Lunch

Corn Chowder

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The blend of sweet corn and potatoes in corn chowder is irresistible. It’s an ode to another time in my life. College. And one dish that reminds me of the blistering cold weather in Maine. There are few things better to break the cold than a good New England chowder.

Dinner

Baked Rosemary French Fries

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There is nothing more gratifying than some crunchy, well seasoned french fries. Of course, after making several healthy dishes for family and friends, I’ve been a little more thoughtful about making my favorite food more healthful. It was also important to use that bag of 5 pound potatoes I bought last week. So I present […]

Chicken

Chicken Tikka Masala

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Chicken Tikka Masala is one my favorite dishes. The garam masala and ginger give it a lot of flavor and the red chili flakes add just enough heat. I couldn’t tell you when I first had this dish but there is a distinct event I associate with it. The birth of my first child.

Beef

Beef Burgundy (Boeuf Bourguignon)

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Beef Burgundy

The first time I had French food was in Quebec, Canada on a trip with the international club. There I was, in a French speaking city not knowing a lick of French. Luckily, I was with a bunch of people that spoke French and so I was in very good hands. One night for dinner, […]

Dinner

Cold Sesame Noodles

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As the new year approaches I am thinking about my goals and the future. Looking forward to a long life and new food adventures. So why not hedge my bet with a bowl of noodles. Noodles signify longevity and what could be better than that. Of course, even if I wasn’t looking for those noodles […]

Dinner

Top Five Dishes 2016

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I was excited to sit down and write this top five dishes of 2016 list. It afforded me the opportunity to reflect on all that I’ve accomplished this year. I must say that I am so grateful to my friends, family and all of you for supporting me in this endeavor.

Dinner

Zucchini Latkes

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In our home we are very thoughtful about raising our children to be knowledgable about people and the world around them. One way we do that is to educate our children about different people and places through books and experiences. Well one day at the library my mini me picks out a book. “The Borrowed […]