine

Last Night’s Menu: * Marinated chicken skewers with Harissa and Hummus dipping sauces * Root vegetable tagine served on a bed of whole wheat cous cous * Israeli-style salad (means lots of cucumber, tomato, green onion) * Bittersweet chocolate and … Continue reading

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Northwest menu

The family I cook for went to Seattle and brought back some amazing things from Pike Place market. It made me miss home. I was taken aback by the beauty of the food. Wild mushrooms: Smelled like rain and dirt, … Continue reading

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Mango Salsa

Last week L.A. had a heat wave. In November. My menu for that 98-degree day was light. Pan seared Sea Bass (all you need is Salt and Pepper, good oil, and a good pan) Homemade Mango Salsa, Guacamole, Pico de … Continue reading

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My ex-boyfriend, dog walks, and Spielberg

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cake!

When I look for dessert recipes, second to deliciousness, the number one thing I take into consideration is “Degree of Fussiness.” Smitten Kitchen is one of my go to recipe blogs. I follow her baked good recipes EXACTLY, and they … Continue reading

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