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Summer: Simple and Savory

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21 August 2013 With summer flying by I’d like the opportunity to make this amazing dish a least a couple of times while tomatoes and corn are in prime harvest season. As The NY Times’ Sam Sifton states: “The recipe is no grind. Sauté the bacon. Add garlic. Add white wine, a lot of clams (littlenecks, the smallest of the quahogs, are best), corn on the cob and the pimentón.…

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Creative Crustaceans

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22 July 2013 Could there be anything better than hot July evenings and chilled seafood? How about serving them on these fab trays and plates: “A playful sophisticated collection of quality melamine tabletop created by noted designer

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Simply Said: siggi’s

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14 July 2012 I feel the need to bring to you attention my new favorite yogurt. Of course the plain simple packaging spoke to me first, then the texture and taste and then learning about it made me love it even more. siggi’s is Skyr yogurt “is the traditional yogurt of Iceland. It is made by incubating skim milk with live active cultures. The whey, the water naturally found in…

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Sag Harbor Equals Happiness

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28 June 2012 Sorry for my lack of posts but I’ve been traveling and working. Just back from lovely Sag Harbor, NY. My BFF friend Liz accompanied me on this biz trip, but not all biz we did have lots of fun. When in Sag Harbor, one must dine at The Beacon, located at the Sag Harbor Cove Yacht Club. Great views, food, wine and people. So, start with the…

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Simplicity Sourced

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2 May 2013 Photo by NY Times Happy May Dear Readers. Is there anything better to welcome the warmer months than firing up the grill? But on chilly rainy evenings– and there will be those in May– is there anything better than a simple dinner comprised of farm fresh local eggs and spring greens. Throw in some cheese, lemon and warm toasted crostini and perfection is obtained. The timely NY…

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