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Sep23

Apple Tart  

“Being a chef is like going back in time, … You are tasting and preparing food you originally ate as a child.” (Richard Mead, chef and restaurateur) Apples were a staple fruit in our home growing up. Fruit for dessert, fruit for snacks, fruit (apple)...
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Sep09

Glazed Brussels Sprouts – Pan Roasted

I’m all about healthy food that is easy to create and looks beautifully delicious. I also love making sauces (it’s all about the dressing and sauce) to bedazzle my dishes. I grew up thinking Brussels sprouts had to be steamed, boiled  or oven roasted...
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Aug18

Magnificent Mango Soup

(Mmm… chilled summer delight) Mango grows in tropical climates and is available to us during out summer season. Yahoo! Mangoes are a savory juicy fruit that just quenches our thirst on a hot summer day. Enjoy this delicious chilled soup under 7 ingredients....
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Feb12

Dutch Meatloaf

”This is my advice to people: Learn how to cook, try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, be fearless, and above all have fun”-Julia Child In our Dinner Table Family Headquarters cookbook, my sisters and I created gorgeous, easy, and delicious meals....
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Jan29

Glazed Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Clementines

Bedazzle your Dinner Table When I create a recipe the ingredients, taste, and presentation are priority number one, but I take it a step further and research the juicy background of the foods I use, too. Love this part of the process. So, let me share...
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Dec09

Apple Sauce

Apple Sauce Ingredients 6 apples (my favorite apples to use are McIntosh), cubed 1 inch of water in pot 1 cinnamon stick 1 slice of lemon rind Instructions: 1. Apples can be peeled but I do not peel my apples. Wash well. 2. Slice the apples into cubes....
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Dec09

Chanukah Latkes

Chanukah Latkes Ingredients 6 russet potatoes, grated 1 onion, grated 3 eggs 1tsp. sea salt ¼ tsp. black pepper 3 tbsp. flour 1 tbsp. oil Large bowl Cheesecloth for draining starch Ice cubes to keep the water ice cold Water Grape-seed oil for frying...
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Nov20

Dinner Table Family Headquarters Cookbook

I am so excited to announce our very first published cookbook. That’s right! Hot off the press! This project has been cooking in the oven for over 2 years, researching and experimenting with table ideas to enjoy with family and friends. And now, we...
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Nov14

Tofu for my Trance Dance Friends  

I was invited to a Trance Dance Event just recently. What is Trance Dance? Thought you might want to know. In simple terms it’s a dance where we just move to all sorts of instrumental music and let go, feel alive, and get inspired. It’s magical, healing...
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Nov06

Soup… Food for the Soul

Soup is probably the most historical of anything cooked in the kitchen. There’s a real good reason for that. Haven’t you ever heard or read the story “Stone Soup’? My mother who cooked soup every day of the week (and different soups each night)...
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