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Today is unseasonably warm on the West Coast—80 plus degrees—not your typical sweater weather conditions. If you happen to be in the Northeast right now, attempting to put on a second pair of gloves so you can shovel enough snow to get to your front door, I’m going to apologize for this seeming braggadocios in advance. Today…

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Baking dessert seems better-suited for cooler months, but what to do amidst hot days of summer? Unless you stick to popsicles & salt water taffy, you’ll probably need to fire-up the oven, and this was the house-heating dilemma I faced recently. I desired something delicious, non-frozen, and the idea of classic blueberry pie came to mind. I…

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Dear February the Fourteenth, It’s nice to see you again; I’ve missed you. Actually, that’s not entirely true. I’ve truthfully been missing you, for your candy . . . but will you still be my Valentine? I’ll most definitely make you dinner. Is there still a giant red, heart-shaped box full of mystery chocolates in…

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Simply, having, a Wonderful Christmastime!  Seems like only yesterday we were packing away the ornaments, and now here we are celebrating Christmas once again! I feel fortunate to be able to spend this day with family and close friends. The presents are opened, and now we can relax with some delicious food, wine and something…

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. . . are really French crêpes, and I love them—light, delicate, savory or sweet. This past Sunday marked stage 15 of the Tour de France, and also Bastille Day (well, why not). Though I’m not a Paris native, I wasn’t going to let geography dissuade me from making something fittingly French. I had brunch…

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Thank you for visiting the dinnervine! In the words of Julia Child, "People who love to eat, are always the best people," and I couldn't agree more. I hope you enjoy these dishes as much as I did making them. Here's to creating new recipes and memories with friends & family, cheers! 

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