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On my new kick to write about whatever food I may be thinking about rather than trying to churn out new fusion recipes while on my weird “non-aggravating” diet, I offer to you the humble Honeycrisp apple. Raw, whole, and usually organic in my experience, this apple is absolutely, by far, the best apple I […]

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Okay, sorry I couldn’t come up with a better title. Truth is, I haven’t posted in such a long time, I think I am beginning to forget how. So, as those who have followed this blog know, my culinary options have been severely limited since I was diagnosed with a dysfunctional gall bladder. Long story […]

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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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Springtime brings us one of my favorite faux fruits: the strawberry.  This “accessory fruit”–or vegetable, depending on how you define it–is, in fact, the swollen tip of the stamen, or the base where the flower grows.  The seeds, or more accurately, the achenes, that attach themselves to this swollen bit are more than just annoying […]

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Produce: As Sweets

Produce as dessert can be as tricky as it is temporal. There are plenty of vegetables we consider fruits, fruits we consider vegetables, “accessory fruits” that don’t really fit into either category, and, of course, other parts of the plant that we may or may not desire as dessert. Presenting produce as dessert can be […]

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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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Easy Breezy Lemon Pie

One of the easiest things I’ve ever made.  Can be made into a 9″ pie or 6 individual ramekin mini-pies. Skill Level:  EASY Preparation time:  About 10 minutes. Cooking time:  10-15 minutes to cook, plus about 20 minutes to cool to room temperature. Servings: 6-8. 4 eggs, separated and yolks beaten Juice of 2 lemons […]

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