Recipe: Cabbage Quiche | Food and Wine Pairing

Adventures in Eating: Cabbage Quiche by Rosemarie | January 1984 Cabbages! Not since Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland when the oysters spoke of “Cabbages and Kings” has the cabbage surfaced again in a celebrated manner with the Cabbage Patch Doll. I have yet to see one, but look forward to seeing the one my neighbor… read more »

Recipe: Hummus Dip | Food and Wine Pairing

Adventures in Eating: Hummus Dip by Rosemarie | June 1983 The ethnic migration throughout the country has contributed to our “growing-up” in matters relating to food. You can eat your way around the world in most metropolitan areas, and they can be a mecca for searching and joyously partaking of many varieties of cuisines. When… read more »

Recipe: Eggplant Tomato Spaghetti Sauce | Food and Wine Pairing

Adventures in Eating: Eggplant Tomato Spaghetti Sauce by Rosemarie | March 1983 I absolutely love eggplant (aubergine) and hope some of you share the same feelings. Arabs brought us the eggplant from India about 1500 years ago and the purplish egg-shaped vegetable has found itself to be a versatile morsel. Middle-eastern cooking is known to… read more »

Recipe: Peg Maleys Reuben Bake | Food and Wine Pairing

Adventures in Eating: Peg Maleys Reuben Bake by Rosemarie | February 1983 The big red N, the Corn Huskers, the broad fertile plains of the hearty mid-west; these all spell the great State of Nebraska. Our eldest son, married a wonderful girl, (for­merly Lynn Duling) from Lincoln, Nebraska. Christmas 1982, our whole family, spent Christmas… read more »

Recipe: Black Eye Peas | Food and Wine Pairing

Adventures in Eating: Black Eye Peas Rosemarie | January 1983 Everybody has 2 bits to say about what was good or bad about the year 1982, and the soothsayers are busy forecasting 1983. So far the outlook doesn’t seem so hot. As for me, I just go on thinking about all the wonderful tastes that… read more »

Recipe: Mother’s String Beans

Adventures in Eating: Mother’s String Beans Rosemarie | September 1982 I never fail to get “turned on” when I stop to realize, time and time again, the infinite ways a particular ingredient can be prepared. String beans are in their full glory in the markets now. I remember as a little girl, sitting and painfully stringing them… read more »

Recipe: Crostini Toscano

Adventures in Eating: Crostini Toscano Rosemarie | November 1982 It has been a whole 10 days since our return from Italy, and time to write this column. I can no longer feign jet lag and put off writing. Paul has politely directed that it get done. We only covered parts of Northern Italy, and sampled its wines, glorious… read more »

Recipe: Shrimp and Egg Curry

Adventures in Eating: Shrimp and Egg Curry Rosemarie | December 1982 Am thoroughly enjoying reading “A Woman of Independent Means”, by Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey. The main character of her book states, “I don’t know how children would measure time without holidays.” She hit a chord with me. In speaking with friends, I get the feeling… read more »

Recipe: Carbonnade a La Flamande

Adventures in Eating: Carbonnade a La Flamande Rosemarie | April 1982 Barbara is a friend and a remarkable woman. While single-handedly raising 4 children, she managed to earn a degree in nursing and currently is pursuing and enjoying her career. In between all this, she finds time to entertain, and is not only a fine… read more »

Recipe: Rosemarie’s Baked Apple

Adventures in Eating: Rosemarie’s Baked Apple By Rosemarie April 1983 When our children were just little tykes, one of their favorites for breakfast was a baked apple, swimming in cold milk or cream. Since I made it so often, I started modifying the original recipe I had, and ended up with a light and easy version… read more »