Posts Tagged ‘cheese’

Valentines Love

Valentines Love

Happy St. Valentine’s Day to all!  Yes, yes, some may say it’s a Hallmark Holiday, created to make each of us spend additional dollars for no good reason.  I believe it’s a day to show your nearest and dearest how much you love them.  It doesn’t require a trip to the jewelers or the florist […]

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Beer Fondue

Beer Fondue

I, like most of you, cannot believe the year is coming to a close.  At this time, I sit and reflect on all the things I wish I had done but somehow refuse to see all the accomplishments I had made.  Shame on me.  One item on my list was to host a fondue party […]

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Polenta Style Corn Casserole

Polenta Style Corn Casserole

I woke this morning missing Mexican food.  Tamales, tacos, tamales and more tamales.  I haven’t been able to find even decent Mexican food in this city.  If you are a fabulous Mexican chef and want to strike it rich, come to NYC and open an authentic Mexican restaurant.  I want pinatas and margaritas as well […]

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Blazin’ Pasta Sauce!

Blazin' Pasta Sauce!

Welcome to Friday!  I am thrilled to see the weekend.  Not only does it mean no day job, it also means I get to post a Friday’s Friend recipe. Today’s treat comes from a friend I made via my twitter account.  Jimi Blaze is clearly a foodie but his first love is music.  He currently […]

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Brie Bites

Brie Bites

It is still 90+ in New York.  The heat makes it very hard to come home and whip up a meal each evening.  Yes, I am guilty of take-out more nights than I should but what’s a working girl to do in this weather?  I need to preserve myself!  With that said, I have been […]

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Gouda Scalloped Potatoes

Is your menu complete for the Sunday meal?  Have you deviled your eggs?  I always thought it so odd to have a dish called deviled eggs be associated with the most sacred Christian holiday.  Food for thought.  Yes, I digress. Let’s talk about a delicious and flavorful sidedish for your meal–Gouda scalloped potatoes.  It’s easy […]

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Julia’s Amuse-Gueule au Roquefort

Julia's Amuse-Gueule au Roquefort

In honor of what I hope to be Ms. Meryl Streep’s winning weekend at the Oscar’s, I am going to share a few hors d’oeuvres from “The Art of French Cooking” by Julia Child. You can create these easy dishes for your Oscar Party tomorrow evening in honor of “Julie & Julia”. Ingredients: 1/2 lb. […]

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