Tag Archives: garlic

Honey, Ginger & Garlic Roasted Chicken


This past weekend I got my act together and managed to roast a chicken early in the morning, photograph it, refrigerate it and then serve steak for dinner.  My mission was to be able to share this recipe with you … Continue reading

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Miss “T’s Italian Parsley Pesto


Miss “T” is home from college and bored as she can be.  She has looked and looked for a job but to her dismay no one has hired her.  Personally I think the jobs were filled by time she was … Continue reading

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Going Green


This month we are “going green”.  I’ve decided for the month of March to bring you recipes that are green.  This could be anything from peas to pesto, beans to broccoli, tea to thyme.  When I was trying to settle … Continue reading

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Pure Of Heart Soup


“Only the pure of heart can make good soup”, Beethoven.  Interesting quote, don’t you think?  But then again, Beethoven was an interesting character and quite talented at that! I’m really pleased with todays soup.  Roasted Tomato Bisque.  Pure deliciousness.  It’s … Continue reading

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The Sun Sets On Grilled Rosemary Salmon


Around the Orange Bee we just can’t seem to escape from our leisurely evenings. Leisurely evenings and food blogging are not simultaneous.  I know from reading other food blogs that preparing the meal, photographing it and serving it before it … Continue reading

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Savory Summer Salmon & Salad


Ahhh… summer.  The dictionary defines summer as: The warmest season of the year, in the northern hemisphere from June to August and in the southern hemisphere from December to February.  Today, the last day of June and summer is clearly … Continue reading

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Tornado Time In Texas


Night before last a rapid and dangerous storm blew through Texas in the middle of the night.  I am eternally grateful that there was no damage to my home or yard.  It was verified that a tornado did blow through … Continue reading

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Spontaneous Cuisine


I quote Pearl Bailey…”The fact is that it takes more than ingredients and technique to cook a good meal.  A good cook puts something of himself into the preparation – he cooks with enjoyment, anticipation, spontaneity, and he is willing … Continue reading

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Going Hog Wild


If you have been following my blog you may recall reading the post about grilled salmon mojo de ajo.  It was titled “Garlic Is Good For You”.   Did you know that garlic contains manganese, Vitamin B1, B6 and Vitamin … Continue reading

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Garlic Is Good For You


Garlic has been used as both food and medicine in many cultures for thousands of years, dating back to when Egyptian pyramids were built.   Garlic is mentioned in the Bible and the Talmud.  Garlic was consumed by ancient Greek … Continue reading

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