Chopped Cobb Salad

March 17, 2014

I’ve made Cobb salads before and I’ve liked them just fine. But when I was at Vinaigrette in Santa Fe not long ago, I ordered a chopped version, and fell in love with the Cobb all over again. It had me at first crunch — each bite had a bit of crispy bacon, bleu cheese, […]

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Broccoli Pasta with Kalamata Olives and Capers

March 10, 2014

Since I got back to Santa Fe, I’ve been craving — and eating– just about anything green I can find. I’m putting spinach and kiwis in my daily smoothies. I bought kale (again- after admitting that I’m tired of seeing it everywhere) and plan to make a salad with it later this week. Parsley, cilantro, […]

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Giveaway: Food Lovers’ Guide to Dallas & Fort Worth

February 28, 2014

Chances are, if you live in Dallas or Fort Worth — heck, anywhere in Texas–then you already know June Naylor’s byline. She’s been writing about food and dining for more than 20 years, and she’s just written a comprehensive guide on where to eat in Dallas-Fort Worth right now, from dives to fine dining, Food Lovers’ […]

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Wild Salmon Salad with Lime Zest Vinaigrette

February 24, 2014

If you are lucky enough to be stuck in an on-again, off-again wintry mix storm in Texas, as I was recently, the best place to be is in Denton at my friend Melanie’s house. Rose has a big backyard to roll around in, and a friend next door — Pontus, the Irish wolfhound — who […]

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Broccoli Kale Lime Soup

February 17, 2014

Just as I was about to jump off the kale bandwagon — am I the only one suffering from kale fatigue?–I found myself in the Denton Kroger mindlessly tossing a bunch of the oh-so-trendy green curly stuff into my cart. It was a snow day, after all, and what’s a snow day for if not […]

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Valentine’s Day: Chocolate Mousse

February 10, 2014

There is absolutely nothing to making mousse. Just chocolate and eggs, pinch of salt, that’s all. But it is one of those things, like baguettes and eating yogurt for dessert on weeknights that is very French. It is this sort of simplicity that makes chocolate mousse a perfect dessert, especially for Valentine’s Day, when many […]

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Texas Tortilla Soup

February 7, 2014

Right, you’re probably thinking. Of course it’s Texas Tortilla Soup. What else would it be? But in this case, it’s called such because I made it while in Texas and yes, tortilla soup is most definitely a Texas thing, so there you are. One should definitely wear cowgirl boots while making this soup. If you want […]

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Superbowl Pulled Pork Nachos

January 27, 2014

Every now and then, even when it’s not Superbowl Sunday, I get a craving for nachos that won’t go away. And since this classic Tex-Mex staple isn’t something you routinely find on the menus of most New Mexican restaurants (ridiculous!), I sometimes make this pulled pork version at home. But it’s a dangerous exercise. Once […]

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Cauliflower with Harissa

January 23, 2014

I went through a phase a couple of years ago when I was roasting cauliflower just about every week. Just cauliflower, olive oil and some salt and pepper, that’s all. I ate it like popcorn  right off the roasting pan. Sometimes I’d make other things with it, toss it with a vinaigrette or add it […]

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Oatmeal Blueberry Walnut Muffins

January 12, 2014

Oh I know what you’re thinking. These are not the prettiest muffins in the world. They are not like the big poofy, cakelike muffins you see in the coffee shop chains (does anyone really eat those?). They are, in fact, kind of squatty as far as muffins go. But don’t be too quick to judge. […]

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