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Pont Du Gard Tomato Salad

We had the opportunity to travel on a family vacation to France back in 2009. I had met a lady through IACP who led tours in Provence and Languedoc. We arranged to travel with her for three days while we stayed in the little town of Arles. We stayed in a small bed and breakfast run by a local chef.…

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2016 National Pi(e) Day

March 14th is also now known as National Pi(e) Day. So, I wanted to bring you something just a little bit different. The recipe I'm going to share is a cousin to a pie - a tart. So, what's the difference? Well, the crust is different to start - a pie generally has a flaky crust while a tart is…

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Back to Basics

Sometimes, it's the basic things that can trip you up..... When I was working on the menu for the upcoming classes in Atlanta, I was asked to add Hollandaise Sauce and Poached Eggs to the Roasted Asparagus dish. Since the asparagus dish already has lemon flavor in it, seemed like a reasonable addition for a brunch class. I've always done…

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Christmas Spice Cookies

Seems at Christmas we end up making all kinds of cookies. This is one cookie that I've had at Christmas for as long as I can remember. Growing up, my dad made these every year. We called them "Greek Christmas Cookies," but we've been making them so long, no one remembers WHY. In fact, I asked my dad where this…

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