It’s been such a strange spring that I barely stopped cooking pumpkin and there is already asparagus in the markets.
In between, we did manage to eat a broccoli, a cauliflower and a Savoy cabbage.
When one cooks for two, both cauliflower and cabbage require … Continue reading.....
Can one turn orange from eating winter squash?
I’ve heard that one can turn orange from eating carrots….
Orange is not a good color for me.
When we lived in the US we used to buy whole turkey tenderloins, which we either roasted whole or … Continue reading.....
I hadn’t planned on posting this recipe….
Which is why I didn’t take a photo before we started eating.
But we both liked it so much, and it was so easy, I jumped up before we finished it and grabbed a quick pic.
You could, … Continue reading.....
Grilled potatoes in a salad?
I know a lot of you would not do that. I know that a lot of people are anti-carbohydrate. We, on the other hand, are very pro-balanced diet.
We eat carbs. And protein. And fat. And ice cream.… Continue reading.....
We get lovely, thin turkey cutlets here which is what I used for the quiche.
When we lived in the US I remember getting turkey tenderloin (which I cannot get here) but not the cutlets. Use whatever you can get or substitute chicken breasts.
I … Continue reading.....
Last year I made a classic (sort of) Italian dish of thin veal scallops wrapped around asparagus called Involtini.
Since I can never leave something alone I decided to make it again, but this time I wanted thin turkey scallops.
And, of course, green … Continue reading.....
Does anyone else remember recipe cards?
This was before the internet, way back in the beginning of time. People used to get stuff in the mail.
There were lots of opportunities for subscriptions that would send you books or music or plates or whatever every … Continue reading.....
I was tempted to leave the chard in the garden for the winter. It’s mild enough here that chard is considered a winter crop by most people, not a summer crop.
I prefer it in summer when the leaves are more tender. They tend to … Continue reading.....
This is another quiche with a shredded potato crust… Our new favorite and so easy.
Thin turkey cutlets cook quickly making the prep fast and easy.
Use the same skillet for everything: quickly sauté the turkey, then remove to a plate. Do the onions next, … Continue reading.....
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Details after the recipe.
Food should always come before the technical stuff….. One needs one’s strength, after all.
This will be the last salad of the season. With the … Continue reading.....