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Fish Tournedos with Spring Vegetables

Still doing this month’s issue of Saveur, I decided to attempt a fiddly recipe of fish tournedos with spring vegetables.  If you can’t be bothered, I understand, just look at the pictures and imagine the taste I used a hake … Continue reading →

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Cooking in Sens

Cooking in Sens

An eclectic collection of recipes, new and traditional, showcasing the products found in the Burgundy region of France.

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Salmon, Zucchini and Sweet Potatoes

The wild salmon at the grocery store was all gone and all they had left was farm raised. The salmon from Canada had skin on, so I chose that.  The family has been whining for salmon for a couple of weeks … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2014-10-24 00:50:41
Cooking in Sens

Showing a Little Leg

Cornish game hens are not game birds but hybrid chickens.  Although I grew up eating these birds, I didn’t know that until today!  Never too old. So I guess that’s why I immediately liked the French poussin; just another little chicken. … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2014-10-24 00:50:40
Cooking in Sens

My Breakfast Burrito

I’m not going to claim this as the breakfast burrito of all time, no.  It’s just my breakfast burrito, of this morning, of my mood and of the refrigerator.  Flour tortilla, refried beans, scrambled eggs, cheese, bacon, hot salsa and a … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2014-10-24 00:50:39
Cooking in Sens

Long Island Duck Breasts a l?Aquitaine

Bitterly, I recall the many times I blithely suggested that the poor, disadvantaged food bloggers, with no access to lardon, use bacon. What a supercilious jerk I was!  Penitent in Pennsylvania, I hopelessly trawled the meat bins at Wegmans.  I unenthusiastically  considered … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2014-10-24 00:50:39
Cooking in Sens

Oxtails with Gravy

Yesterday at the Super Duper Market, I saw an enormous, tomato juice sized can of “turkey gravy” made by the Campbell’s soup company.  Well!  I called my husband over and pointed out this travesty of cuisine and all he said … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2014-10-24 00:50:38
Cooking in Sens

In Case of Famine

I always worry about not being able to find or not having enough of some cooking ingredient, spice or whatever.  Probably because I spent a lot of time in countries where this always happened.  So that’s why. Olive Salad  

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2014-10-24 00:50:37
Cooking in Sens

Big Yellow Taxi Syndrome

  “Don’t it always seem to go, that you don’t know what you got ’til it’s gone?”  I bought a frozen rabbit a while back, nostalgic for France.  It was so expensive!  And I thought quite small. When I thawed … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2014-10-24 00:50:36
Cooking in Sens

Muffuletta in Honesdale

  This was probably the best loaf of muffuletta bread I’ve made.  I don’t know how it happened.  Perhaps it was my disregard of rising times because I was too busy wandering around town and the Dyberry Cemetery behind the … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2014-10-24 00:50:35
Cooking in Sens

Masala

Wakeful in Wayne County, Pennsylvania, I mentally reviewed some of the great produce I bought at the Scranton Farmers’ Market, thinking of Indian masala. I still had some Tuscan kale and pretty, little red potatoes that remind me of apples when they are sliced. … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2014-10-24 00:50:34
Cooking in Sens

The Regular Farmers? Market

` The regular farmers’ market is in Scranton, a pleasant drive, about 25-30 minutes from Honesdale. It’s big and the vegetables plentiful, varied and pretty.  They have, wait for it, fresh borlotti beans! They call them cranberry beans and they seem … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2014-10-24 00:50:34

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