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Kaitlin’s Easy Twist on Guacamole

The preparation of guacamole doesn’t require one to be a blooming chef, even kids and teens can easily mash up their own version presenting a colorful and tasty concoction for all to enjoy anytime.  

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Roast Carrots with butter, cumin, and orange, The Cottage Cooking Club

Roast Carrots with butter, cumin, orange

Welcome to the May edition of the Cottage Cooking Club.

A reunion of sorts, our international online cooking club has renewed gathering on a casual basis under the direction of our talented leader, Andrea Mohr out of Bonn Germany, aka, The Kitchen Lioness

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Korean Cold Buckwheat Noodle Salad with Anne Shinn

Korean Cold Buckwheat Noodle Salad

A variety of cold noodle dishes may be found in many Korean family kitchens throughout the hot summer months and one popular favorite is Korean Cold Buckwheat Noodles Salad. 

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Leftover pork with fennel and new potatoes, April Cottage Cooking Club

pork, fennel, potatoes

It’s time for the April meet-up of The Cottage Cooking Club preparing dishes from the cookbook River Cottage Every Day by Hugh Fearnley- Whittingstall.

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Armenian Rice Pilaf, a prayerful Easter Tradition with Agnes Fuller

Armenian Rice Pilaf

A culture of ancestors past, a paternal grandmother with high caliber culinary skills, and a traditional dish of simplicity each provide an ingredient in the recipe for Armenian Rice Pilaf, a dish of Easter Tradition for Agnes Fuller.

Agnes Fuller with Armenian Style Dyed Easter Eggs

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Colcannon

Colcannon

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

I decided to prepare Colcannon for St. Patrick’s Day this year based on what 53% of my ancestors may likely have eaten. Fifty-three percent of my Irish ancestors, that is, according to my Ancestry.com DNA.

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Chicken & Mushrooms with Marsala Sauce on Poppy Seed Roll

Chicken, Mushrooms with Marsala Sauce on Poppyseed Roll

The predicted up to twenty-four inches of snow in my part of the Philadelphia region arrived with white ice and fierce winds rhythmically beating against the windows through dawn.  

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Spicy Lemongrass Shrimp & how to prepare lemongrass

Spicy Lemongrass Shrimp

You can prepare this delicious Thai-inspired Spicy Lemongrass Shrimp in around a half hour.

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Parsnip and Thyme Bread, The Cottage Cooking Club

Parsnip and Snip Bread

Last month, Andrea of the Kitchen Lioness, aka fearless leader of The Cottage Cooking Club announced a 6-month reunion of sorts.

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Watercress, Cucumber, Asparagus Salad, Dijon Vinaigrette with Tarragon

Watercress, Cucumber, Asparagus Salad, Dijon Vinaigrette with Tarragon

In these east coast parts, sunshine and uncommonly warm temperatures provided for lots of fresh air and outdoor activity over the long weekend. In my case, it also sharpened the senses for a fresh mix of green veg.

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