These are cheap and delicious.
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With the warm weather, my thoughts turn to the wonderful ingredients of Spring, like fresh basil and...
In my exploration of vegetables, I rediscovered Brussel Sprouts. My son had told me last year that he had been...
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The Herbal Amaro is finally ready and I’ve bottled it.
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Yes, I am cooking a lot lately! The weather has turned cold, and there are so many new things to...
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Cavolo Nero, or Black Cabbage, a vegetable similar to Kale in the USA and is my latest vegetable find and gastronomic...
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The Herbal Amaro (recipe located here) is now resting in the second stage.
This couldn’t be easier or taste better!
I remember as a child helping my grandmother make jelly.
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This recipe is from my fellow traveler lovers and authors of Little Roads Europe travel guides, Zeneba Bowers and Matt Walker.
You might have noticed I have slowed down on my recipe entries lately. That’s because in this hot weather, it...
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Traditional Tiramisu is made with eggs, and since I am allergic, I can’t eat it. Always enterprising, I...
Sangria is a wine punch typical of Spain and Portugal.
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We just bottled our new batches of Limoncello and Arancino!
Thanks to all of...
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Maybe everyone in the world has made this before but me.
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Don't turn your nose up because there is no meat! Try it, you'll like it!
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This dish can be prepared in less than 10 minutes! It’s fabulous!
My Italian teacher, Patrizia Scarpelli gave me this recipe.
I really miss the flavor of Mexico!
This is a great combination for a lunch with the ladies, a light dinner or a brunch with friends!
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I am still enjoying the wonderful summer tomatoes and the last of two giant basil plants that I purchased in May.
Who knew that making this at home could be so easy and seem so much healthier?
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This summer I have eaten lots of avocados!
Well, since I made the Limoncello, I’ve been looking for other ways to use it and I came across this recipe on...
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