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[25 Dec 2007 | 5 Comments | ]

Greetings, I hope your holidays are going as well as ours. Foodwise the gloves are off today, which is just as well considering we hit our daily allotment of calories and fat at breakfast (especially satisfying because we’ve made everything ourselves).
So we’re off to watch our annual marathon of holiday classic films.
Until next time, here’s a little Christmas humor.
1) You believe in Santa Claus.
2) You don’t believe in Santa Claus.
3) You are Santa Claus.
4) You look like Santa Claus.

peace . . .

Cooking, Recipes, Tips »

[23 Dec 2007 | 2 Comments | ]

Two Christmas ‘standards’ we’ve tried.
Chestnuts Roasted On An Open Fire Oven
I have to admit I approached the chestnuts project with great anticipation. I love the concept of the ‘old fashioned not quite so glitzy’ Christmas and roasted chestnuts sounded like something right out of Dickens. As it turned out tho this was a huge waste of time. I roasted them in a oven and I thought they were quite tasty. However we served them at a party of about 30 people and almost no one was interested in trying …

Breads, Cooking, Recipes, Road Food »

[9 Dec 2007 | 20 Comments | ]

I was curious if being familiar with the keys you might know about a place we got stuffed cuban bread from when I was very young…maybe about 1974-1976? It was filled with some kind of a ground beef mixture that was out of this world, the place was very small and had maybe two booths. I wish I had the name of it. I have looked for recipes, tried to recreate it myself in vain, any pointers?
Hi Francie,
I’ve not spent a lot of time in the Keys (Cedar Key is …