Farmers Market Baked Ziti with Heirloom Tomato Sauce

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Just one more heirloom tomato recipe before we dip into soups and pumpkin. As soon as September 1st hit, the web was saturated with all things pumpkin. Which I love because that just means it’s closer to my birthday (Halloween if you’re wondering) and don’t ask me how old I’m turning. I stopped counting last […]

Julia Child’s Mussels Mariniere

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Happy 102 birthday Julia Child! Ever since I opened the first pages of Mastering the Art of French Cooking, I don’t think I have been the same. I conquered the fragile “Cheese Souffle” and have been hooked ever since. There is an entire page dedicated to stiffening egg whites, that is how I learned how […]

Heirloom Tomato Fattoush Salad

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Joe and I just got back from a very mini/last minute vacay in Palm Springs. It was glorious. All we did was nap, swim, eat, walk Hula and reverse. At 100+ degrees, we were either in the pool or melting into the couch. We cleaned out our fridge at home and cooked everything in the […]

White Gazpacho for Summer Chillin’ #SundaySupper

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I have been dreaming about making ‘every color in the rainbow’ gazpacho. Such a gorgeous, refreshing and versatile soup, I am determined to get through as many “colors” and flavors of gazpacho this summer. I made a green one a few days ago with an idea of adding tomatillos as my “green” but it came […]