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A Tablas Creek & Marino Ristorante Win/Win
2020-06-12 22:58
Ken here, reporting on a distant, yet social, experience. I got to put on my wine tasting hat. Greg didn’t have to cook. We supported a local restaurant and a California winery. I soc… Read More
Home-Grown Lemon Verbena Vesper
2020-05-31 14:00
I’ve been challenged by a regular ZOOM group I participate in to create a libation for a virtual cocktail party featuring something home-grown. So I went out to the garden and took a… Read More
Apricot-Cherry Crumble Season
2020-05-22 18:08
Apricot-Cherry Crumble with Graham Cracker Crust. It’s not quite a pie or even a cobbler. It’s not actually a true crumble either– though I call it exactly that. Beca… Read More
Use Leftover Herbs In A Cocktail
2020-05-17 14:00
I want to talk about leftover herbs. You know, that slimy bundle of green stems that gets gross quicker than you can say zucchini in summertime. What can you (should you) do with that mess?… Read More
Tribal Salmon-Romesco Sandwiches
2020-05-09 20:38
Restaurants are having a tough time in this age of stay-at-home. So, to help with overhead a lot of restaurants are doubling up on their services by providing not only take-out prepared food… Read More
A Truly Seasonal Ginger-Kumquat Collins
2020-05-02 14:00
You can thank Martha Stewart for the bright and sparkly Ginger-Kumquat Collins cocktail you see here. Though it’s not her recipe I’m going to give her some backhanded credit anyw… Read More
Radicchio Chickpea Crostini ZOOM! ZOOM!
2020-04-26 14:00
I made Oil-Poached Chickpea Crostini with Grilled Radicchio. It’s got a complicated name I’ll admit, but that’s because I put quite a bit of thought into this appetizer. A… Read More
The Mojo And Moxie Of Seared Flank Steak
2020-04-21 14:00
Oregano, cilantro, or parsley. Maybe some chilies maybe not. Sometimes vinegar. Or even citrus. Always garlic. There are many variations of mojo sauce. It probably originated in the Canary… Read More

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