Avocado halved and topped with scallions, radishes and sesame seeds, dressed with Ponzu
Fresh taste table dish from January 13, 2019, remade at home so I could photograph it on a proper plate!
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My translator app says acetaria, with an alternative for moretum. Moretum is also listed as delicatessen. It is more like a spread the way I’ve made it, but a tasty way to get some greens all the same! Recipes for … Continue reading →
It is National Wine Day. Are you trying something new or revisiting an old favorite? Whichever you choose I hope yours is happy! Clifford Bay Sauvignon Blanc is an old favorite of mine. Photo by Jen Sternfeld
Where does the time go? Two weeks ago I was just on day two of a cruise. Not bragging, just setting the stage, trust me! The cruise was on Celebrity Summit. This is my favorite size ship, approximately 2100 passengers. … Continue reading →
If you are like many folks this Derby Day, you bought lots of mint. Then you ran out of bourbon! Or ice? Didn’t like the leaves in your cup? Got too into the race, commenting on the hats or chats … Continue reading →
Who knew two of my favorite things would come together in one weekend? I volunteered to help at this year’s Electric City Comic Con so I knew I would be immersed in comics and in the company of folks that enjoy them. … Continue reading →
Summer fresh produce has some great colors. The spring into summer season gets lovely pink/purple/green/red from rhubarb, strawberries and this year’s new to me: amaranth shoots. First above, an old favorite Rhubarb and Strawberry Oatmeal Cobbler. 6 stalks of rhubarb, … Continue reading →
Fast food, street food, hand food, whatever you call it, food on the go is frequently needed by busy folks. I most often use it when traveling, but sometimes I miss a meal while cooking for clients. People ask how … Continue reading →