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DatesonaPlatter

Brrr…Baby it’s cold outside! We probably would all rather be somewhere warmer but I don’t think it exists in the continental USA right now. So let’s bundle up and make the most of it! Let’s think positive and enjoy the good things about winter – we nest, we snuggle around the fire and we get […]

Easy Waffles

Some mornings just beg to be celebratory. A morning where you get up and linger to enjoy the world around you. The joy of sunshine, those who are seated around the table and the food on the table. This was such a morning. The beginning of a three day holiday weekend. My husband and my […]

Chocolate Crepes

I remember Mother’s Days of years gone by when my little girls would make me breakfast in bed. They would make me lie in bed while they were whispering and hustling in the kitchen. The three of them would parade in carrying a tray of toast, cereal and a flower picked from the garden. We […]

Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon Chips

Here’s a fun, healthy appetizer for your next cookout! This comes from my dear friend Dotti who brought it to my last party. I always get stuck on appetizers and usually make the same old, same old… I was thrilled when she walked in with this…it was so pretty! Make your own cinnamon chips – […]

pizzaballs

This is such a ridiculously easy recipe and a perfect addition to bring a party, serve as an appetizer or pop in your kid’s lunches! They freeze beautifully – a handy treat to have on hand when friends or family pop in on you! You can whip up a batch in less time that it’s […]

eggsplatter3

Happy Easter Everyone! I bet you’ve been having fun coloring all those eggs, putting them in pretty pastel baskets and hiding them for an egg hunt. Come Monday, you’re gonna wake up and open the refrigerator to confront ALL THOSE EGGS! Now what? Here’s an easy, flexible recipe for everyone’s favorite – deviled eggs. Adjust […]

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This is a great recipe for this time of year as many of you will have an overload of hard boiled eggs around the house. Truth is – this is a great recipe anytime! I can not keep enough of these around the house. I’ll make a half a dozen and the next day, they’re […]

clouds

I’m going to admit this right now. I have a crush on Mark Bittman. Okay, it’s out there. I fessed up to my Hubby this weekend so he wouldn’t get jealous. This crush has been going on for a while now but I just never admitted publicly. Too late now, huh? Why the crush? First […]

maters

I have a delightfully simple recipe for you today. It takes tomatoes to a whole new taste level. Slow roasted oven tomatoes. I made them this weekend for my cooking demonstration at Graf Grower’s. I tossed them with cooked spaghetti squash and everyone raved about them! This is a perfect way to preserve the flavor […]

cauliflower

With the temperatures being what they are… It’s officially the end of the season…and my gig with Graf Grower’s cooking demonstrations ends Saturday. I’ll be featuring “late summer/early fall” vegetables including cauliflower. Cauliflower is so misunderstood. It’s white and boring… With a little nurturing, it can burst into a dish spectacular! I’ve roasted cauliflower… and […]

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