Monthly Archives: October 2008

Cinnamon-Orange Salmon

Salmon is a great fish for grilling, and as long as you can get it off the grill in one piece, it looks terrific on the plate. The technique below is borrowed from a recipe for soy/maple glazed salmon from … Continue reading

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Butternut Squash Soup

Soups made from winter squashes can be warming and healthful and flavorful, but often they are a little too sweet for my palate, and while some can tend to hide the taste of the squash, I believe this one highlights … Continue reading

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Quiche au Naturel

Quiche is one of my favorite extravagant dishes, but wouldn’t it be nice if it was just a little less extravagant? One way is to serve it without its traditional, butter-rich attire. Believe it or not, with the pie dish … Continue reading

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Butter Bean Pesto

It’s getting colder here, and it will soon be time to bring in all the basil and make a lot of pesto. However, I found I still had a recipe’s worth of pesto in the freezer from last October (!), … Continue reading

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Fish Soup

Here’s a quick way to make a tasty little soup with whatever fish you happen to have fresh from the fish market. It’s great with snapper, but almost any fish will do. For the stock, however, I do recommend lobster … Continue reading

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Corn Macque Choux

One more corn recipe for the tail end of the corn season here. Macque choux is a dish you rarely find outside of Lousiana unless, of course, you make it yourself. It’s sort of like a cajun succotash. And while … Continue reading

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