Monthly Archives: February 2013

Cauliflower as Brain Food

Is cauliflower brain food? It looks like a brain, but I don’t feel any smarter today! This plate of dinner consists of the cauliflower, brown rice, and chicken tenders with mushrooms, tomatoes, and red and green peppers. We had planned … Continue reading

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Omelette et Fettuccine Epinards

I have been so inspired by the food from the many blogs, and this looked so European, that I thought it deserved a fancy name! I just made it up, though, so any corrections would be gratefully received! I wasn’t … Continue reading

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Sourdough French Bread

Once upon a time, in the long-ago 20th century, we lived close enough to San Francisco to be able to capture the wondrous yeasties that floated about in the air to make authentic sourdough bread. Fast forward to 2013 – … Continue reading

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Cuban Sandwich, Arizona Style

Part Po’ Boy, part muffaletta, part Cuban Sandwich, Part Judie – I make it up as I go along. Made this yesterday. When lunch time rolled around today, the cry was for more of the same. But, of course, I … Continue reading

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Tiny Pig Feet

Believe it or not, that massive body is held up quite admirably by these tiny little feeters! When the herd passes by, it sounds like a herd of tiny horses – they actually make a clopping sound. Not exactly a … Continue reading

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Baby Javelina

As the thin layer of snow melted away, we were surprised to see a herd of about six javelina out seeking acorns during the day – very unusual. They usually appear just about the time it gets darkish, so they … Continue reading

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Mango Tango, Mardi Gras style

Mardi Gras is over now, but the bright colors and snappy taste of this mango salsa really pepped up our lunch of Peruano beans and brown rice. The sesame roll has a slim slice of jalapeƱo cheese melted on it, … Continue reading

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