Author Archives: Tina Garceau

Turkey Pot Pie

I’m always looking for ways of using up the turkey leftover from Thanksgiving. This pot pie is the ultimate comfort food, it’s made in one pan, takes very little time to prep, and is delicious!

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Happy Thanksgiving!

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The Day Before Thanksgiving

From apples to yams, the busy produce vendors on 9th Street have everything for your Thanksgiving dinner!

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Provincial French Apple Cake

I’ve made dozens of apple cakes, and I gotta say that this is the best one – hands down! Apples sliced paper thin, held together by a light batter, and topped with a sugary butter topping. The recipe originated in … Continue reading

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By Bread Alone

You’re not supposed to live by bread alone, but I think it’s alright if you make the bread into the shape of another food – like this turkey. It’s this year’s carbo loophole. Think of all the newfound grievances Muffy … Continue reading

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Friday Five – Number One Hundred Sixty Eight

One hundred sixty eighth in a continued series creating a collage using five elements.

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