Category - Crooners

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Duet: Grilled Pizza with Fig, Pancetta and Gorgonzola / Frank Sinatra “Come Dance With Me”
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Duet: Coconut Macaroon Pie / Edith Piaf
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Duet: Chicken Alfredo with Sun-Dried Tomatoes / Dean Martin “Italian Love Songs”

Duet: Grilled Pizza with Fig, Pancetta and Gorgonzola / Frank Sinatra “Come Dance With Me”

This is the 50th post on Cooking With Vinyl, and this week marks the end of the blog’s fourth full month. We’re still small potatoes in the blog world, but 100-250 people visit the site every day. Wow! We’re also closing in on 1,000 Facebook fans, and 500 followers on Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram, and our first newsletter goes out tomorrow (sign up using the form to[…]

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Duet: Coconut Macaroon Pie / Edith Piaf

The food: Macaroons started as Italian almond meringue cookies and, when they came to France in the 1500s, evolved into colorful stuffed sandwiches. While I like that classic cookie, I much prefer the chewy goodness of a coconut macaroon. Jewish chefs adapted the original recipe to remove the flour and leavening agent (using egg whites instead), making them a popular Passover treat. I tried recently to make coconut macaroons, but they[…]

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Duet: Chicken Alfredo with Sun-Dried Tomatoes / Dean Martin “Italian Love Songs”

The food: I’m not going to lie. There’s nothing low-fat, low-calorie, low-carb, or low anything about this baked Chicken Alfredo with Sun-Dried Tomatoes. It’s a creamy, cheesy guilty pleasure—and I say enjoy it to your heart’s content. In fact, make it even more sinfully amazing by serving it with Asiago Garlic Bread and a glass of light red wine (merlot or pinot[…]

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