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Taste of India at home

I still think the next best thing to traveling the world is to eat food from all over the world. Since getting married, my husband and I have gone to Ireland, Germany, Mexico, Morocco, Italy, France, China, Japan, and Thailand. […]

Aloo Tikki and Tikka Masala, it's a beautiful thing.

Taste of India at home

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I still think the next best thing to traveling the world is to eat food from all over the world. Since getting married, my husband and I have gone to Ireland, Germany, Mexico, Morocco, Italy, France, China, Japan, and Thailand. […]

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Pasta Sauces for a summer: Fresh Tomato and Basil Sauce, Orange and Lemon Sauce.

Artichokes and asparagus added to chopped basil and tomatoes create a twist on a traditional fresh tomato and basil base, while the orange and lemon sauce relies on fresh

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Morel Crostini and Rockfish a la Bouillabaisse Sauce: Wonderful, earthy dishes

From the recipe files of The Classic Catering People. Traditional Recipes taken to the next level of taste. Here are my attempts at duplicating the following chef-inspired recipes. My group

A little sandwich with big flavor

Warm weather food: Veggie sliders & soft pretzels

There's a hint of spring in the air, which means there's hope of my toes thawing out sometime before Labor Day.  It also means that in neighborhoods all over

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Coleslaw, great side for Corned Beef Sandwiches

Try these easy recipes and add your creative touch. Start with finely-shredded raw cabbage and carrots, add other vegetables or fruits. Mix with either a traditional vinaigrette or a

Herbaceous, savory, and  totally worth the wait of making it.

Make this dinner for your valentine!

Few things are more heartfelt than home cooking.  It's the work into which you put a piece of yourself (quite literally if you're not careful in your cutting skills)

Eggplant Meatballs

Meatless Monday Ideas? Try These!

I know I've fallen behind in sharing meatless meals lately, so this week I've got a few husband-approved goodies.  I hate to disappoint, so I'll warn you this week,

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Shrimp Creole: Just in time for Mardi Gras

Combine the merits of gumbo and jambalaya and you’ll discover Creole. Creole is a sauce made of whole or diced tomatoes combined with chopped onion, celery and bell pepper,

Chicken and dumplings

What to do with a whole chicken? Part 2

Last week I gave you the "week night" meals to make from a whole chicken.  There's two more meals we made from that bird, about a six-pounder, but I'm

The best way to travel is on a plate.

What to do with a whole chicken? Part 1

When it comes down to it, when buying meat, buying a whole chicken is the best value you're going to find.  So my husband and I asked ourselves: How

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