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Lamb Tagine

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on November 23, 2015

Fall has arrived, here in Los Angeles, Some days are downright hot and others have a wonderful cool breeze.  The sky is crystal clear blue and as soon as the late afternoon shadows start to stretch  a chill comes creeping up.   [click to continue…]

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Brisket, Smoked Whole for Fourth of July.

July 3, 2014

I wrote about this a year and a half ago and I want to encourage you to try it.  It gets better every time I make it. Smoking a brisket is not like baking a cake.  It is not exact. The constant is, bring the internal temperature of the meat

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Gravlax

March 4, 2014

As you know I made Gravlax for part of my Father’s Day brunch menu.  I love

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Hanukkah Prime Rib

November 24, 2013

Nothing says celebrate like an extravagant piece of beef such as prime rib.  Although Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, regarding the following day, Friday; Friday night dinner is still appropriate.  Shabbat is still Shabbat and this year it is Hanukkah as well.  I for one do not want to eat Turkey sandwiches for […]

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French Roast, Slow Cooked with Red Onion Confit

October 17, 2013

Several weeks ago I purchased some beautiful, recently harvested red onions at the farm market.  For last Friday night’s dinner

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