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, adding the chard at the end just to it wilts and fits into the quiche … Continue reading.....
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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 beginning of September my thoughts turn away from fresh greens and towards fresh pizzas.
This … Continue reading.....
Spaghetti Squash, take III
I think I’m getting the hang of these squashes.
We were very happy with it as a simple vegetable, but I wanted to try it a bit more creatively.
We were very happy with this effort as well.
The only problem is that the mushroom soy sauce is so lovely and thick…. and shiny. I … Continue reading.....
I could be in a rut here…
But, it is asparagus season, and mon mari doesn’t know how to buy it in less than 2 kilo lots (4.5 lbs) so expect to see a lot of recipes using asparagus in the near future.
This is his favorite time of year. He gets to eat all the ‘A’s’: asparagus, artichokes and … Continue reading.....
It’s getting closer….
I’m referring to the biggest food holiday on the U.S. calender: Turkey Day, aka Thanksgiving Day.
Some say they like T-Day best because it’s about the food and family without the hassle of presents, like Christmas.
Some say they like T-Day best because of all the leftovers.
I mean, if one is going to bother making a … Continue reading.....
Usually when I make a stir-fry I try for a variety of colors, shapes and tastes.
This one came from my garden, and I didn’t have any red or orange that was ready to eat.
I decided on a theme of green.
Just so you know…. White zucchini is actually a very pale green.
I used turkey cutlets for this, … Continue reading.....
I’m getting tired of winter cooking.
I long for salads and tomatoes and zucchini and anything cooked on the barbecue grill.
This happens in reverse in September, when I can hardly stand even the thought of one more meal from the grill!
Then I long for stews and soups and braises.
I tend to compromise on the cusp of these … Continue reading.....
This weekend I cleaned the house, found the Christmas decorations, decorated the house, and baked Christmas breads (cranberry and pumpkin).
After all that I needed comfort food.
I could call this Three Cheese Lasagne but Turkey and Leek sounds so much healthier, doesn’t it?
Turkey and Leek Lasagne
Total time: 45 minutes
- 8oz (250gr) turkey, cut into bite-size pieces
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