Monthly Archives: October 2012

Roasted Tomatoes - turns the most tasteless off-season tomatoes into full-of-flavor, tasty treats! Great with pastas, sandwiches, served with cheeses. | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

October 26, 2012 | 2 Comments
Roasted Tomatoes

Do you recognize those guys in that lineup above? You should. We’ve all seen them before…and they are guilty! Guilty of having no taste at all! Off-season tomatoes…sigh. I may be a bit spoiled, living in New Jersey, the Garden State. Our summer vegetables, most especially our tomatoes, are unbelievably good. Summer “Jersey” tomatoes are… continue reading »

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Armenian Dumpling Soup (Manti) - tiny little meat dumplings float in a light broth with just a blush of tomato. | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

October 23, 2012 | 10 Comments
Manti (Armenian Dumpling Soup)

Every culture seems to have their own dumpling. Armenians have manti, little boats, usually stuffed with ground lamb or beef. Out of the oven, they are golden, crunchy and savory. Then, they are thrown into a broth lightly blushed with tomato and topped with a dollop of yogurt. This soup is warming, comforting and very… continue reading »

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Chicken Broth - learn how to make your own homemade chicken broth that is full of flavor! So much better than canned broth and without any added chemicals. | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

October 21, 2012 | Leave a reply
Chicken Broth

Broth, whether it is chicken, beef or vegetable, seems to be the basis for so many things I like to cook,  especially during the colder months. That’s why I wanted to give you this recipe now. I like to make my own broth for so many reasons. First of all, it just tastes so much… continue reading »

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Orange Glazed Salmon with Roasted Fennel and Red Potatoes | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

October 18, 2012 | Leave a reply
Orange Glazed Salmon with Roasted Fennel and Red Potatoes

My daughter recently announced that she has decided to become…a pescatarian! A what?! Don’t worry. It’s not as scary as it sounds. She just no longer wants to eat anything with legs…fins are fine.  I think it’s commendable and I’ll do whatever it takes to support her. There’s a really bad joke that I’ve debated… continue reading »

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Lentil Soup - with sun-dried tomatoes and a bit of white wine, you'll forget how healthy this is! | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

October 16, 2012 | 13 Comments
Lentil Soup

I fear that maybe lentil soup is going to be a hard sell.  What would give me that idea?  It all started with photographing this soup. I’ve found that a bowl full of brown is really hard to make appealing. Then, the look on my family’s faces when I told them I had just made… continue reading »

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Whole Wheat Pancakes - light, fluffy with added whole wheat flour. | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

October 12, 2012 | Leave a reply
Whole Wheat Pancakes

I’m halfway to weekend mode on Fridays!  Who doesn’t love the weekend?  Sleeping in a bit, wearing pajamas and making pancakes.  Bliss. Making these pancakes a little healthy will not spoil that bliss.  Trust me.  I just ate two stacks testing that theory!  These are not completely whole wheat.  I do use cake flour as… continue reading »

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Curried Chicken Waldorf Salad - bites of chicken with crisp apples, celery and walnuts and sweet golden raisins in a light dressing. | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

October 9, 2012 | 2 Comments
Curried Chicken Waldorf Salad

We have started a tradition of going apple picking around this time every fall.  This year, we came home with some of the biggest apples ever!  Have you ever heard of Melrose apples?  They are delicious; crisp, sweet and little tart. I had also made a huge pot of chicken stock that day to make… continue reading »

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