Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Food Bandit or Miss K—–‘s Pate

I might as well be out with it and tell you the truth.  I am a food bandit. When I come to your home you best put locks or bolts on your refrigerator, cabinets and food pantries because when you’re … Continue reading

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Cheryl’s Rule, “If you think it will sell, you can make it.”

There are five reasons I like working for Cheryl at the Weymouth Club, 1) She lets me experiment and be creative with food the two days a week I wok for her. 2) We laugh all day. 3) She thinks … Continue reading

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Becoming Christopher

For Christopher Charles Gormley  1978-2012 The aroma and taste of food is more than the nurturing of the body and the pleasure we feel when eating a fantastic meal. Food for some is spiritual, mysterious and eternal.  The taste of … Continue reading

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Sweet Carrot Love

I think everyone needs to buy a bundle of carrots and do something with them either daily or bi-weekly. This is the year of the carrot. When fresh bought, carrots are crispy, aromatic, and slightly minty, and they are a … Continue reading

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My Life In Food – An Explanation of Why

This blog is about food and food memories and every other fantastic and scrumptious thing to do with it. My stories and recipes are like an endless bountiful road that stretch throughout orchards of fruit trees, gardens of vegetables, fields … Continue reading

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The Cheese Never Stands Alone

Last night while browsing the market for dinner ideas I came a across a woman offering samples of a thrilling cheese. They were thimble size, handmade artisanal cheeses made on a farm in Westport, Massachusetts by the Santos Brothers who … Continue reading

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The Essential Pernil

I love pork so much I will confess that when I read Charlotte’s Web in the 4th grade I didn’t have any remorse or feelings for Wilbur. I wanted him dead, spiked, stuffed and roasted. When Miss Cauley asked me … Continue reading

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