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Category Archive for 'Medleys'

While living in the Republic of Georgia, I was introduced to a new way of seasoning meats and vegetables–with walnuts. Eggplant, fish, chicken, pork, and beef are all dressed with absolutely delicious walnut sauce, usually accented with cinnamon and cloves. It’s a completely different experience!! Well, so I had some chicken I needed to get […]

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When I was living in Madrid, my fellow foodie friend Cecilia, ever the dutiful snacky snack scout, randomly and miraculously found a great Cuban restaurant called Meson Cubano. (Note: She found this place through http://11870.com/–good for all kinds of businesses and restaurants, anywhere you are!) Although the restaurant was not far from our flats, we […]

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Now that I’m back in the US, I am much more wary of the food I buy at the supermarket, and I have been doing a bit of research, some of which I will be posting in the next few weeks. So I was thrilled earlier this week when I found organic strawberries at Whole […]

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Tomatoes and Avocados as sweets?  Yes, these “faux veggies” deserve a second look. Their versatility practically begs us to play around and find new ways to use them. Who’s to say there aren’t other potentially fantastic “double agents” just waiting to be discovered? Another of my favorite tapas from Mercado de la Reina (see Sobrasada […]

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I made it out to Berlin recently to visit friends.  I thought that, without a doubt, I would walk away with some new wonderful currywurst addiction.  Instead, I fell in love with Kartoffelsalat, or German potato salad, which I picked up as a side dish one damp and chilly afternoon at Curry 36, an apparently […]

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Avocado Mousse Tapas

Avocado mousse-stuffed smoked salmon rolls.  Seafood baked mac and cheese.  It seems that no matter how creative we try to be, someone has already thought of the same thing, or else something extremely similar.  But that doesn’t mean that there isn’t still plenty of room (and need) for creativity.  In fact, the wide range of […]

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Ridiculously Simple Potatoes Au Gratin

I love cheesy potatoes au gratin, and I am especially a big fan of Betty Crocker boxed potatoes au gratin, having grown up on them. But I figured there had to be a way to make potatoes au gratin out of real, fresh potatoes and a block of cheese. I poked around on the internet […]

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Before summer gets here for those of us above the equator, I wanted to get out one recipe I picked up while living in Armenia. Armenia is situated high atop the Armenian Plateau in the South Caucasus, with less than 15% arable land throughout the entire tiny country.  What few forests remain are quickly disappearing […]

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