05/01/07 11:39 - ID#39121
Food Pictures I
I actually take lots of pics of foods that I eat, make, etc.
I just never get around to the resizing ritual and posting part...
someday I too will have a "cell phone pic dump" post!
these will do. Raw Clams @ Clyde's of Chinatown. Lunch while attending an Acquisition Conference for the MAN! (outta my own pocket of course....)
01/09/07 07:37 - ID#37617
To kick the year off properly, I have not made resolutions to which I know I will never keep, goals I won't attempt and so on.
But I have resolved to eat at home for the first week or so. Or as often as possible. So, here was a meal prepared recently in keeping my word to myself...
10/22/06 03:25 - ID#34680
Please Taste Italy For Me...
Being that this is not a feasible option (at least not this weekend) I will have to insert substitutions instead. So I found this recipe in the progress of my searching for flights and hotels in Italy.
Lush Pears & Vino = Yum!
Pere da Lucca
As Italians love to eat only seasonal fresh produce, it is always wonderful to see how creatively they utilize what comes from the trees and ground of their garden. We know that Autumn produces abundantly for our primi and secondi piatti, but what shall we have for desert, dear? Aahh...may we suggest La Pere da Lucca?
This is an Autumn dish which may easily put people in their grave happily. Yes, "a dish to die for." Pears cooked in red table wine, served cool with fresh whipped cream.
Bottle of cheap red wine
Sugar and cinnamon
Peel your pears (and make sure you pick ripe ones), as many as you want. Throw them in a pot, cover with red wine and cook until they are soft, Throw into the pot some sugar, cloves and cinnamon - as much as you want. Turn the pears so that all sides get equal treatment. By the time the pears are finally soft you will have boiled the wine mixture down to a wonderful thickened sauce for later use. Let this whole thing cool before eating. Serve with fresh whipped cream on the side (don't you even think about that Cool Whip or that canned crap!). Spoon a little of the sauce over the pears when serving.
Now you are ready to die.
I thought of (e:Paul) (e:Matt) & (e:Terry) & their grand harvest of Pears courtesy of the pretty trees in the rear garden.
07/25/05 05:51 - ID#34584
I really believe it was the delicious clams that ate at Old Man River yesterday afternoon. Steamed clams, butter and tabasco sauce! Yum. But now my face looks like crapola & my eyes itch and burn too! I love seafood - I can't imagine growing older and becoming allergic to something I love so dearly ;(
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