Author Archives: Remy

The Everton

One of our favorite breakfast places in Massachusetts was Paul’s Diner. They always had good coffee and the kids used to love the fresh fruit on their pancakes and waffles. For me, I was so hooked to the ‘Everton’ that … Continue reading

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Lamb Tagine with Dates & Nuts

This past summer we visited several cities in Spain and our favorite spot was Granada in Andalusia. The Alhambra was spectacular and the Zambra dancers put up a much better show than the more celebrated Flamenco dancers of Sevilla.

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Cochinita Pibil

One of the most memorable meals during our trip to the Yucatan region in Mexico a couple of years ago was Cochinita Pibil. Its a traditional dish from that region and is a must eat when visiting that part of … Continue reading

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Pappardelle with Sausage in Creamy Tomato sauce

Once you buy fresh pasta you’ll never go back to dry boxed pasta. It really tastes so much better. The first time we brought some home was from a farmer’s market in Massachusetts. Since we moved to Brooklyn, its much … Continue reading

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Walnut & Gorgonzola Ravioli in Creamy White Wine & Garlic Sauce

Ever since we discovered some stores in Brooklyn selling fresh pasta, Wednesday nights in our house have been designated as Pasta nights. Since I made this creamy version, its been the preferred choice on Pasta nights for the kids. It … Continue reading

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Chicken Tomatillo Tortilla Soup

Ever since the food truck scene exploded in New York, when I was visiting before and now living here, it’s my default choice for lunch. Not only do they serve great food cheap, they’re also extremely creative with their menu. … Continue reading

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Herbed Grilled Leg of Lamb

After 2 failed attempts at growing our own organic vegetable garden, we decided to give up on it and have a small herb garden on the deck instead. We bought small starter plants from the nursery and pretty soon had … Continue reading

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Mrs. Holguin’s Paella Valenciana

Let me start by saying that Mrs. Holguin is one of the most wonderful people you can meet. For me she’s a friend, sister and mother all rolled into one.

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Korean Grilled Halibut

Back after almost a 2 month break. Spent 10 days in Spain where we ate a lot of fabulous Spanish food that I’ll blog about soon and then spent a few weeks planning our move to NYC. Looking forward to … Continue reading

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Korean Sirloin Steak Tips

After several trips to the Korean restaurants mushrooming in the Boston area, I decided to buy a book on Korean cooking. It provided the perfect introduction to making Korean food at home including Mandu, Kimchi pancakes & Bibimbap. I stocked … Continue reading

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