Guthrie Family Culinary Delights

Category: Kitchen Delight

Welcome Foodies!

Written by:Bill
Published on December 3rd, 2009 @ 04:42:24 pm , using 77 words, 47864 views
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We are lucky to live in California! Year round, we have an incredible bounty of fresh, nutritious raw ingredients to eat right off the vine or to craft into sumptuous dishes to serve at the table. This blog is an outlet for us to share with you readers the enchanting experience we have day to day in our kitchen and garden. Not to mention a draw from the collection of our home-made Dragon Crest wine. Bon Appetit!

3-somes

Written by:Bill
Published on October 28th, 2014 @ 11:35:00 pm , using 82 words, 23604 views
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My sister Martha is a Culinary Institute of America trained professional chef. Try living in that shadow and posting a food blog... She has instructed me of three key 3-somes. For all our benefit, here they are:   HOLY TRINITY --- Cajun cooking - C… more »

Spanish Tortilla

Written by:Bill
Published on January 25th, 2014 @ 12:42:00 pm , using 670 words, 82441 views
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Since enjoying this traditional Spanish tapas favorite on my honeymoon 25 years ago, I've been making it at home a few times a year. The rich flavor of the finished product disguises the simple list of ingredients it contains. It's all in the way you co… more »

Braised Broccoli with Orange and Sliced Manchego Cheese

Written by:Bill
Published on December 5th, 2012 @ 01:19:00 am , using 97 words, 90885 views
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Spur of the moment credit to Andrew Weil, MD for his inspring recipe. Try this god-awful link to see where I got my idea: http://www.101cookbooks.com/archives/braised-broccoli-with-orange-and-parmesan-recipe.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=fe… more »

Summer Mango Salsa

Written by:Bill
Published on September 16th, 2012 @ 12:08:00 am , using 163 words, 90277 views
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To be honest, I didn't grow the mangos. They came in a big box at the local Chinese market from Mexico. No way as good as the mangos I had in Pakistan seven years ago. Still, they're a great addition to summer salsa where many of the ingredients do come… more »

Salmon Poached in Coconut Milk

Written by:Bill
Published on August 10th, 2012 @ 02:50:00 pm , using 217 words, 91202 views
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When I saw the fresh, glistening king salmon fillets from Bodega Bay in the Oliver's Market fish counter, I just had to buy a couple of pounds even though I was there just to buy appetizers. The $9/lb special price sealed the deal. With family out of to… more »

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