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Cauliflower Pizza

As a kid, I grew up eating bland, steamed cauliflower with just enough salt to make it barely palatable. And I consumed it solely because my brother and I weren’t excused from dinner until we had finished everything on our plates. Unable to hide the large florets in my dinner napkin or feed them to our Miniature Poodle, Colette, under the table, I had limited choices. Memories of said vegetable were enough to make me steer clear of it well into my adult life. However, sometime in my mid-thirties, I decided to give cauliflower a second chance. I found that when combined with proper ingredients, seasonings, and garnishes, cauliflower could prove to be quite tasty. In recent years, I’ve had the vegetable in a variety of carnations ­­– roasted cauliflower, cauliflower soufflé, … Read more

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Chocolate Olive Oil Cake

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Cheddar Crackers

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Caviar Pie

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No Name Pasta Salad

UPDATE!!!! The winner of the vote for "No Name Pasta Salad" is: LAURA'S TUSCAN PASTA.   I have a new pasta salad recipe to share with you. … [Read More...]