Some foods I call vegetables,
when in fact, they are fruits.
Some may question pickles as being food.
Does no fat mean no calories?
Is Olestra of this planet?
Arrive at your own conclusions.
I, however, will savour the choices
of the finest tastes ever enjoyed,
as served for your dining pleasure:
First we toast,...
Salud amor y pecetas
y el tiempo para gozarlas.
Adam's Ranch green olives with jalapenos
Black olives (one for each finger)
Aunt Lorene's prune cake
Creme brulee' from Vivace'
Donna's carrot cake with pineapple, not raisins
Dorothy's blackberry cobbler
Jim's coffee cake
German chocolate cake
Dora's apple sauce
MacIntosh apples right off the tree
Raspberries from Cape Cod
Red tropical bananas
Barbara's potatoes baked in salt
Mexican corn bread
Onion garlic bagels with veggie cream cheese
Wheat berry toast with peanut butter
Basil from Tami's garden
Fresh dill weed from Trinidad
Capellini alla puttanesca from Carmelina's
and from Vivace'
Caldo de queso from Crossroads
Chilaquilas from Casa Molina
Omelettes from Emiliano's
Cold mountain spring water after a long hike
Dom Perignon with fresh strawberries
A loved one's kiss
Miso soup with seaweed from Chu's Too
Pinto beans from Willcox
SAUCES & SPREADABLE TREATS
Hawaiian hot mustard from a secret recipe
Vinaigrette from Presidio Grill
Mesquite mustard from Fredericksburg,Texas
Granny Anne's pimiento cheese on celery sticks
Land O' Lakes monterey jack with chiles
SOUPS AND STUFF
Garlic soup from Yucatan
Bob's sauteed mushrooms
Aunt Lil's gigantic beefsteak tomatoes
Fresh corn from western Massachusetts
or from Pepperwood, California
My grandfather's sweet onions
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