Author Archives: Amy Nadeau

Closing Time

Hello to the three people that may actually check this blog still. I haven’t done here much lately. I’ve been focusing on other sites on the web – I just wanted to tell you that Cook & Tell’s time … Continue reading

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Thai Coconut Chicken Soup

This is a traditional Thai soup and I’m sure my recipe is a very Americanized version. None-the-less, it is delicious. I added rice noodles to the soup to make it more substantial, meal-sized soup. Thai Coconut Chicken Soup Ingredients 1 … Continue reading

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Barley Risotto

This is a great side dish, fairly easy to make, healthier than regular risotto but so good! Maybe even better than regular risotto. This recipe is a base recipe and you can add in different veggies to change it up, or … Continue reading

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Shallot Chicken with Lemon Parmesan Israeli Couscous

This meal is good! Super good. I’ve made it at least five times since the initial meal. I found the Israeli Couscous recipe on a blog called Espresso and Cream. Best thing about her blog is she has a dog … Continue reading

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Winter’s Coming!

Look at that nice sweater!

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Dinner Spanakopitas

You know you haven’t blogged in too long when the blog URL isn’t saved in your internet history. Here is a little didy that Vanessa and I made a little while ago. The spanakopitas  are meant to be large and … Continue reading

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Giada’s Farro Salad

This salad is easy, hearty and delicious. I love it because it is versatile and you can make it into a different salad everytime you make it. Farro Salad with Tomatoes and Herbs Ingredients 4 cups water 10 ounces farro (about 1 … Continue reading

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Shrimp, Mango and Cucumber Salad

This recipe comes to us from White Water Cooks at Home. This book is so good and has hit after hit. This salad did not disappoint. It was voted number one appy at ladies night the other day. Scott loved … Continue reading

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Balsamic Bruschetta

I found this recipe on Pip & Ebby’s blog, I love all the great recipes they have. It was so easy to make and very delicious, a great recipe for using those summer tomatoes!    In a small bowl, add: 8 Roma … Continue reading

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Ladies Night

Ladies night is pretty much now Ladies and Bitches Night. It all Started at Jillian’s with Sally the other weekend and is now becoming a standard of entertaining. My friend Adelle has a new puppy named Roxy, so we got … Continue reading

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