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Potato Pancake Brunch

This is a very easy recipe for a potato pancake, which can serve as a base for your choice of topping. It makes for a lovely brunch dish. I topped mine with eggs over easy and some blue cheese for … Continue reading

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Coconut Curry Noodles with Fish

I love using coconut milk in dishes, even in coffee. It has a mild sweetness that plays very well with starches and proteins. My previous coconut curry noodle recipe uses udon. This latest one uses brown rice noodles, so it’s … Continue reading

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Spinach Tortellini With Prosciutto

Hi, folks. It’s been a while since I posted. Been busy with traveling. We moved out of Vancouver at the close of our tour, then spent time on the Oregon coast, Portland, and Florida. I’m now back in Washington, D.C. … Continue reading

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Baked Oysters

When we came back from our last trip to Qualicum Bay on Vancouver Island, we brought a bunch of oysters home that we plucked from the beach ourselves. Ah, the memories. These babies were huge, and every time I think … Continue reading

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Scallop Coral

When we moved to Vancouver, we had visions of going diving and bringing up bags of scallops. Alas, we have yet to see a scallop in the waters of British Columbia. But there’s always the supermarket. And T&T, a major … Continue reading

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Pork Rib Bao

One of the reasons I like eating out every now and then is for inspiration. If a dish strikes me, I like to try making it at home. As I mentioned in my Dine Out Vancouver Part II post,  I … Continue reading

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Beach Oysters

I don’t know if Marcel Proust was a cook, but he certainly understood the link between food and memory; how a bite of something can take you back in time. I felt this link keenly on my most recent visit … Continue reading

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