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Favorite Easter Recipes  #Foodie Friday Favorite Easter Recipes #Foodie Friday By Simple Living and Eating 04/18/14 02:30 Simple Pizza Rustica: aka Pizzagaine Italian Easter Pie Happy Easter to all of you celebrating this Sunday. It was Spring Break this week for my kids, so we did lots of running around and had a foodie overnight in New York City that I will write about once...
Steamed Bok Choy: Baby Bok Choy, Sugar Snaps, & Garlic en Papaillote  #French Fridays with Dorie Steamed Bok Choy: Baby Bok Choy, Sugar Snaps, & Garlic en Papaillote #French Fridays with Dorie By Simple Living and Eating 04/16/14 06:00 This dish is prepared en papaillote which is french for "in parchment" or in this case aluminum foil. En papaillote is basically a steaming technique which is great to use with subtle flavored foods like fish and vegetables. Read more » CommentsComments...
Bourbon Chicken Milanese: The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook   #Weekly Menu Plan Bourbon Chicken Milanese: The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook #Weekly Menu Plan By Simple Living and Eating 04/14/14 06:00 "If anything, my characters are toned down - the truth is much more bizarre." Jackie Collins Well, Lucky Santangelo the sexy glamorous daughter of the gangster Gino must be an interesting real life person. She sure can cook up a storm in Jackie Collin's...
Haddock with Parsley Cream Sauce  #Foodie Friday Haddock with Parsley Cream Sauce #Foodie Friday By Simple Living and Eating 04/11/14 02:30 Preparation: 30 min This haddock dish was inspired by the traditional Scottish chowder called Cullen Skink which is a smoked haddock soup. I couldn't find smoked haddock where I live, but I could find fresh haddock along with parsley, cream, leeks and shallots which are often...
Carrot Leek Celery Quiche: Maraichere  #French Fridays with Dorie Carrot Leek Celery Quiche: Maraichere #French Fridays with Dorie By Simple Living and Eating 04/09/14 06:00 Real Men Don't Eat Quiche... do you remember this book that made quiche eating controversial? It is hard to believe that as a society we once defined a man by what he ate. We have progressed. We've moved on to bigger and more controversial topics. Real...
Beef & Potato Patties: Northern Irish Pasties  #Food of the World Beef & Potato Patties: Northern Irish Pasties #Food of the World By Simple Living and Eating 04/08/14 02:30 Food of the World has brought me to a chip shop in Northern Ireland. Chip shops are like burger joints in the US. These are the places to get a quick cheap bite to eat. French fries are what folks in the UK call "Chips". In the US "chips" are potato chips,...
Asparagus Recipes #Seasonal Eating #Weekly Menu Plan Asparagus Recipes #Seasonal Eating #Weekly Menu Plan By Simple Living and Eating 04/07/14 06:00 Asparagus with Fig Balsamic Vinegar How do I know it is Spring? My grocery store is bursting with asparagus. The word comes from the Greek asparagos meaning a shoot or sprout... and isn't that what Spring is all about? Plants finally shooting up from the...
Warm Corn Salad with Huevo Frito #Foodie Friday Warm Corn Salad with Huevo Frito #Foodie Friday By Simple Living and Eating 04/04/14 02:30 My daughter has been learning about healthy eating this year in her Home Economics class. I have always considered myself to be a good eater. I eat very little red meat and cheese, but since I have been involved in a French cooking group I have been making...
Strawberry Shortcake: Visitandine  #French Fridays with Dorie Strawberry Shortcake: Visitandine #French Fridays with Dorie By Simple Living and Eating 04/02/14 06:00 I've always had unusual relationships with nuns. They either saw the light of Jesus in me or thought I was a "daughter of the devil". I either was very devout in their eyes or... I asked too many questions and had no faith at all. Read more » CommentsComments...
Pea Recipes: Give Peas a Chance  #Healthy Eating  #Weekly Menu Plan Pea Recipes: Give Peas a Chance #Healthy Eating #Weekly Menu Plan By Simple Living and Eating 03/31/14 06:00 Indian Rice: Peas and Onions Peas are a funny vegetable. People seem to love them or hate them. I never got the hating them idea... they are so mild and the texture is pleasant... not bitter, not stringy... what's not to like? Also did you know that peas...
Slow Cooker Moroccan Chicken  #Foodie Friday Slow Cooker Moroccan Chicken #Foodie Friday By Simple Living and Eating 03/27/14 05:00 The snow is almost completely gone and the temperatures during the day are sometimes above freezing. I have warm weather exotic places on my mind... yes, I am Moroccan Musing again. Read more » CommentsComments Related StoriesOrange Chicken: Happy Chinese...
Vegetable Barley Soup with the Taste of Little India #French Fridays with Dorie Vegetable Barley Soup with the Taste of Little India #French Fridays with Dorie By Simple Living and Eating 03/26/14 12:43 My father was stationed in Calcutta, India during the Second World War, he was only 18 years old. He never talk about India. Once in a while my family and I would ask him why he wouldn't go to the beach with us. His response was... I had enough heat for...
Simplify Your Wardrobe: Before you go Spring Shopping! #Simple Living in Practice Simplify Your Wardrobe: Before you go Spring Shopping! #Simple Living in Practice By Simple Living and Eating 03/25/14 05:00 The snow is finally melting and our days are getting above freezing. It is time to shed heavy wool sweaters and corduroys... and replace them with cotton tops and jeans. But when I looked into my Spring bin of clothes... some looked dingy, others looked...
Maple Sugaring  #Simple Living in Practice  #Weekly Menu Plan Maple Sugaring #Simple Living in Practice #Weekly Menu Plan By Simple Living and Eating 03/24/14 05:00 Our maple sugaring is going well this year... we are on track to have at least 1/2 gallon more than last year. The color is richer this year. I wonder if it has to do with it being such a cold winter? We may not make a ton of maple syrup and it does take...
Crab Quiche with Potato Crust  #Foodie Friday Crab Quiche with Potato Crust #Foodie Friday By Simple Living and Eating 03/21/14 01:30 This is the last of my Irish inspired recipes. It has been a good month in Ireland. Next month my Food of the World cooking group will be exploring the cuisine of the nearby United Kingdom: Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Whales. You are welcome...
Scallop Pancetta & Onion Tart: Scallop & Onion Tartes Fines #French Fridays with Dorie Scallop Pancetta & Onion Tart: Scallop & Onion Tartes Fines #French Fridays with Dorie By Simple Living and Eating 03/19/14 05:00 Preparation: 30 min I know it's Spring because everyone in the family's activity level is increasing. Tuesday night when I was making this dish, I really needed to be in two places at once. My daughter is working lights for the school musical, and my son was at fencing practice;...
St. Patrick's Day Cocktails from Bushmills Irish Whiskey  #Weekly Menu Plan St. Patrick's Day Cocktails from Bushmills Irish Whiskey #Weekly Menu Plan By Simple Living and Eating 03/17/14 05:00 Happy St. Patrick's Day The day that everyone is Irish. May you have a day of luck and good company! Enjoy a cocktails compliments of Bushmills Irish Whiskey. Read more » CommentsComments Related StoriesIrish Whiskey Steak #Food of the World Cooking with...
Blog Posts Features for 2014 Blog Posts Features for 2014 By Simple Living and Eating 03/17/14 00:59 Two Tartines from La Croix Rouge Dilled Gravlax with Mustard Sauce Slow Cooker Red Cooked Pork Cranberry Salmon Tartine Dilled Gravlax with Mustard Sauce Slow Cooker Pot Roast w/ Root Vegetables Emergency Chocolate Cake Posted by Diane Balch at 7:59 PM...
Green Irish Soup: Leeks & Parsnips  #Foodie Friday Green Irish Soup: Leeks & Parsnips #Foodie Friday By Simple Living and Eating 03/14/14 01:30 Preparation: 20 min There was always a color war on St. Patrick's Day when I was a kid. I grew up in a predominately Italian & Irish neighborhood. The Irish Catholic kids would wear green to school on St. Patrick's Day, and the Italian Catholics wore red for St. Joseph (his...
Irish Whiskey Steak #Food of the World Irish Whiskey Steak #Food of the World By Simple Living and Eating 03/11/14 01:40 Jameson whiskey has been distilled in Ireland since 1780. It is the most widely distributed Irish whiskey in the world. I'm not a whiskey drinker, but I have heard of Jameson. When a beverage has been around a country for 234 years it's not surprising that...
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