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Peach and Fig Crostini


A couple of years back, my colleague Ravi gave me a bag of figs from his backyard. That was my introduction to fig. This is an unusual fruit (actually, it is an inverted flower) with a unique taste and texture. I fell in love with figs until one day, I came across this article that describes how fig is pollinated. It Read More

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Asian Pasta Salad


I prepared this pasta salad for our Labor Day BBQ. It turned out really good. This recipe is easy, tasty, and you can do ahead the night before the party. There is everything to like about this recipe. I like it so much that I made it again today, do ahead for next week’s dinner! Ingredients 1 lb angel hair Read More

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Grilled Mahi Mahi Fish Taco


  Ingredients Chipotle Grilled Mahi Mahi Follow marinade ingredients in Chipotle Chicken 8 slices mahi mahi, about four oz each, cut into 1 oz slices White corn mini tortilla skins Cabbage Slaw 4 cups cabbage, finely shredded 1 1/2 cup red cabbage, finely shredded 1 1/2 cup carrots, finely shredded 1 small red onion, finely sliced 3 stalks green onions, Read More

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Blue Hawaiian


I have been practicing this concoction of pineapple, coconut milk, and rum all weekend, and I think I have finally gotten all the proportion right. If you are a pineapple and coconut lover, this will certainly appeal to your tastebuds … Ingredients 4 oz coconut rum 4 oz blue curacao liquor 8 oz pineapple juice 4 oz coconut milk 2 Read More

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Mango Pudding


Fresh mango puree, coconut milk, gelatine, and simple syrup are all we need to whip up a nice, refreshing dessert. Ingredients 1 lb fresh mango chunks 3 gelatine sheets, 2.5g each 240 ml coconut milk fresh diced mango for garnish 4 oz simple syrup Mint leaves for garnish Directions Place mango chunks and 240 ml coconut milk in a blender. Read More

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French Toast with Banana Compote


I couldn’t resist the cinnamon challah at the 300 cafe again; turned it into banana compote French toast the next morning. Delicious! This is an easy brunch recipe. Will definitely make it again when the girls are home on a weekend. Ingredients French Toast One  1-lb loaf of Cinnamon Raisin Challah, cut into one-inch slices 6 eggs 1 cup half Read More

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Avocado Milkshake


The theme for the next gourmet club meet is Avocado. While EK has enjoyed this milkshake countless times, he has never ever made it himself. Time for him to practice this recipe for the next club meet. Here you go: 1 avocado 1 Tbsp sugar 1 cup milk 6 ice cubes 1/2 tsp vanilla Blend everything together until smooth. Makes Read More

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Affogato


  We have many coffee addicts in the family. Affagato appeals to everyone’s palette. The only thing I have to prepare is the chocolate sauce. Otherwise, it is really an assembly process to put the dessert together. Planning to serve this at the upcoming memorial day bbq. Hope our guests like it too. Ingredients Chocolate Sauce 3 oz dark chocolate chips 1 Read More

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Mother’s Day Brunch 2018


Mothers Day is one of those days in the year when I can wake up and wait for brunch to be served. I must say that over the years, the quality of the brunch has improved significantly. The three cooks split up the work and the meal gets put together and quickly and efficiently in an hour. I thoroughly enjoyed Read More

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Lemon Blueberry Fools


The net says blueberry fools is an English dessert, yet Hanna told me her Brittish friend says the there is no such dessert and the Brittish do not eat blueberries! Who is right? I guess it only matters that I like this mix of lemon cream, blueberry compote, and whipped cream. When we were digging in, Hillary decided to break Read More

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