Month: March 2008

Succulent Shrimp


March 30, 2008 Picture Courtesy of Stefan Scimone Succulent Shrimp: a lovely quick luncheon for a rainy Sunday 3 tablespoons butter3 tablespoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil½ red onion, sliced4 large garlic cloves, sliced1 hot pepper ½ glass of whit wine 1 teaspoon of paprika1 handful of cut up fresh cilantro2 lbs. of large shrimp, […]

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Tiramisu (to die for!)


TIRAMISÚ (to die for!) Serves 6 Lovely for a Sunday dessert or an after dinner delish surprise for guests. Tiramisú: literally translates to “pick-me-up” (I should warn you, it’s a zillion and a half calories!) Things needed: 1 yanga (as in big) package of Alessi (14 0z.) or Bellino (17 0z) Savoiardi (Ladyfingers)or Gilda—a French […]

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Polpetone and Baked Ziti


Okay, okay, okay! So if the poetry was too much to bear for you hungry hearts, here’s a recipe for Polpetone (one large meatball or meatloaf Italian style) followed by Baked Ziti.Great to eat after reading poetry! Polpetone 2 lbs lean chopped beef (add more if not using other meat)¼ – ½ lb chopped veal […]

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A snowy day in Utah: perfect for poetry


March 8, 2008 Happy Birthday to Law Professor ML Lantzy of Syracuse University! A snowy Saturday here in Utah! A fine and dandy day to read some delightful poetry. I have three excellent poems lined up. One by an eminent poet and two by friends. The first is a C. K. Williams’ poem, “The Singing.” […]

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