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Cherry Apricot Individual Cobblers

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on July 12, 2010

Fruit Dessert for Summer 047

Last week, as the markets were overflowing with cherries, I committed one of my habitual acts.  I purchased way too many cherries, more than two people could possible consume in a reasonable amount of time.  I committed another one of my other habitual acts as well, [click to continue…]

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California Style Ahi Tuna Nicoise Salad

May 15, 2010
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I call this California style Nicoise Salad, since I am using fresh Ahi Tuna instead of canned tuna. 

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Pesach Bumuelos or Sephardic Matzo Fritters

March 25, 2010
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Breakfast on Passover presents a dilemma.  What is there to eat that doesn’t involve, toast, bread, rolls, pastry, oatmeal….  Sometimes the kids fill up on those awful Passover cereals that imitate year round varieties.  If you prefer something more then matzo with butter and jam or hard boiled eggs (Huevos Haminados), this recipe is for […]

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Passover Tishpishti

March 23, 2010
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This is not a classic Passover Almond cake with whipped up egg whites for leavening and ground nuts in place of flour.  This recipe is a Passover version of a Sephardic, Turkish dessert.  The cake is very dense and moist because

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Passover Chocolate Pecan Brownie Layer Cake

March 22, 2010
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I adapted this recipe from one that appeared in Bon Appetite magazine many years ago.  I took out the Chametz and made it pareve, so I could use it on Passover. This four layer cake with a dark chocolate, extra shiny, glaze, makes a spectacular presentation and slices into about sixteen servings.  It is dense, […]

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