Monthly Archives: May 2014

Macaroni Mirabel, the Perfect Match to Memorial Day

Enjoy your Memorial Day weekend by cooking ahead or cooking big. In the 1930’s the first wave of post-revolutionary Russians living in San Francisco chose the Russian River area for recreation and relaxation. Most did not have a nickle to … Continue reading

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When a Burger’s Not a Burger…

For the last couple of weeks we had the barbeque going and enjoyed classic American burgers and traditional Serbian sausages. This week we’re back indoors and to my Russian roots with Kotleti. Barbequing is not something Russians do a lot … Continue reading

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Che-what-chi-chi?!

With Bay Area weather forecasters predicting three-digit temps, abandoning the kitchen sounds like a good idea! I vote for another barbecued meal since we already dusted off the grill last week for burgers. Here’s an easy, mouthwatering recipe for traditional … Continue reading

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Get the Barbeque Ready!

The somewhat off-season yet gorgeous weather we’ve recently experienced reminded me to dust off the barbeque. Normally, it’s a Memorial Day chore. Not this year. So while you’re trying to figure out how to water your garden or vegetables most … Continue reading

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