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Archive for May 2013

Zucchini Moons

I have found zucchini is a vegetable people either love or dislike.  You see it on their face immediately after they take one bite. One  reason is dark green zucchinis can have a rather bitter taste. To help with it’s bitterness, I’ve found roasting or sauteing with fresh garlic, olive oil and sea salt that…

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Slow Roasted Lamb

Slow Roasted Lamb is a great meal anytime of the year! However when Spring rolls around, we love making lamb for Easter and Passover. It’s one of those easy to prepare dishes that after a few hours left alone roasting, out pops an amazingly flavorful juicy tender meal. Serve this lamb with a few spring…

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Sushi Grade Fish

I have never tried preparing raw fish before, and I couldn’t tell you why, until now… I think the fact that I was supposed to eat fish raw intimidated me. Needless to say, I am over that. Dry Dock Fish Co. located at the farmers market in Manhattan Beach, CA has converted me! It all…

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Acai Smoothie

This morning after my Level 10 workout, I made myself an Acai smoothie. It was surprisingly delicious! I ran out of blueberries and had this smoothie packet in the freezer. It was very convenient and when I added the avocado it was smooth and flavorful. I was very satisfied and happy!   Recipe for Acai…

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Dry Dock Fish Company’s Branzino Recipe

Here’s another version that comes from our Fish Monger, Dry Dock, at our local Farmers’ Market. Dry Dock’s Roasted  Branzino with Caper Butter 1 stick unsalted butter, softened or 1/2 C olive oil to make it CLEAN 1 tablespoon finely chopped capers 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 1 tablespoon chopped parsley Salt to taste Four…

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