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PASTA TIME AWAY….

Our son, Zack and his girlfriend, Zoey were over the other evening for one of our regular movie watching, game playing, dinner nights.  We feel very blessed that both of our boys are in loving relationships with young women whom … Continue reading

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Dressing Up!

People, seriously?  You’re still buying bottled dressings?  Do you really want all that extra sugar, salt and other additives in your dressing, not to mention the expense? Whether you’ve taken the trouble to simply wash and spin dry simple lettuces … Continue reading

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Digging “Deep”

For the last few weeks, I’ve been presenting you with ‘foundation recipes’ with which you can begin building your personal culinary repertoire.  But because of an issue I’ve brought to light on A Fork in the Road’s Facebook page, I … Continue reading

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Tastes Like Chicken!

Way back in February I posed a challenge to you.  I encouraged each of you to get in your kitchens and start cooking real food for yourselves as well as for your friends and families. I did this because I truly believe … Continue reading

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Make a Pest-O Yourself

God, I love pesto.  I mean really, who wouldn’t love a fresh blend of basil, garlic, butter, olive oil and lots o’ cheese?  Yum.  And ever since my family and I discovered the legendary, irascible Italian chef Marcella Hazan’s “Blender … Continue reading

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Stock Tips

Hey faithful readers (and you new ones too)!  As promised, and without further ado, I am providing you with my list of staples every traditional home cook should have on hand enabling you to throw together an easy weeknight dinner … Continue reading

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Back to Basics

In the quest for balance in my life, I’m learning to embrace simplicity.  This is a struggle for me since I’m naturally a complicated person, chock full of many passions, as well as contradictions.  I tend to over-think everything and … Continue reading

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