Month: November 2008

Donna Doon’s corn pudding


Corn pudding…the show stealer! The reason we had any leftover this year was because my son was in KY. 3 cans of 17 0z. creamed corn1 can of regular corn–smushed in the processor5 eggs–beaten1 large can of evaporated milk2 heaping (as in “abondante”) abundant tablespoons of sugar1 tablespoon of corn starch dissolved in a shot […]

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Tuna steaks in lemon and white wine


Happy Thanksgiving! May everyone feel lighthearted and blessed–because despite all of our troubles, we have much to be thankful for. No turkey recipe but I have a few others…My friend Lauren wrote after she read the cod cakes recipe and asked for a tuna recipe… So here is: Tuna with lemon and wine. Use steak-cuts […]

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Cod Cakes Antipasto


Cod Cakes Antipasto ½ lb cooked cod, cooled and shredded1 cup of sifted flour2 eggs1 ½ to 2 teaspoons of baking powder1 pressed garlic clove (garlic powder, if desired)1/4 onion minced1 to 2 tablespoons of parsley or cilantro mincedSalt and black pepper to taste1 tablespoon of white wine Mix together all the ingredients. Let it […]

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Stuffed Yellow Squash


November 4th Election Day A quick announcement:Screw Iowa is giving a presentation/ panel discussion at the Writer’s Room in NYC on Thursday, November 6th Stuffed Yellow Squash A good cook will always use what’s on hand, or what the season gives us…Yellow squash is on tonight’s menu. Wash and bake the squash for about 10 […]

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In Memory of Carolyn Winer


Our friend Carolyn Winer passed away. She was a vibrant and beautiful lady, and she did not let anyone know she was dying of a rare lung illness. She lived her last year to the very end, enjoying the gift and beauty that is this life. She now rests with her wonderful husband Jack, a […]

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La rustichenella


Nov 2, 2008 The party last night at my brother’s was wonderful…a million Gators cheering on UF, who slaughtered GA., while eating like as though the sun would not rise on the morrow. My nephew Stefan cooked a whole pig in the back yard! And also 10 lbs of chicken, 5 lbs of eggplant and […]

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