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Classic French Onion Soup au Gratin

The real thing takes time, but it's worth it. It's the slow saute of the onions that requires the time but you can listen...

Continental Restaurant Salad/Salad Georges


Montreal once had a well-loved restaurant on Mountain Street, called The Continental. I...

Cream of Asparagus Soup with Fresh Herbs

Most cream soups begin the same way. Simmered vegetables go into a chicken or  vegetable or water stock. This is then amalgamated with a cream...

Cream of Turnip Soup

I am wild about turnips and always make extra roast or boiled ones for this fine potage.

Curried Beans and Vegetables

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Double-Fried Bistro Frites

The best fries are fried twice. There is a special method here that is the trade secret of bistro chefs and any French fry...

Durkee Green Beans and French Fried Onions Casserole

So commercial. So good. So Thanksgiving.


The fast food of Israel and fast food courts of North America all tout this healthy (albeit fried) vegetarian snack made with canned chick...

Famous Layered Icebox Salad

This is lovely to look at, crowd-pleasing and handy, as it is can be made ahead up to three days ahead.  Marinated, jarred roasted...

Field of Dreams Magic Corn On The Cob

There's a trick to this - and this recipe has them both. One trick is, leave the husks ON. They add flavor. The second...