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tallgranita

This is by far the ultimate iced coffee… Coffee Granita. It’s elegant and pretty on your table… Sweet and light… and easy to make! A perfect ending to a dinner party. But let’s start at the beginning. This is recipe number two of my recipe submissions for the Foodbuzz Tastemaker program with Godiva Coffee. I […]

martini1

  So while you were having your Starbucks this morning…guess what I was doing? I was concocting a Mocha Martini using Godiva’s Chocolate Truffle coffee. You see, this post is part of Foodbuzz’s Tastemaker Program with Godiva Coffee. As a featured publisher on Foodbuzz, I am occasionally invited to experiment with products and recipes. Tough […]

raspberry swirl

Today I give you an easy recipe that celebrates the flavors of the season! Peaches! Oh my – the peaches this year are ripe, juicy and full of flavor. I can’t keep enough in the house…they just disappear. Here’s a fabulous cold peach ‘soup’ recipe to start out your week. I demonstrated cold soups this […]

beetsoup

Okay, I know what you’re thinking… this sounds totally gross. Cold soup made with beets? I’ve been hearing it all week with Hubby as I prepare for my cooking demonstration on Saturday featuring cold soups. Trust me, there is nothing more refreshing and full of flavor than a chilled beet soup with a dollop (I […]

cookies

This post is not about a recipe (although you will get one)… This post is not about food (although I will tease you)… This post is about friendship… and re-inventing yourself… and finding your passion… and the power of friendship and networking. It’s about having a cup of coffee 0r a glass of wine with […]

stirfry

It’s Monday and I’m in diet panic attack. I’m usually comfortable with who I am and how I look… but you see I have my class reunion coming up this weekend and for some crazy reason… I’m flipping out. What is wrong with me? I didn’t care then…why should I care now? Maybe it’s like […]

peaches and company

I’m doing my first food demonstration at a local garden center, Graf Growers. Summer salsas are the theme and what better way to celebrate the flavors of the season? There is so much you can do with salsas… So many flavor combinations… So much flexibility… Hundreds of combinations, but for tonight we’ll start with three. […]

at the table

Typically this is the meal that I make when the snow is blowing and the fireplace is glowing. Today it made more sense to cook inside than to fight the heat of the day grilling outside. And when I run into these little beauties at Whole Foods who could resist? All this being said, I […]

vignette

I’m going to tell you upfront that I have had a ‘sucky’ day. We woke up to 2 inches of water in our basement…in our new home… Good news is that all the photos from the past twenty years were salvaged. The day was filled with mops, rags, papers towels and phone calls to insurance […]

dessert

What do you do when it gets hot? Go SHOPPING! Air conditioned stores…no sweat…and a great excuse to buy things! This weekend Hubby and I went to the mall and gravitated toward one of my favorite stores, Williams Sonoma. I was in the baking section and admiring this cute little pocket pie mold. After I […]

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