Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Authors Posts by Lynda Rego

Lynda Rego

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With blackberries on sale at the market for buy one, get one free, I had to give peach cobbler another try. This is a different recipe that I tweaked. I cut back the amount of sugar, which seemed exorbitant,...
With winter finally here in earnest, it’s time to hunker down with a cup of tea or coffee and read indoors where it’s warm and cozy. And, most of the time, there’s a cat willing to sit on my...
I've been looking for a good pad Thai recipe for a while and finally took the parts we liked from different recipes and combined them together into a good version. This is pretty versatile. You can make it with all...
I hadn’t looked at the French-Canadian branch on my family tree since 2008. This is an updated version of a column I wrote at that time — some new websites and some no longer with us. A discovery on my...
With winter finally bringing frigid temperatures, I decided to fight back with summery fruit desserts. The supermarket had blueberries (buy one, get one free), so I got two pints and made blueberry pancakes and a blueberry cake. Not bad,...
One of my New Year’s resolutions is to better manage the contents of my refrigerator so I don’t throw any food away. I saw an article about the percentage of food thrown away in this country and it was...
This is a great recipe because it only makes four scones. Perfect for the weekend, with none left over. During the week, I try to have oatmeal or cereal for breakfast with low-fat milk and a little fruit. After eating...
As we finally segue into winter weather (I think), it’s time for comfort foods. This time of year, I like making braised chicken, beef and pork dishes, rich with vegetables and potatoes and savory broth. This slow cooker pork is...
DVDinner “Mr. Holmes” 2015, Rated PG 103 minutes Starring Ian McKellen, Laura Linney and Milo Parker   At 93, a retired Sherlock Holmes is fighting a failing memory as he writes about his last case. A new housekeeper (Laura Linney) and her young son Roger...
This is a gorgeous spread that’s pretty looking and really delicious. Every time I make it, someone requests the recipe. And, because it’s better if it sits a while, it can be made the day ahead. The original called for...
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