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Crustless Quiche with Sundried Tomatoes, Asparagus, and Goat Cheese

I wanted to prepare a quick grab breakfast that was healthy, but delicious.  We’ve always got eggs on hand, but reached for the carton at the grocery store this time because it was inexpensive, and I thought would make throwing together a quiche a little easier.  I almost always use “real” ingredients and gave up […]

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Pressure Cooked White Bean Chili

So I’ve blogged white chicken chili in the past, but this is a shortcut version that I prepared using mostly ingredients that I had on hand; transforming ingredients and by utilizing my pressure cooker.  What I like about this dish is that you don’t have to plan ahead very much: no overnight soak is necessary. I […]

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Mahi Mahi with Basil Butter

I’m always trying to add variety to the ways that I prepare fish.  The more I try to incorporate fish into our weekly diets, the tougher it can be to think up different ways to prepare it.  I have fish on hand in the freezer that I’ve purchase fresh and had shipped direct from a reputable […]

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Pan fried Halibut, gluten free!

I’ve been looking for more and more gluten free products as Bill and I seem to feel better overall when we cut it out of our diets.  My friend Lisa introduced me to the “Schar Gluten-Free Wheat-Free Bread Crumbs”, which is both gluten and wheat-free during an event we hosted together.  These bread crumbs work pretty good […]

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Pure Foods Fish Market, Seattle, WA

Although you will usually find our “reviews” on the restaurant section of our blog, (http://www.billswinewandering.com/category/restaurants/) I felt it was appropriate to review the Pure Foods Fish Market in downtown Seattle in a similar manor due to some recent experiences we’ve had.  I believe there is room for improvement with the way these guys handle their […]

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