Food & Dining
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Fall is here and that means more baking. Even though I bake in the summer (you have to make strawberry shortcake and peach crisp at least once!), the cooler weather makes it so much more enjoyable. … more
By Lynda Regolrego@eastbaynewspapers.comA shakshuka is a beautiful thing — and perfect for this cool fall weather. A bright red tomatoey sauce with sunny eggs and bright green herbs is just … more
I’ve been experimenting for about a year using white whole wheat flour in baking (and pancakes).I’m all for more fiber in my diet (most Americans could use more), but whole wheat flour … more
These days, I feel as if I’m living on borrowed time. I pulled carrots and onions and am using the Swiss chard as quickly as I can. When the forecast for a recent Thursday night was 48 degrees, … more
This is an easy recipe we love from one of my favorite cookbooks. It’s in the appetizer section and they recommend serving it on rounds of French bread; but, I like to serve the shrimp as a … more
By Lynda Regolrego@eastbaynewspapers.comI went to the Mount Hope Farmers’ Market and got some beautiful tautog (blackfish). It reminds me of visiting my aunt and uncle on Cape Cod when I was … more
By Lynda Regolrego@eastbaynewspapers.comBread salad or panzanella is an ideal summer meal. When I first found recipes for bread salads that called for soaking the bread and then squeezing out the … more
You all know how I hate to waste food. When I buy a container of ricotta cheese (2 cups) and only use 1 cup for pancakes, there’s a cup left.I had a recipe for blueberry ricotta muffins, but I … more
This time of year, we love fresh vegetables and fruits prepared any which way — steamed, sautéed, roasted, grilled or ... pickled?Yes, pickling vegetables and preserving fruits are a … more
Looking for a fun, fabulous night out with your girlfriends? We’ve got you covered. Join East Bay Events on the breathtaking grounds of Blithewold Mansion, Gardens and Arboretum in Bristol, … more
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