Monthly Archives: November 2010

What I’m Reading Today

Welcome to the procrastinators edition of ‘What I’m Reading Today”.  That’s right, if you don’t know by now what you plan to put on your Thanksgiving table tomorrow, you’ve officially procrastinated.  However, having read through today’s food sections I think … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

It’s countdown time…9 days from now you’ll be cooking and/or eating what many of us consider the best meal of the year.  Make it even better by trying a few new things this time.  I know-changing up the Thanksgiving menu … Continue reading

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Flourless Carrot Cake

 (photo by A.D. Liano) If you read my post earlier this week, you saw this recipe for Flourless Carrot Cake from The New York Times.  The recipe has been calling my name for a few days.  With little over 1/2 … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

This week’s installment is a bit late but none the less delicious. Enjoy!  (Anne Cusack/The Los Angeles Times) I’ve always had a soft spot for Greek food.  My grandmother (Noni), with Greek and Turkish heritage, constantly kept a gigantic block … Continue reading

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Cookie Swap

(Laura Morton/San Francisco Chronicle) If you haven’t read through your copy of this Sunday’s San Francisco Chronicle, go check it out-the Magazine sections, specifically.  You’ll see the cover article on Cookie Swaps and that is yours truly featured inside.  The … Continue reading

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