Monthly Archives: September 2014

BEET BORSCHT

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I keep a collection of baskets by the kitchen door.  A trip to the garden requires one carry the right basket for the occasion.  A small square basket for strawberries.  A very deep basket for kale.  Something larger and round … Continue reading

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PUTTANESCA SALSA – a quick recipe

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  Take the classic ingredient for Puttanesca sauce.  Deconstruct the recipe. Now it becomes  an extraordinary salsa perfect for everything from grilled sausages and fish  to grilled bread. Using this basic recipe you can joyful indulge in your own favorite … Continue reading

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ZEN AND THE ART OF PISTOU

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She rose early. Waited for the sun to dry the dew on the emerald basil leaves. Then before its rays could steal their fragrance she filled the basket. The heavy perfume of basil filled her kitchen. Mozetich’s music – Postcards … Continue reading

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HOT-SMOKED SALMON PATE

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There’s something magical about a working river.  It’s the romance of watching towering ocean going ships heading to exotic destinations.  The pure delight of the skill of a tug boat captain shepherding enormous log rafts down the river.  The small … Continue reading

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ZUCCHINI FRITTERS WITH FETA

I have a magic  zucchini factory in the garden.   One minute beautiful yellow flowers, then POOF elegant slender zucchini. .  They can be served as an hors d’oeuvre or a starter course.  They don’t need a sauce.  Simply sprinkle some … Continue reading

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