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  • Lemon Chicken

    Lemon Chicken Piccata ๐Ÿ‹ ๐Ÿด

    Meyer Lemon Picatta is exquisitely divine and easy to prepare. The light, rich sweetness of the lemon sauce in juxtaposition to the salty capers and deep tones of white sage, make this a Splendiferous โ€˜comfort mealโ€™ to be shared with friends and family. Serve it with fresh pasta, herb-roasted potatoes or lemon-rice pilaf, accompanied by steamed asparagus, broccoli, brussels sprouts or try our Rainbow Carrots, Haricot Verts & Caramelized Shallots.

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  • Feb. 2015 Recipe Shrimp With Endive Salad

    Shrimp with Endive, Blue Cheese and Fresh-Cut Tomatoes ๐Ÿค ๐Ÿ…

    We have enjoyed this salad served both as a pre-dinner salad or an entree on a balmy summer night. The tart flavor of the endive is perfectly balanced by the rich, deep tones of blue cheese in this salad delight.

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  • Le Voov! Restaurant Review: Picaro ๐Ÿด ๐Ÿท

    We stumbled across this tapas restaurant in the Mission District of San Francisco. We werenโ€™t even thinking about lunch, but the rich, earthy aroma coming from the kitchen lured us in like moths to the flame. The colorful, art-filled walls and the bustling atmosphere contributed greatly to the lively tenor. Our waiter Jose gave us a few thoughtful suggestions.

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  • LV Blog Corn Cheddar Chowder FF3

    Corn Cheddar Chowder

    Corn Cheddar Chowder is my go-to soup as we transition from the late summer heat of โ€˜Indian Summerโ€™ to autumn each year. Why? Because this is the ultimate in comfort food, without leaving you feeling like you need a long hibernation after ingesting it. (Though that is never a bad ideaโ€ฆright?)

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  • LV Blog Rangoon Ruby FF Final

    Le Voov! Restaurant Review: Rangoon Ruby ๐Ÿด

    Rangoon Ruby, (Burmese) 680 Laurel Street, San Carlos, CA 94070

    Traditional Burmese food is quickly becoming the rising star of Southeast Asian cuisine, surpassing even sushi and Thai food in popularity throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

    Under the experienced guidance of Chef Max Lee, Rangoon Ruby captures the pure essence of authentic Burmese cuisine with flavors influenced by Thai, Indian and Chinese traditions. The plates are served family style (shared) and beyond being delicious with great, unique flavors, the presentation is lovely. Similarly, the dรฉcor of the restaurant is elegant and well thought out.

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  • Zuzu

    Restaurant Review – Zuzu Tapas & Wine Bar ๐Ÿด ๐Ÿท

    Zuzu, located in Napaโ€™s historic Old Town, has masterfully blended the culinary traditions of Spain and South America with the warmth of Mediterranean dรฉcor to create a true gem. The complex layering of flavor and spice in each dish was uniquely divine.

    Our server Darlene was very knowledgeable and made some fantastic suggestions for our maiden voyage at the restaurant. Zuzuโ€™s signature sangria was delightfully fresh and fruity. Given the ease with which the first glass went down, I had a great appreciation for the speedy arrival of our first plates!

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  • S.L. March 2015 Savory Wild Mushroom Soup Recipe

    Savory Wild Mushroom Soup ๐Ÿ„ ๐Ÿ„ ๐Ÿ„

    I developed this recipe after enjoying a non-cream based mushroom soup at a local restaurant recently. By eliminating the cream, the deep, earthy tones of the various mushrooms are easily detected on the palate. I also decided to use potato to thicken the broth, rather than wheat flour in an effort to make this a gluten free recipe, so our friends with wheat allergies may enjoy this rich, savory soup.

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