Monthly Archives: June 2011

CHERRY CHUTNEY AND A CHANCE MEETING

Cherries are everywhere right now! Roadside stands, farmers’ markets and groceries, small and large are all offering dark Bings and bright Queen Annes. We have several trees up here at The Peak, but unfortunately it looks like I am growing … Continue reading

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ZUCCAGHETTI

Soon, my garden will be overrun with zucchini. I alway make sure that I plant enough and usually I end up with much more than I can use. Doesn’t everyone? And, when I’m not looking some will grow to be … Continue reading

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WATERMELON GAZPACHO

In February, Freddy and I took a trip to San Miguel de Allende in the heart of Mexico. We were on our way to some wine tastings in Florida, so we could only spend a few days and we soon … Continue reading

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AZEKA RIBS

For many years (1950) the rib shack was a Maui institution. When Freddy and I starting spending a lot of time on Maui about 10 years ago, Azeka Makai was THE place for ribs. Wedged between the Ace Hardware store … Continue reading

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