Tag Archives: Food

Feast or Famine Part 2

Dieting isn’t about not eating. It’s about eating the right foods. Mostly, what I’ve learned through the years is that less is more, but more often is better. Once your body knows it won’t go hungry, it has no need … Continue reading

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Stove Top Grilling

The pressure cooker is a mainstay on Fawkes. I’ve talked about the benefits and ease of cooking soups such as: Warm the Crew with Chili Cultures and Traditions in Food and Curried Pumpkin Squash Soup A lot of boats have … Continue reading

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Linguine with Red Clam Sauce

Last week we talked about Provisioning: Seafood. I promised my favorite clam recipe and why Fawkes stores are never out of at least three cans. Of course, it’s always best if you can get fresh, but in a pinch, if … Continue reading

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Creative Bean Salad

You’re making a home cooked meal, maybe grilling as the weather turns warm and the household is itching to get outside. What do you serve that’s easy, simple and delicious and out of the ordinary? I like to open the … Continue reading

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Provisioning: Cheese

By now you’ve had time to tweak your inventory of eggs, dairy and fats. If you missed this post, check it out here. How did you do? Did you discover something unexpected? Are you over-buying in one area and always … Continue reading

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Bridge Club Dip

Food is such an important part of social functions, I asked Patricia if she’d share one of her real life Bridge Club favorites with us. This dip is not only good, it will disappear in a heartbeat. Maybe if we … Continue reading

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Nutritious and Simple, What Could be Better

Here’s a quick and easy meal that will sure to add nutrition and flavor to your family’s dinner. Think of it as pizza without the crust. The whole thing starts with none other than eggplant. Now I know what you’re … Continue reading

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