Salmon & Tuna Loaf, Tarragon Tartar Sauce; it starts
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by Kate
1d ago
When I was a kid my mother often made ‘Tuna Patties / Cakes’ for Friday night dinner. We were part of that ‘no meat on Friday’ group. I always liked those dinners – she usually made Mac & Cheese to ... The post Salmon & Tuna Loaf, Tarragon Tartar Sauce; it starts appeared first on Thyme for Cooking ..read more
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Stir-Fried Ground Beef & Snow Peas
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by Kate
5d ago
Snow peas are a favorite spring vegetable. Strangely, where we live, cherry tomatoes also start to appear in early spring. Could be due to all of the green houses we are surrounded with. Still, I’m always happy to see all ... The post Stir-Fried Ground Beef & Snow Peas appeared first on Thyme for Cooking ..read more
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Spinach & Strawberry Salad
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by Kate
1w ago
The theme for Monday posts in April is Small Salads. We love salads, both big (main course) and small (first course or light lunch). When we first moved to this side of the pond bottled salad dressing was a rare ... The post Spinach & Strawberry Salad appeared first on Thyme for Cooking ..read more
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Puff Pastry Pizza; weeds
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by Kate
1w ago
It’s been very strange shopping the last few weeks. There are empty shelves…. again. (More on that after the recipe.) Usually, in the dairy section where the pastries are, there are several choices for pizza crusts and pie crusts as ... The post Puff Pastry Pizza; weeds appeared first on Thyme for Cooking ..read more
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Shrimp with Green Sauce
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by Kate
1w ago
It’s spring. Everything is turning green, including my herbs and the displays at the markets. Well…. Green garlic isn’t actually green. It looks like a green onion (also not green) but smells like mild, sweet garlic. Like a green onion, ... The post Shrimp with Green Sauce appeared first on Thyme for Cooking ..read more
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Warm Cabbage & Leek Salad
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by Kate
2w ago
The theme for Monday posts in April is Small Salads. We love salads, both big (main course) and small (first course or light lunch). When we first moved to this side of the pond bottled salad dressing was a rare ... The post Warm Cabbage & Leek Salad appeared first on Thyme for Cooking ..read more
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Pasta Primavera Carbonara
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by Kate
2w ago
I just googled it. Pasta Primavera is an American dish invented in the 1970’s. That explains my confusion. Primavera means spring so it should have spring vegetables in it. Since one can buy any vegetable, anytime, anywhere in the U.S. ... The post Pasta Primavera Carbonara appeared first on Thyme for Cooking ..read more
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Turkey Rolls with Pimiento & Feta; spring
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by Kate
3w ago
I remember the tiny jar of pimento / pimiento that my mother kept in the fridge. The jar was roughly the size of a golf ball and it held about 2 tbs of chopped pimento that she used, very sparingly, ... The post Turkey Rolls with Pimiento & Feta; spring appeared first on Thyme for Cooking ..read more
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Braised Pork with Leeks; play time
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by Kate
3w ago
When we lived in the U.S. I would occasionally buy leeks, usually to be used in a French recipe. They weren’t always available and tended to be a bit expensive. Then we bought the house in the Vendée. The former ... The post Braised Pork with Leeks; play time appeared first on Thyme for Cooking ..read more
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Risotto with Duck Confit & White Beans; spring
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by Kate
3w ago
This risotto is my favorite way of using up the last bits of a Cassoulet. But, sometimes, we just want the risotto without all the work. We have a ‘duck’ store near us now. It’s where I buy the duck ... The post Risotto with Duck Confit & White Beans; spring appeared first on Thyme for Cooking ..read more
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