Monthly Archives: January 2016

Greek Vegetables, Beans and Rice

Once in awhile I get it right.  I mean REALLY right!  Tonight was one of those occasions. I had finished reading 25% of the written assignments I received last night in class, so I am well on the road to … Continue reading

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Vegan Crostini and a Vintage Bardolino

It’s snowing all over the East Coast, but this time, central Massachusetts is escaping the storm.  So having taken all the garbage and recycle to the dump, it was time for my favorite meal of the week, Saturday lunch.  It … Continue reading

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Mediterranean Fresh

In the 1980’s one of my favorite restaurants was Joyce Goldstein’s Square One in San Francisco.  It was the essence of the wonders of Mediterranean food, with access to marvelous ingredients in the burgeoning California food scene.  Although the restaurant … Continue reading

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I’m always finding things to put on toasty-crisp bread, especially for lunch.  As a mostly-vegan food fan, I locate the best ingredients, prepare them to show off their flavors and textures, and when I don’t know what else to do … Continue reading

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Outrageously Good, Almost-Vegan Lasagna

In the last two days I was able to gather great ingredients at some of my favorite suppliers: Russo’s — for fresh-picked spinach and some nice beets Whole Foods River Street — Kite Hill Ricotta made from Almond Milk, and … Continue reading

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