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Napa cabbage cashew coleslaw

This coleslaw is delicious with a light and acidic dressing that pairs perfectly with all the delicious fried foods and sweet barbq. Ingredients: 3 cups Napa Cabbage cut into thin strips 1 cup red large endive cut into thin strips 3…

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Deviled eggs

Four ways to peel a hard boiled egg. Cooling the eggs completely before attempting to peel them, Using the curvature of a spoon to peel the eggs with ease, Gently rolling and smashing the egg shell completely before peeling it…

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Summer Gazpacho

Gazpacho was one of the things I fell in love with while working at a restaurant in Santa Monica California. Gazpacho is best when the vegetables are at their best, summer, and the soup is best after it refrigerates for…

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Beet and Goat Cheese Salad

Los Angeles, Ca, -Beets are delicious any time but they are especially good during the summer months. Especially golden beets, which come into season in the summer. If you’re not a beet lover start with the yellow beet and try…

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Popovers

A Popover is an easy recipe and they are made from very simple ingredients- eggs, flour, butter and salt. However, when they are beaten together and added to an extremely hot oven- magic happens.

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Goat cheese and tomato sauce

This delicious goat cheese and tomato sauce recipe was from the restaurant I helped open with Jay Fignano. This was his favorite dish and the second we made it together I was hooked. The creamy goat cheese is a perfect…

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Asparagus soup

Everyone needs a good Asparagus soup recipe. This recipe I created for Traditional Home Magazine is delicious with it’s hint of pistachio and cream. This Asparagus soup tastes like asparagus, but it’s softer and milder than plain asparagus, because it has…

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