This very savory and highly seasoned fish is served cold or at room temperature, and it is traditionally served with Cuban Black Beans. We added ham shanks to the beans for an extra boost of flavor. It is a perfect meal to enjoy any day of the week, any time of the year.
My mother, a native Salvadoreña, is taking me on a kitchen tour, teaching me all of her favorite childhood and lifetime collected recipes. I will become her willing pupil, ready to learn everything she has to teach me. Because these are dishes that would otherwise be forgotten, if no-one took the time to learn, document,... Read More
You will not believe the orchestra of flavors that will play on your taste-buds: the extreme raspberry, the subtle ginger and garlic—sweet-tart, salty and savory—a harmonizing choir of ingredients. And this recipe is unbelievably simple to put together, too!
I have yet to find store-bought raspberry vinaigrette that I like, so I decided it was about time I made my own. The final results are all in my mouth. Delicious!
Come; take a comfortable seat at our cozy table. Dinner is served!
Recipe is for 2 large dinner salads (roughly 1/2 cup dressing), and recipe can be doubled... Read More
From within this eye-appealing bowl, take in the ocean’s treasures, the deep, blue seas’ offerings; inhale the savory fragrance of perfectly balanced herbs and spices of old Cajun cuisine, and delight your taste-buds with generous chunks of varied delicacies. We’ve added just enough spicy-heat to tickle your tongue and throat. Perfection! And the only [surround] sounds you’ll hear are of spoons clinking against bowls and continuous slurping and yummy smacking; deliciousness to the very last bite!
You can blindfold a connoisseur of Cajun gastronomy from Louisiana and bring him to San... Read More
Gravy should be thick, rich and delicious. And what could be better for a Sunday brunch than creamy, country gravy n’ biscuits. But for this revamped recipe zesty pork chorizo has been used in place of sausage, with the addition of hearty Stout.
The South is known for their wonderful biscuits and gravy, but here in San Jose, well, I’ve begun a new tradition with my family, and these are here to stay.
For this recipe, Mexican chorizo was used; a type of chorizo that lends more toward a slight vinegar flavor which makes for the desired gravy for this recipe.
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In the past, attempting to get my mother to tell me just what all went into making one of my favorite dishes I enjoyed while growing up at home, which were many, and how much she added of what, was more like having my teeth pulled without Novocain. Her answer was always the same, “Well, you know...a bit of this and some of that...a pinch, a handful, a spoonful, and taste it! Always taste what you are cooking.” So in order for me to learn how and what she did was to actually be there, in person, looking over her shoulder when she made it.
I gladly share this story with you so you may... Read More
The Rhubarb pie is a great-tasting pie, and many people are looking for the best rhubarb pie recipe. The recipe is actually quite easy, and the trick as with many of the other pies is in the crust. Making your own pie crust is a good idea as it makes the pie taste much better. You can also have it baked according to you your specifications for thickness and crunch.
Rhubarb actually has antioxidant properties and so is great for your health. These pies are healthy and great to consume. You family will also love a great homemade rhubarb pie. These instructions are easy to follow, and will... Read More
I don't think we can hide form the fact people are getting fatter, with fast food becoming ever more popular for it's fast and easy approach to battering hunger into submission, and of course the post war abolition of rationing opening the doors for convenience foods and the invention of the microwave oven meant that people could eat what they wanted, when they wanted, a good thing you might say? And in some respects I would agree, it paved the way for poorer families to eat better foods that were previously in accessible, and it allowed the busy working parent to whip up an occasional quick... Read More
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yeah nice post JaneK but apart from spinach and certainly a few other cheap to purchase foods good for you, bit frustrating price-wise. Take blueberries for instance,hellish expensive for small packets. Where i live there's an abundance of fresh veg...
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