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Category Archives: Appetizers

Asian Chicken Salad in Lettuce Cups

Oh how I meant this Post on Asian Chicken Salad in Lettuce Cups to be more instructional, perhaps with an interesting recipe story, but the weekend was the college graduation of my youngest daughter, Alex the Athlete, with the final athletic banquet happening early- on last week. Yes, two trips to DC in one week, […]

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Cheese Crisp, Roasted Jalapenos, Pico de Gallo

Moving truck loaded up and off to its cross country destination, the family then followed suit filling into the large olive green station wagon hosting the much sought after, fold down back seat. The bench running the width of the car had no seat belts and enabled a perfect view of the horizon, plus the […]

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Shrimp Toasts

Looking for tasty edibles for the holidays?  These little Shrimp Toasts are delightful served with cocktails or as part of selected Dim Sum bites. Shrimp Toasts may be prepared in advance, frozen, thawed in the refrigerator and fried just before serving.    The light shades of pinkish shrimp color peek out interspersed between thin bright […]

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Fried Crab Puffs

Not too long ago, Debby, my very close friend in Arizona shared a book with me that she had recently read while she and her husband vacationed in Alaska called Tender at the Bone, Growing Up at the Table by Ruth Reichl.

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Easy Chinese Chicken Dumplings

Few things compare to the comfort of fresh Chinese dumplings just out of the steamer, soft, ever so slight stickiness, and translucence revealing the slightest bit of color tempting juicy bites of fresh flavorful combinations first dipped into a soy and tangy rice vinegar sauce.  

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Historic Lewes Delaware Farmers Market, “Great Tomato Recipe Contest”

It has been years since I last visited Rehoboth Beach and the Lewes Delaware area but it will not take me as many years for a return visit. Of course, this is much due to a dear friend and former neighbor, Martha Dalton, who moved to Rehoboth last year. Beyond that, the place is just […]

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Vegetable Frittata topped with Aged Artisan Cheddar

If you can’t stand the heat get out of the Kitchen, well that’s how the old saying goes, and I’m all about it this week, even despite my brand spanking new kitchen and the continuous cranked air conditioning throughout the house. Temperatures continuing to soar the Philly region, New York, New Jersey and down through […]

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“Food in Jars” Cookbook Author, Marisa McClellan, Rhubarb Jam on Brie

 Do you have memories in your own home, or perhaps that of relatives, who in late summer days or early fall busied with the process of ‘Canning’ tomatoes or any number of fruits or vegetables from the bounty of the harvest? The annual ‘Putting- Up’ of foods prepared in clear clean jars, boiled the exact […]

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“Delicious El Salvador” Cheese Pupusas with author, Alicia Maher

Among the many of great traditions in this country is the preservation of cuisines from among the broad variety of cultures and nationalities that we compose. Some foods among more recent populations provide an authentic origination to recipes from native homelands such as the Pupusa, the national dish of El Salvador. The Pupusa recipe shared […]

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Guacamole and Corn Tortilla Chips, Cinco de Mayo Party Starter

In its history, Cinco de Mayo celebrates the unlikely victory of Mexico in a battle against the French infusing great pride and inspiration among the Mexican people. Today, Cinco de Mayo acknowledged and celebrated by many throughout the United States in a symbolic sort of way also celebrates the spirit of the Mexican people and […]

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