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Welcome to What’s Dorothy Eating Now?

I love to blog about food and food related things, and my site includes lots of articles ranging from recipes to reviews. Use the search boxes and menu system to find the topics you’d like to read about. My home page will alway highlight the most recent posts and recipes.

I hope you enjoy the site. Feel free to contact me if you’d like more information about anything you see here, or if there’s something you’d like to see. I’m always happy to help my readers learn what they’d like to be eating now!

Recent Articles

Carmel by the Sea 2017

I have a fondness for Carmel-by-the-Sea and try to go at least twice a year.  It's such a quaint little town, so predictable in it's pricy boutiques and gift shops with pretty flower boxes and immaculate side walks.  Another predictable thing about Carmel is a number of really good restaurants.

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Tartine and Brown Rice and Vegetables

For those who are not familiar, a tartine is the French name for any open face sandwich served on toast.

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l’appart by David Lebovitz

If you're a francophile or have a francophile on your holiday gift list you will want to get them a copy of l'appart by David Lebovitiz.

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My father loved enjoying product at the peak of the season and he had a particular fondness for persimmons.

Cannoli Puffs

In the first season of the Soprano's there are many trips to the bakery for cannoli and other Italian pastries.  So naturally I became obsessed with having a cannoli. 

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Inspired by Martha, Crispy Rice Cake with Celery Salad and Avocado

Looking for something different for dinner I was intrigued by the recipe for the Crispy Rice Cake with Celery Salad and Avocado in the September issue of Martha Stewart Magazine. This month the Every Day Food section was devoted to using up cooked rice. And who doesn't like crispy rice? So I thought I'd give it a whirl.

About Me

Growing up in a wonderful family of farmers and cooks, I had no choice other than to become a chef. It’s this background that has shaped my career and my cooking philosophy which is Simple ingredients, beautifully prepared.

In addition to creating my own restaurant in my mother’s kitchen when I was six, I cooked and baked in the kitchens of Martha Stewart, Pleasures, of Cooking, Curds and Whey, Campton Place, Wente Winery, and I survived a stint as a manager in the Cellar for Macy’s, New York. Currently I teach a cooking class called Eating Real at Mills College.

In 1986, along with Laura, my business partner, I branched out from my mother’s kitchen and opened up a restaurant /catering company in Oakland, CA. The restaurant closed in 1991 and I continued to cater until 2008. I am often a restaurant judge for the Best Of issue for northern California’s Diablo magazine and a frequent contributor and feature writer for Diablo.

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