Monthly Archives: September 2015

Ultimate Comfort Food

Nourishment At The Tail End Of Life I recently moved my ailing mom into my bedroom suite and created a little bed-sit for myself in the connecting sun room. We both love our new nests, which are bright with southern … Continue reading

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Fresh Food With A French Twist

Fabulous French Takes On Gardenly Meals Recently, I’ve been delightedly cooking from a reprint of a classic cookbook called Simple French Food. While not well known to the general public, the author, Richard Olney, was extremely influential among chefs and … Continue reading

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Feasting On Fall Mushrooms

Savoring Woodland Treats As soon as the refreshing rains return, woodland mushrooms are right behind them. Both white and pale golden, apricot scented chanterelles are inspiring a series of mushroom-centered dishes this week, from yummy breakfast omelets to hearty dinner … Continue reading

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Roasting The Garden

From Peaches To Tomatoes Eastern Washington peaches are amazingly delicious this year, and I feel blessed to be gifted with a dozen fat, juicy ones that were utterly ripe and a further dozen that were still on the green side. … Continue reading

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