Cooking in a New Kitchen!

Sep 08

Cooking in a New Kitchen!

My sister is safely back in Tenerife, and I am ready to start Cooking!  To begin, I will be cooking for my Flemington area clients Wednesday and Thursday and delivering in the late afternoon.(Keep in mind $30.00 minimum or 2 servings. For pricing go to:   http://flyingavocados.com/pricing/ ) I will be back in the shop cooking for my PA clients on Fridays. That means...

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Moving on Again

Jul 30

Moving on Again

To paraphrase my Grandmother: when one door closes a window opens…..I have been offered to share a new commercial kitchen space in Milford NJ. From home it is ten minutes down the valley and across the river, right on Bridge (main) Street. It is a clean, bright place with retail frontage if I decide to go that route. For those of you not familiar with Milford,...

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Home Made Yogurt

Mar 18

I started making my own yogurt a long time ago, stopped, content to buy it, but have started up again out of a desire to have a local product, a better product and a cheaper product. My crock pot has been busy ever since. Crock pots are a marvel. I use mine for so many things that don’t turn into pot roast, and yogurt is definitely the best and easiest. I buy my...

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Spring is Coming, but Summer is Here!

Mar 10

Spring is Coming, but Summer is Here!

The thermometer in my car read 78* as I drove home from my many errands…today March 10th. It was as warm yesterday and will be again tomorrow. Now I know that the first day of Spring is right around the corner, but this is a little too much too soon! I am not good with abrupt change, I need to ease into things. There’s no controlling it or good in...

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Summertime!!

Jul 04

I have decided to drive myself crazy and agreed to be a vendor at The Ottsville Farmer’s Market on Fridays, 4-7 pm through October. Now it feels like I do nothing but cook and cook and cook some more! But Ottsville is a good market for me, indoors and away from the deadly stings of bees wasps, hornets  etc that could kill me. It has been fun making salads for...

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