Monthly Archives: August 2010

Paneer Cheese in Fresh Tomato Sauce

I really enjoy the flavors of India.  I started cooking Indian food using Madhur Jaffrey’s An Invitation to Indian Cooking (published in 1973), a wonderful little book written in an engaging style.  I became a fan of Madhur Jaffrey and … Continue reading

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Corn Soup with Tarragon

After a long period of sunshine and warm weather, it rained all day last Sunday.   A grey day for hunkering down with a book and having soup for lunch.  I had picked up some corn on the cob at the … Continue reading

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Peach Blueberry Cobbler

The peaches have been wonderful this summer.  We have had weeks of eating sweet juicy peaches from the Farmer’s Market and the Cornell Orchards.  I couldn’t resist getting some of these Garnet Beauty peaches—they are beautiful!  Since we have quite … Continue reading

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Fresh Blueberry Pie

We were away on a vacation to the Adirondacks last week, this time renting a cabin (or “camp”as they call them up there).  I always like to eat well whether we are in the woods or at home, and by … Continue reading

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Belgian Endive with Lemon-Herb Goat Cheese

If you want to make a quick (and low-carb) appetizer for a dinner party, this recipe for Belgian Endive “spoons” filled with goat cheese is a good choice.  It is tasty and pretty, and easy for people to help themselves.  … Continue reading

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Fresh Basil Pesto

Summertime—time to make fresh basil pesto!  I bought a nice big bag of fresh basil at the farmer’s market, and set out to make as many batches of pesto with it as I could.  Every summer I make quantities of … Continue reading

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