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2008 Christmas Eve Dinner

My 2008 Christmas Eve Dinner may very well be my last Christmas dinner for a while. I loved the menu and I loved cooking it and serving it and eating it, but it was a two day affair (three, if you count shopping), and it was exhausting. I also spent more time in the kitchen […]

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Ethnic Menus Up

In the last few weeks I’ve been cooking ethnic food on a semi-daily basis. I would like to get through the C’s by early next year, which means I need to hurry. The latest menus are: Cantabrian (a region of Spain) Chihuahuan (a region of Mexico) Cowboy

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Cantonese Menu Up

It’s available at http://www.marga.org/food/int/canton/

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Balti & Caucasian Recipes Up

My house is a mess. Always. Every day. No matter how much I clean, it’s always a mess. I say this as way of explanation of why I haven’t, and don’t see myself hosting dinner parties in the near future. I just can’t manage to both clean the house and have people over all in […]

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Canarian Menu up

Last night I made Canarian food for my little family. We had oven-baked potatoes, a very nice braised chicken with onions and an almost healthy banana pudding. The recipes are up at: http://www.marga.org/food/int/canary/

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Burkinabe Menu Up

My 2-dish Burkinabe menu is now available at: http://www.marga.org/food/int/burkina/

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I’ve posted three new menus in my website. The Calabrian one includes food I’d cooked a couple of months ago, while I only made the Cameroonian one last Sunday (as I made the boeuf bourguignon). Burgundy Calabria Cameroon

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Yesterday was Mika’s 6th birthday parties. She had 5 friends over, as well as her 3 yo sister. I don’t want to tell you the mess they made! But hey, that’s for Mike (mostly) to clean up! They did have the time of their lives, though. The party included dinner, and Mika wanted the main […]

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Yesterday, my friends Lotty, Vienna, Frank and Regina came over for tea. We get together every month for tea, sometimes at someone’s house, and sometimes at a tea house. It’s a way to keep in touch while enjoying a tradition we all grew up with in our different countries. This time I prepared a simpler […]

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Available at: http://www.marga.org/food/int/bahrain/ http://www.marga.org/food/int/brunei/ http://www.marga.org/food/int/acadia/

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