Monthly Archives: July 2019

Singing the Blues

Bluefish gets a bad rap. It’s not your average flaky white fish that gains general favor. It’s most likely to be referred to as “oily” or “fishy.” The trick with bluefish is that it has to be incredibly fresh. If … Continue reading

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Quintessential Quebec

  When I think of Quebec City, I’ll remember the flowers. This magical city encased in snow and ice so much of the year blooms with color in July. I’ll remember our daily forays that all seemed to lead uphill. … Continue reading

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Lettuce Wraps

I like lettuce wraps. Not just because of the reduced carb factor, although that’s a bonus. The best lettuce wraps I’ve had in a restaurant involved Thai spiced ground chicken, so when I saw a recipe in a magazine that … Continue reading

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Nightly Ritual

we gather by the sea awed by the splendor voices hushed into silence caught in the web of wonder splash of waves a seagull’s call nature captivates and holds for these brief moments at the end of day

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New Hit in the Dip Department

Hummus and veggies in a bright lemon vinaigrette. What’s not to love? Add some homemade pita chips, or wedges of soft fresh pita for serving. I was inspired by the gorgeous picture of a dish called “Israeli Vegetable Salad” in … Continue reading

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