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- Being a professional cook has meant coming home reeking of onions and garlic on an almost daily basis. Sometimes flaking off fish scales or peeling off an octopus tentacle or two. And while I do not mind much when I have to shake off thin slices of prosciutto after a deli slicer “incident,” sometimes I really enjoy simple, easy home Continue Reading...Read More
- My mama once told me that if I had been born eight hours earlier, my name might have been “Patrick.” Eight hours earlier and I would have been born on St. Patrick’s Day. Not that there is anything wrong with the name Patrick, but I could have gone through life as “Pat.” Despite those eight hours, I have had many Continue Reading...Read More
- It’s FAT TUESDAY or MARDI GRAS, where people live it up one last time before strict rituals of fasting during the Lenten season. This year, Stephen says he is to eliminate white sugar and bread, which he says means he can still eat corn tortillas. Let’s see how that one lasts. We have two great recipes to share with you Continue Reading...Read More
- We can’t wait for this year’s 86th Academy Awards because the competition is fierce. Unlike most years when Hollywood insiders have a clear idea of who will take home that handsome boy named Oscar, this year the race for best picture is quite close between the space movie “Gravity,” historic biopic “12 Years a Slave” and comedy “American Hustle.” Nail Continue Reading...Read More
- It’s raining in Los Angeles and people are acting like the world is coming to an end. I love the rain and think it’s perfect weather for a warm, hearty bowl of Albóndigas or meatball soup. Albóndigas originated in Spain and means a meatball soup that can be either light or spicy with a bit of tomato broth. Of course, Continue Reading...Read More
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