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Garlic Soy Stir Fry

Garlic Soy Stir Fry

| February 22, 2009 | 7 Comments

Tender beef and veggies are cooked in a fragrant garlic-soy sauce in this quick and easy recipe for Garlic Soy Stir Fry. In my single days, a mainstay of my cooking was stir fry. It is just so easy. Chop up a few veggies, toss it in a pan with a little oil and stir, […]

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Blue Cheese Souffle

Blue Cheese Souffle

| January 5, 2009 | 4 Comments

Souffle. It’s one of those words that conjures up notions of complexity and difficulty. It just sounds so fussy. But with some cheese begging to be used and egg whites calling my name, I decided to bite the bullet and try Blue Cheese Souffle from Barefoot in Paris, one of Ina Garten‘s cookbooks and the […]

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Seared Tuna with Sesame Soy Drizzle

Seared Tuna with Sesame Soy Drizzle

| February 28, 2007 | 3 Comments

After discovering a few recipes for seared tuna recently, which are strikingly similar in cooking method but different in serving, I decided to try my hand at my own variation. There is nothing like a good slab of ahi tuna, seared just right – as in rare. It’s a delicious and firm fish.I used some […]

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Three Cheese Sauce

Three Cheese Sauce

| January 6, 2007 | 0 Comments

[Image courtesy of Kraft Foods.] See the image above? That’s the macaroni and cheese that I grew up on. It was artificially flavored, dyed and full of preservatives – and yummy as can be. I cannot tell you how many times that was my quick dinner before swim practice or an easy lunch when I […]

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Portabella and White Bean Soup

Portabella and White Bean Soup

| November 25, 2006 | 7 Comments

It’s the weekend (a rather LOOOOOOOONG weekend for me, yay!) so that means it’s time for Weekend Herb Blogging, the blogging event created by Kalyn from Kalyn’s Kitchen that celebrates herbs and veggies and other yummy things. It’s being hosted by Haalo of Cook (almost) Anything At Least Once this weekend, so check there on […]

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Black Beans with Salsa Cruda

Black Beans with Salsa Cruda

| October 18, 2006 | 0 Comments

I just wrote a whole post and with a flick of the finger accidentally erased the whole thing. Don’t you hate when that happens? And of course this is blogger so I can’t just hit ‘undo’ and make everything right again. Oh, the horrors. Black Beans with Salsa Cruda have been on my mind since […]

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Light and Healthy Tilapia

Light and Healthy Tilapia

| October 6, 2006 | 0 Comments

I had two objectives tonight: healthy and light. I had taken out some tilapia this morning to have for dinner and had a red onion earmarked for the meal. I wasn’t quite sure what to do with it all though. Hunting through my kitchen and fridge, I located some organic carrots, a home grown tomato, […]

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Aglio e Olio

Aglio e Olio

| August 25, 2006 | 3 Comments

Much to my husband’s chagrin, I love garlic. It goes in nearly every main dish I make . . . sometimes in greater quantities then others. And one dish that I love to make is aglio e olio. It’s a classic Italian pasta that combines just cooked garlic, olive oil and pasta in a wonderful […]

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ARF: Blue Tomato Salad with Basil Vinaigrette

ARF: Blue Tomato Salad with Basil Vinaigrette

| July 11, 2006 | 5 Comments

So, I’ve been failing to post for the weekly blogging events for sometime even though I intended to. I really like joining in on the fun for events like ARF/5-A-Day hosted weekly by Sweetnicks, since it challenges me to make something new and different that brings more antioxidants and/or vegetables into our home. Check Sweetnicks […]

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Stacked Steak Asiago Sandwiches

Stacked Steak Asiago Sandwiches

| April 22, 2006 | 3 Comments

This quick and easy recipe for Stacked Steak Asiago Sandwiches combines sharp Asiago cheese with crispy onion straws and thin slices of seasoned sandwich steak. This sandwich idea came to me when I had a few sandwich steaks laying around and I wasn’t sure what to do with them besides cook them. After a little […]

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