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Archives for January 2010

The Vegan Scoop

by TT January 31st, 2010| Food News
Attending the Boston Wine Expo isn't just about the wine.  Sure, there are hundreds of wineries that attend, but there are also quite a few food vendors there as well.  So, in addition to getting to sample many different wines, you also get to sample some interesting foods.  On

Summer in a Wrap

by TT January 27th, 2010| Recipes, Sandwiches
It's cold.

Does that summarize winter in New England well enough?  I could write a lengthy paragraph about all of the annoying parts of winter here, but there's really no need to exert that much effort.  I think my simple sentence conveys my thoughts well enough.

Most nights I try to erase

Review: Legal Seafood Test Kitchen, Boston, MA

by TK January 26th, 2010| Restaurant Reviews
When my wife and I go out for dinner, we want to try new things and explore the world of food and drink.  So, when something promotes itself as a "test kitchen", we expect risk taking by the chefs/owners.  Sadly, we experienced the wrong type of adventure when we went

Mini Chile Relleno Casseroles

by TT January 21st, 2010| Main Dishes, Recipes
Editor’s note:  Food brings people together!  And this week, Think Tasty and Glamour Cow are trading recipes.

This recipe is courtesy of Marisa, who is one of Glamour Cow's food writers, as well as being a home cook, specializing in raw & vegan recipes.  To find more of Marisa's scrumptious

Blueberry Sorbet

by TT January 20th, 2010| Desserts, Recipes
Editor’s note: Food brings people together!  And this week, Think Tasty and Glamour Cow are trading recipes.

This recipe is courtesy of Marisa, who is one of Glamour Cow's food writers, as well as being a home cook, specializing in raw & vegan recipes.  To find more of Marisa's scrumptious meals

Hmmm. . .

by TT January 19th, 2010| Food News

What do you get when you combine:



and:



??????


a.  Think Cow


b. Glamour Tasty


c. A week of excellent recipes shared between these two sites


Visit Think Tasty and Glamour Cow all week

Boston Wine Expo '10

by TT January 15th, 2010| Food News
What are you doing the weekend of January 23rd and 24th?  If you are lucky, you will be sampling some of the 1,800 wines available at the Boston Wine Expo at the Seaport World Trade Center.

This is the 19th annual occurrence of the Wine Expo and looks to be as

Balsamic Roasted Veggies

by TT January 13th, 2010| Appetizers, Healthy Cooking, Recipes, Side Dishes, Tapas Monday
For the second Tapas Night of 2010 I decided to give it a Greek theme.  My original plan was to serve lamb sausage.  However, when I checked the freezer I discovered that we had lamb sausage, but it was bulk sausage.  A scoop of sausage just isn't as appealing as

Cheddar-Chenin Blanc Fondue

by TT January 11th, 2010| Appetizers, Recipes
Ski season has arrived in New Hampshire and with that comes weekly ski lessons.  Our older son participates in these lessons, and so to extend his time skiing, we offered to drive him and three friends every Friday.  Of course, driving four teens to skiing means that a parent needs

Fabulous French Onion Soup

by TT January 7th, 2010| Recipes, Soups & Stews
For our family Christmas celebration on Saturday, my husband made a beef roast.  Even though we had a dozen people for dinner, there was plenty of leftover beef.  So, what better to do in the winter than make soup?

For the kids I made a simple veggie-beef-noodle soup.  For us

TK’s Sweet Potato Hash

by TK January 5th, 2010| Breakfast Dishes, Recipes
With a busy week and a half of Christmas Treats for me to post and a quieter work schedule for my husband, he found some time to do a little cooking.  Here is what he created:

Hash is one of those foods that takes on a different meaning for every

Day 10- Overnight Eggnog Bread Pudding

by TT January 3rd, 2010| Desserts, Recipes
If you're a regular reader, you will note that the Day 10 post is a day late.  However, with a full day of Christmas celebrations yesterday, there wasn't much time for editing photos and writing. Saturday was filled with Christmas excitement: opening presents, eating lots of delicious foods, and enjoying
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