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Mango Sorbet

The other evening we were having dinner at Solea restaurant in Waltham. Across the street is one of Waltham’s Indian grocery stores, New Apna Bazar. Right now seems to be mango season as they...

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Tarragon Chicken Crêpes

I think I copied this recipe down from a magazine or newspaper back when I was in college. [Ok, this is just a little too weird – I just went searching for the original...

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Chicken Divan

There have to be a thousand recipes for Chicken Divan. I’ve been using a quick Chicken Divan recipe from a cookbook put out by the Lexington Preschool PTA (now called LexFUN) as a fundraiser....

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Cellphone noodles

We were eating cheese and crackers one evening. There was a ginger mango white stilton cheese. We also had some sesame rice crackers. I really liked these flavors together. And I really wanted to...

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Splash 2

My favorite splash class was Patrol. Patrol is a game run weekly from 8-11:00 pm on saturdays. You are given a dart gun, several darts, and a headband. Headbands said whether you were alive...

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Pot Roast with Polenta

I hadn’t really planned on doing a pot roast, but the supermarket had a special on beef chuck roast and it was a cold rainy weekend, so I just had to do something. Yes,...

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Fish Risotto

On a couple of occasions this year I have made stock from the left-over fish bones after filleting the CSF fish. That was really the best way to make sure we made the most...

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Merluza a la Sidre

This week we got Hake from the CSF. This was definitely a new fish for me, so I went looking for more information on the ‘net. What I discovered was that there is a...

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Tomatoes

Tomatoes are something that I’m pretty picky about. One of the nice things about having Wilson Farms just down the hill is that I can be sure of getting good tasting tomatoes even in...

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Haddock with Green Garlic Sauce

This week we got two whole haddocks from the CSF. Last night we had fillets with Tomato, Caper and Olive vinaigrette, and tonight I decided to bake the other haddock whole. Pat the fish...