here are ones I worked out from scratch and enjoyed
every bite of, even if some combinations were not as
good as others along the way. I learned to cook as
a necessity when I was young, and as a result, I have
always felt comfortable in the kitchen. I love the
creative element of cooking, but can fully appreciate
why many women find it a tedious chore after having to
do it every day for many years, particularly those that
raise children (the foregoing notwithstanding, my wife,
fortunately, is an excellent cook). We dilatants
have a different perspective.
recipe, I have recommended a wine or beer type or both.
I have not recommended specific wines by name because
the list would change a lot from year to year and
because there are already a plethora of wine
recommendation lists. However, wine and beer are
much more enjoyable when paired with the right food, so
I have given you my type preferences (varietal or
region) to match the recipe. Experiment.
a topic below will get you to the top of a streaming
page with all the recipes of the category on it.
Clicking on a specific recipe at the top of that page
should take you right to the recipe. Below the recipe title is a download
button that provides the recipe in Portable Document
Format. It is formatted for a 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
booklet sized sheet, because I keep my recipes in a
small loose-leaf binder that takes this size. You
can, of course, reformat your download file anyway you
want or just print it like it is.
Basil Scallop Pasta
Grilling Fish Marinade
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