Monthly Archives: November 2020

What Does a Veggie-Pescatarian Eat During Thanksgiving Week? Part 2: The Rest of the Week

Beginning with the Friday night before Thanksgiving, I had plenty of time and energy for cooking. Here are some of the other meals. Pasta al Forno From Johanne Killeen and George Germon ‘s famous Rhode Island restaurant, Al Forno, and … Continue reading

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What Does a Veggie-Pescatarian Eat During Thanksgiving Week?

I’m willing to bet that none of you woke up this morning with the question in this title on your mind. Nonetheless, I am about to answer it, and I have some exciting food moments to share, in case you … Continue reading

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Small and Brief — Tuna Conserva Lunch

The other piece of fish from the market on Saturday was a small piece of Yellowfin Tuna. Yesterday, I poached that in olive oil with herbs and garlic for only five minutes, then removed the fish to another bowl and … Continue reading

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Sicilian Flours and Homemade Pasta

I recently received a shipment from my specialty supplier, Gustiamo, in NY, and it contained two different fine flours from Sicily. One was Maiorca, a soft wheat that I had used once or twice in my sourdough breads. The other … Continue reading

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October Snow and Halibut Supper

It’s rare for us to get snow in October, but last Friday (the 30th) we had almost 5″ of heavy wet snow. It was a nasty enough day that I postponed my food shopping trip to the city until Saturday. … Continue reading

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