Monthly Archives: March 2021

Salmon Salad

So did you try the salmon piccata? Did you have leftovers? I don’t know about you, but I don’t like reheated fish. It’s nasty. And we had a lot of leftovers – I made enough for a houseful and there’s … Continue reading

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Salmon Piccata

As I was perusing some old cookbooks I saw several recipes for chicken piccata. I’ve made veal piccata (the original piccata) and it’s not that hard. And then I started thinking about all the salmon that’s in the freezer. All … Continue reading

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What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #306

A couple more weeks and Passover begins. Right behind it is Easter. And for me, this all means I’ll be out in my garden a lot more!! I love being outdoors, around nature. It helps me think. But I come … Continue reading

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3 Easy Mexican Style Dinners

For anyone that loves South of the border cuisine, we bet you have a real passion for Mexican Food. Who doesn’t? It is full of flavor, rich in culture, and always satisfying. You can easily whip up a quick dish … Continue reading

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Frittata with Crab, Spinach, and Artichokes

What is the difference between a frittata and an omelet? An omelet is typically made for one. The eggs are folded and may or may not have a filling of some kind and they are cooked over a medium-high heat … Continue reading

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