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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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Butternut Squash with Kooba

January 11, 2011
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As of yesterday I finally am organized and ready for the New Year.  I have plans for 2011 and the year is off to a great start!  My friend Nina Bassa was kind enough to come over yesterday and cook with me for 3 hours.  Nina is an amazing cook and fountain of culinary knowledge.  […]

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Green Bean and Tomato Stew (Fasoulia con Tomat y Carne)

January 11, 2010
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Sometimes everyone in my household is running in a different direction. I have girls’ night out, Michael goes to yoga, and boys are busy with school… I refuse to succumb to fast food fare.  Therefore, this is a dish that you can make in the morning or even the night before and reheat. Occasionally I […]

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Bamya With Beef Stuffed Kooba

August 20, 2009
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My vivacious friend  Nina is an Israeli American whose family was originally from Romania.  Her husband is originally from Iraq.  As a result, Nina knows how to make all of the most amazing Israeli, Iraqi, Romanian, and Sephardic dishes. Nina’s recipes are in her head, from a lifetime of cooking seven days a week.  I had […]

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