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Fish night!  SMIL told me she read somewhere that for perfect skin you should eat salmon, melon, and something else I forgot.  Along with nearly everyone, our family needs to eat more fish.  It’s healthy, it’s quick to prepare, and we are over-chickening in this house anyway.  Luckily I have children that eat and love […]

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Awhile back my dear friend Emily sent me an email saying, “Do you have any recipes that call for a massive amount of turkey broth?  I am not kidding, I have a TON.”  Which was hilarious and awesome.  Anyway, she brought me 2 frozen quarts to our eggnog taste off.  (Yes the taste off was super fun.  […]

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Is this technically even a pesto?  Or just a texture similar to pesto involving pureed nuts, herbs, garlic and veggies.  I don’t know.  It seems in essence pesto generally refers to basil, pine nuts, garlic and olive oil, but has been expanded to include about a billion other things to create gourmet accouterments.  This recipe […]

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I’ve always shyed away from hollandaise sauce in restaurants, mainly, because I thought it was a yellow mayonnaise.  The horror, I have a life altering fear of mayonnaise.  I’m working on it, albeit halfheartedly, since for health reasons, why would one ever attempt to learn to love mayonnaise?  That said, I like butter, I really […]

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I wrote a post on Chicken Avgolemono back in March. I’m remembering not being pleased with the way my sauce turned out and more than likely due to a messed up bedtime during the point of critical mass. This sauce is really delicious but takes focus and concentration like a gravy. Actually, it doesn’t so […]

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Tonight’s Recipe: Chicken Avgolemono Avgolemono is a Greek sauce comprising predominantly of chicken broth, lemon and egg. The thickened result is like a cream sauce, but much healthier and delicious. 2 tablespoons olive oil 1.5 lbs boneless, skinless chicken tenders Kosher Salt fresh-ground black pepper 1 3/4c. chicken stock 2 tbsp fresh dill 2 cups […]

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