Monthly Archives: March 2010

Your basic tripe stew

We love tripe.  My Mom is from Germany, and her family ate everything edible on an animal, and passed that principle down to me.  I often have tripe at dimsum, and it’s a real treat.  It’s usually served two ways.  Honeycomb … Continue reading

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Review of the BoilerHouse in Richmond, CA

I wrote a review of the BoilerHouse in Richmond for GraceAnn Walden’s Yummy Report – check it out here. This restaurant is located in an old Ford assembly plant near the harbor in Richmond.  Very interesting place.

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Crispy fried red drum

Red drum, also known as redfish and spottail bass, was on sale at 99 Ranch Market in Richmond today, so I ordered one in the #6 style, which means cleaned and then fried crispy.  They do all of that extra stuff … Continue reading

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Fried chicken livers – too good to believe

I bought some chicken livers to make chopped liver for my husband – which I do annually, but I thought I’d switch it up and make some fried chicken livers instead.  I had them at a soul food place awhile … Continue reading

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Ham & cheese pancakes for dinner

When Steve and I were in Amsterdam, we had savory pancakes at a place near the Anne Frank House on the Prinsengracht.  Since that time, I’ve made my own version at home.  I even served them in cooking school as … Continue reading

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