Tag Archives: Cooking

Christmas Cookie Time!

Remember a couple weeks back when I asked y’all for soup advice? I just wanted to thank you so much for the outpouring of comments, emails, and facebook messages that came my way with soup recipes! I am pleased to … Continue reading

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Share the soup [recipes].

Confession: I am really bad at making soup. Don’t get me wrong, I can throw together chili, I could live off of this pumpkin black bean soup, and I make a pretty wicked tortilla soup (thanks Suze, for that recipe), … Continue reading

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I am thankful for omelets and Saturday mornings*

Saturday mornings are my favorite time of the week. I used to always love Sundays best, and I still love them, but I am kind of addicted to the magic lazy bubble that is Saturday morning.  On Saturday mornings, the … Continue reading

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The basic quiche.

I recently learned that my beloved Mouffetarte in Paris closed down, which might account for the insane number of quiches I have made lately, you know, trying to keep the universe quiche quota in equilibrium. Or it might just be … Continue reading

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Bacon and Brie Quiche

I love living with James, but he is a boy. Sometimes you just need a little girl time. Which is why I periodically like to get together with my amazing roomies from last year for some girl time, and by … Continue reading

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Endives with Roquefort Sauce

Every single time I buy endives at the grocery in the US — which is not frequent as they very rarely have them — I have to tell the clerk what the are, after giving them a second to frantically … Continue reading

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Grilling in the summer…. without a grill.

It is a truth universally acknowledged that summer is for grilling. During this fine season, we are to eat the bright bounty of the garden and crisp meat cooked outside. I could live off of summer tomatoes, squash, zucchini, and … Continue reading

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