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Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No 2

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Baked Mixed Vegetables a la Marcella (Misto di Verdure al Forno)

As many of you know from my blog, I have been an ardent fan of Marcella Hazan’s cooking for many years.  Tonight, however, my admiration reached new heights, with a relatively simple dish of baked vegetables.  Only Marcella could coax … Continue reading

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Perfect Pairing

It was nearly four years ago when I created a dish with baked eggplant, zucchini, tomato and rice.  Tonight I decided to make it again, and to try two different wines with it.  The dish itself came out beautifully: My … Continue reading

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Crostini

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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Culinary Geography and Today’s Lunch

Question: What do Massachusetts, California, Peru, India, Greece, Spain, Costa Rica, Italy, and Germany all have in common? Answer: They each provided significant contributions to my lunch today, a relatively simple affair of Bruschetta with Vegan Ricotta and Thinly-Sliced Beets … Continue reading

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Museum of Science, and Yu Choi Stir Fry

Now there‘s a catchy title.  Last week my daughter had a beauty salon appointment in the city, which provided a great opportunity for me to take my grandsons to the Museum of Science.  We could spend three productive hours there, … Continue reading

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March Meals

As often happens, I am eating, drinking, and working much more often than I am blogging.  Tonight I play catch-up a bit. March has been a flurry of snowplowing, teaching, and good food and wine.  I won’t be precise on … Continue reading

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