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Coleslaw

Coleslaw

At our house, we often eat seafood (one of the many benefits of living near the coast) and this coleslaw recipe is the perfect accompaniment to a fish dinner – plus it’s so easy to make! This is a recipe that my husband Jack has perfected over the years.  The combination of seasonings (including his secret ingredient – …Continue

Roasted Butternut Squash and Swiss Chard

Roasted Butternut Squash and Swiss Chard

There’s an old culinary proverb that says: You first eat with your eyes.  This recipe for Roasted Butternut Squash and Swiss Chard combines the gorgeous colors (and flavors too) of roasted butternut squash, Swiss chard, roasted garlic, pine nuts, dried cranberries, shallots and sage into a dish that is quintessential fall and is a feast …Continue

Green Beans with Tarragon

Green Beans with Tarragon

Growing up, I was never a big fan of green beans.  I mostly remember being served beans that were either previously frozen or coming from a can – neither of which does much for preserving the texture and taste of this vegetable.  But this simple dish for Green Beans with Tarragon has made me a …Continue

Salami & Cheddar Quiche

Salami & Cheddar Quiche

The Fannie Farmer Cookbook was the first cookbook I ever owned – given to me by my sister Joanne as a Christmas gift back when I had just moved into my first apartment as a college student.   That book, often called one of the great basic American cookbooks, started my culinary adventures and even today …Continue

Cranberry Orange Scones

Cranberry Orange Scones

I’ve always had a sort of love-hate thing about scones.  In theory, I love them and really, what’s not to love?  A delicious, airy, lightly sweetened or sometimes savory pastry made with lots of butter.   But most of the time, the scones I’ve eaten have been too dry and too heavy – a total disappointment. And then …Continue