Monthly Archives: November 2015

Wow and Welcome December (November 29 – December 5 )

It’s a quick transition from autumn’s Thanksgiving to sparkling Christmas! During winter-land wonder, not only do we shift the color spectrum of our decor, attire and cuisine; but, also, the images in stores and media demand a paradigm shift. Just … Continue reading

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Please and Thank you Thanksgiving (November 22 – November 28)

Home for the holidays evokes images of cheerful gatherings with abundant cuisine. This week’s tribute is to those who cook for us. In the restaurant/hospitality industry or at home, where would we be without kitchen talent? Without kitchen confidence we … Continue reading

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As Easy As 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 (November 15 – November 21)

Chill down and chill out the week before Thanksgiving. Another words, give yourself a break from being anchored to the kitchen. Try my five ingredient wonder for a family bravo of Turkey Terrine. Simply line ramekins (one per person) with … Continue reading

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The Fifteen Minute Plate-Up (November 8 – November 14)

Sometimes there isn’t enough time to bake and cook. There is no reason not to enjoy a substantial artfully plated meal. Offer canned asparagus rolled in deli smoked turkey or smoked ham. Top the roll-ups with a dollop of sour … Continue reading

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Deep-Rooted Consistency (November 1 – November 7, 2015)

On chilly wet days we crave root vegetables. Oh, the mighty potato. This sustenance feeds the masses and because of its ability to feed the masses it has been attributed to population increase. Likewise, historically, when crops have failed it … Continue reading

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