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The Burger Bar

The Burger Bar is not your usual hamburger joint, far from it. Located in the attractive Donald Ross Village Plaza in Palm Beach Gardens, the Burger Bar is pure Florida fun…sophisticated yet funky, gourmet but casual. With its striking black and … Continue reading

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Warm Lentil Salad With Merguez…A French Bistro Meal

A Warm Lentil Salad, an item found on many French bistro menus, is a simple but flavorful dish when topped with spicy lamb Merguez sausages. Old fashioned French comfort food at its best, it’s perfect for either lunch or your evening meal. … Continue reading

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Good Luck In The New Year

The wish “Good Luck In The New Year“ will be spoken in many different languages by millions of people around the world as we ring in the New Year. Part of this annual celebration may include eating certain foods that … Continue reading

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Veal Marsala

Veal Marsala, a meal many of us only consider having at an Italian restaurant, is easy to prepare at home. This tasty, one pan dish of tender veal topped with a light mushroom Marsala wine sauce and placed on top … Continue reading

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Tart With Shortbread Crust…As Easy As Pie

With Thanksgiving just days ahead and Christmas next month, if a pumpkin, pecan or apple pie is one of the desserts you will be serving during the holidays, then your pie making is probably in full swing by now. On … Continue reading

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Beans And Sausages, Two Ways

When my daily routine leaves little time for preparing dinner, I often raid my pantry and freezer for ingredients to create a quick and easy weeknight meal. Recently, I’ve prepared Beans And Sausages, Two Ways…both using canned beans and fully cooked … Continue reading

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Portsmouth, A Picturesque New England Town

Originally settled in 1623, Portsmouth is a Picturesque New England Town located along the western bank of the Piscataqua River that divides New Hampshire and Maine. When you walk down the brick sidewalks of Portsmouth, passing historic Colonial, Federal and … Continue reading

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Italian Stuffed Peppers

Sunday dinner at the home of an Italian American family is all about keeping food traditions alive. My husband likes to call the meal “a Sunday feast”.  We often start the meal with a large antipasto platter. This classic is … Continue reading

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Sea Scallops With Bacon Lardons On Creamy Corn Polenta

A very popular appetizer at parties and restaurants in New England is bacon wrapped sea scallops. While this is a delicious starter, I wanted the same flavors for an evening meal and created Pan Seared Sea Scallops With Bacon Lardons … Continue reading

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Spice Rubbed Pork Tenderloin With Mango Pineapple Relish

Enjoy the island flavors of tropical fruits, spices, and rum when you prepare  Spice Rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Mango Pineapple Relish. Ripe mangos and pineapple, the color of sunshine, are mixed with chilies and a splash of rum to create … Continue reading

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