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Wednesday, January 30, 2013
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Sunday, January 20, 2013
A New Birth of Freedom, a phrase from the Gettysburg Address, was the theme to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth year of Abraham Lincoln.
Maltese living in Canada, Australia, Britain and beyond love Ma's recipes, which remind them of what their Moms had cooked.
Within a few months Ma was being googled for her recipes.
During her life Ma had only used the computer for playing solitaire.
Friday, January 18, 2013
He also said: I like to cook for my friends and associates at work. On a cold day down at the shop, I'll cook up a nice beans and 'shcarole soup and warm our collective cockles, so to speak.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
She described Neapolitan food as being straightforward.
Monday, January 14, 2013
Would I make Amaretti again?
Sure, what's not to like?
The recipe is easy and fairly low calorie.
And it uses up that dumb almond paste.
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Bought more peppers than you used for the marinating peppers recipe?
If you'd like to be a bit neater, you can dice the pepper strips.
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Paulie does get a bit sentimental about this meal.
...never have there been better times in my life than, in her later years, just the two of us, Nucci and Paulie, sitting down to an evening meal of pork chops with peppers and garlic and laughing about the day's events.
- For a mild garlic taste, use it whole. Hit the clove with the flat side of the blade and put it in the oil. You can remove the garlic before serving.
- For a medium garlic taste, slice the clove razor thin. Remember the prison scene in Goodfellas?
- For a strong garlic taste, finely chop so it will disperse through the food.
- Never use garlic presses or dried garlic powder.