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Isn’t The Angry Blueberry the perfect name for a catering company? Jessica Jager shared a family recipe for some yummy, yet healthy muffins. Brian, Jessica’s husband, grew up loving his grandmother’s bran muffins, which were served at The Granny Smith Restaurant (without the fruit) many decades ago. Thank you for sharing! Try tripling the recipe – […]

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Every year, the “Blue Baker” and I decorate cupcakes for Halloween. It’s been a tradition watching my granddaughter become more accomplished in her pastry decorative skills. I have a drawer full of pastry tubes, tips, sprinkles and tubes of food coloring in my kitchen that I can no longer close, because we’ve crammed so much […]

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Giada’s Prosciutto Wrapped Scallops recipe is perfect for a healthy, easy to prepare dinner for family or friends.  I like to add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice to top off this recipe. SERVES: 4 INGREDIENTS ¼ cup chopped sun-dried tomatoes 2 tablespoons chopped fresh basil leaves 2 tablespoons chopped pitted black olives (about 10 […]

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Peter Canlis Prawns adds vermouth and freshly squeezed lime juice to create a delicious twist for this mouth watering appetizer. It is featured at Canlis restaurant in Seattle and is another favorite of mine, along with the  Canlis salad. SERVES: 3 – 4 INGREDIENTS 5-15 Black Tiger Prawns, 16/20’s, shells removed and reserved 2 tablespoons […]

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Roasted Halibut with Fennel Tomato Sauce. This  is a light, easy to prepare entree and especially delicious when Alaska halibut is in season. As Dana Slatkin,  from Shutters On The Beach,  shared, “This dish satisfies a protein craving without leaving you lethargic, even on the steamiest night. Don’t be deterred by the long list of […]

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Old Fashioned Potato Salad. That’s right, this recipe is complete with mayonnaise, which I almost never use any more – even with potato salad! Summer always brings back memories of my mother’s potato salad. I must admit, this salad just gets better as it sits in the refrigerator, so don’t worry if you have  leftovers. […]

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Want an easy appetizer for summer?  Bobby Flay’s Grilled Potato and Goat Cheese Napoleon with Balsamic-Basil Vinaigrette is perfect. I love taking advantage of fresh basil and chives, especially when I can go outside and pick the herbs  from my garden. Most of this dish can be assembled in advance and grilled just before serving. […]

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Nothing conjures up summertime more than s’mores. Try bringing Donna Hay’s version of this American classic to your next  beach bonfire, even though these are scrumptious anytime of year.  Kid’s love to finish these treats off with roasted marshmallows. SERVINGS:    20 INGREDIENTS 1 stick butter 1 ¼ cup brown sugar1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 […]

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Lemon ricotta pancakes are perfect for brunch. Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica elevates this traditional dish. The pancakes are amazingly light and have just a hint of fresh lemon. The secret, according to Shutters, is to fold fluffy egg whites into the batter and go easy on the sugar. Fresh berries are a great […]

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This Chicken with Lemon and Garlic recipe, with fresh lemon zest, lemon juice, sliced garlic, a bit of thyme and oregano, make this a healthy, easy to prepare dish. Inspired by the Barefoot Contessa, this is an adaption of one of my favorite Ina recipes. Just assemble the few ingredients and finish in the oven. […]

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