Monthly Archives: February 2018

Easy Paella

Paella is a dish that originated in Spain. We Americans think of it as a National dish, but Spaniards think of it as a regional recipe, originating in the area Valencia. It’s name comes from the old French word, paelle, … Continue reading

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What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #137

Number 137? That’s more than 2 1/2 years of parties! I want to thank every one of you that comes each week and shares your amazing recipes. It’s because of  you that we can answer the question…  But this is … Continue reading

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National Chili Day

It’s National Chili Day! And today is a perfect day here in the upper Willamette Valley to celebrate this spicy dish. It’s cold and snowy and this warming dish fits the weather. But where did chili come from? Chili history … Continue reading

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Wonton Soup

In honor of the Chinese New Year, here is a deliciously satisfying soup for a cold winter evening. It sounds more complicated than it is – and it’s so tasty!

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What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #136

Last week we celebrated Mardi Gras, Valentine’s day AND the beginning of the Chinese New Year – and the latter goes for another couple of weeks! That means lots of Chinese inspired dishes and, the answer to that question…  But … Continue reading

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