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Tag Archives: fruit
I always make chocolate-covered strawberries for my family on Valentine’s Day. My husband loves them, and they make my son feel better if he’s between girlfriends. You can temper chocolate the traditional way, AKA the long way, but try the method … Continue reading
I wait all year for that brief, shining portion of late summer that brings me luscious, flavorful heirloom tomatoes for about $2 a pound. Big, red, Beefsteak types, like the Beefmaster you see in the photo, which weighed in at … Continue reading
When I first came out with my savory oatmeal recipes, friends thought I was crazy. Yeah – crazy like a fox. The only reason people look at you like you have 35 heads when you serve oatmeal with ham and cheese is because … Continue reading
I reviewed Yardie Jerk in Oakland for GraceAnn Walden’s Yummy Report recently, which has me on a fried sweet plantain kick. Sweet, soft and sticky fried sweet plantains taste almost like a dessert, and go very well with spicy grilled chicken or fish. … Continue reading
I like plain sweets and have a fondness for soft caramel, so when I saw this choco-covered Granny Smith caramel apple at Costco last week I almost swooned. There is no way I was not going to buy this thing … Continue reading
Today I busied myself with citrus upkeep. I have three orange trees – one semi-dwarf and one standard planted in my side yard, and one dwarf in a container; two dwarf lime trees in containers; two dwarf lemon trees, one … Continue reading