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Progressive Wine Pairing

What a fun idea and I’m doing the food for one of them! Progressive Pairing Pairing Party (that’s 4 P’s) (April 30) April 30, 12pm - 4pm Taste the best of the scenic coast. Harmony Cellars, Cayucos Cellars, and of course, Moonstone Cellars, have joined forces for a Progressive Pairing Party!...

Home made vegetable broth.

VEGETABLE BROTH When you save vegetables to make soup broth, you keep the nutrients and good taste that might have been lost. It is never out of style to be thrifty and it takes no time. Collect clean vegetable trimmings in a one gallon bag stored in the freezer. Good candidates are: spinach, kale or...

Food for Winter

I love a powerful blender On cold wintry days, a hearty soup is so grounding. Even better is a hearty soup made of things grown underground. Very rooting and comforting. In January, I can still go to the Farmers Market and was able to get celery root, sweet white potatoes, parsnips, carrot, golden beets,...

Butternut Squash Lasagna

Last fall (2010), I had the pleasure of preparing two vegetarian lasagnas for St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church http://www.stbenslososos.org/index.html. I made one with dairy, bechamel sauce, crumbled almond biscotti, hmmm and one vegan with homemade almond milk. How were they? I never found out;...

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