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Pasta With Shitake Mushrooms, Figs, and Pesto

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on June 5, 2014

2014-06-01 Pasta dish

Protein, protein, protein,, should we eat less, should we eat more? [click to continue…]

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Chicken Soup with Mushroom Dumplings

October 12, 2011
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Rich and fragrant, chicken soup is liquid gold.  When you make soup, start with fresh ingredients, real chicken, vegetables, and water.  You don’t need bullion cubes with all that extra salt and perhaps other artificial ingredients.  I make a large pot of soup and freeze some of the pure golden liquid for future uses.  With […]

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Porcini and Fig Farfalla

September 8, 2011
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Even though it is only early September and we are thinking of autumn, for me in Southern California it is more a nexus of seasons rather than

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Oven Fried Shitake Mushroom Fries

September 19, 2010
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Earthy, chewy, meat like, with a rich smoothness imparted from olive oil, highlighted, and sharpened with good sea salt, the flavor of Oven Fried Shitake mushrooms is an addiction worth having.  Recently I started buying big bags of perfect Shitakes

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Brisket for Passover

March 26, 2010
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Brisket is one of the best cuts of meat to serve for a holiday.  Brisket can serve a crowd, is relatively economical, and you can cook it ahead.  When I cook it ahead, I degrease and cut the brisket into thin slices before I reheat it.

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