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Cylvia Cho, Dec. 27, 2011

Usually, people think of egg drop soup as a Chinese dish but there’s actually an Italian version called “stracciatella.” While there are different versions of stracciatella, I like the one that my husband makes (he learned it from his “nonna”), which calls for nutmeg — recipe link below. This is easy to make and is a great winter meal.

http://italianfood.about.com/od/italiansoups/r/blr0416.htm
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K Young, Dec. 27, 2011

Carrot Fennel Soup - I love making this soup in the winter…

http://www.carstravelfood.com/2011/12/26/carrot-fennel-soup/
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  • Cylvia Cho Cylvia Cho Dec. 27, 2011
    Looks delish. I would have never thought of combining carrots and fennel in a soup. We grow fennel in our yard so I will definitely try it out.
  • K Young K Young Dec. 27, 2011
    Agreed! I only use Extra Virgin always anyways. BTW Trader Joe's has some really good CA olive oil - great for salads and topping on pasta. Lucky to have garden space! Do you compost too? I'm doing that at a friend's house for now, and it's guilt-free trash, altho an extra errand a week. But worth it.
  • Cylvia Cho Cylvia Cho Dec. 28, 2011
    Yes, I do compost. It's so easy, once you get the hang of it. By the way, here's a comparison of TJ olive oils that I found useful: http://aintfoundagoodtitleblog.wordpress.com/2011/07/02/trader-joes-extra-virgin-olive-oil-food-review-oil-off-deux/
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K Young, Dec. 26, 2011

Easy Fried Rice…instead of paying $9 at the local Chinese take out place, it’s easy to make your own…

http://www.carstravelfood.com/2011/12/26/easy-fried-rice/
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K Young, Dec. 24, 2011

I try to cook as much as I can and when there’s time, it’s all about trying new recipes, especially duplicating favorite dishes I’ve had at a restaurant. Tried Larb and was very pleased with the outcome of this easy Thai dish/recipe…

P.S. If anyone has a foolproof recipe for Pad Thai, would love it. Have all the authentic ingredients and have never quite duplicated it the way they make it at the local Thai place…and/or a good panang curry recipe…

http://www.carstravelfood.com/2011/12/23/easy-thai-recipe-for-larb/
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