Monthly Archives: July 2023

A (Slightly) Adjusted Take on Jezebel Sauce

Earlier this year, I posted about making Jezebel Sauce with the goal of making a couple of different, but coordinating, munchies for a gathering. This time, I’ve made a *slightly* less zippy batch, due to the fact that my mom-in-law … Continue reading

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Bacon Chili Dog Enchiladas

Wait! Don’t go! I will admit that this may sound like a bit of a stretch, but we do not, after all, eat with our ears; and, even though he was skeptical at first, my husband ended up quite liking … Continue reading

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BBQ Chicken Upside Down Sweet Potato Poutine

OK, so mebbe this recipe is more “Poutine Adjacent,” but, makes no nevermind, it was still wicked tasty. The original recipe called for ground beef and tater tots, but lightening things up with ground chicken and subbing in frozen sweet … Continue reading

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Korean-Style Noodles, A Vegan Recipe

So, this recipe was supposed to be Japchae Korean-Style Noodles, but, even though my local market’s web site told me exactly what aisle they would be in, they did not, in fact, happen to carry the sweet potato noodles needed … Continue reading

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My Very Favorite Guacamole

We had the original version of this at a restaurant in Scottsdale four or five years ago, and I have been tinkering with it ever since then. This time, none of my local markets seemed to have pomegranate seeds but, … Continue reading

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Fried Bread and Tomato Hash

Yeh. So, Nigella Lawson calls this a “hash,” but, truthfully, I think that it is just about the best example of a panzanella (a bread salad) that I have ever had. Bread cubes are fried in garlic infused olive oil, … Continue reading

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Back in the day, so the story goes, a guy moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia and opened a Gyro shop. As the story continues, the shop was not a hit, so he went back to the drawing board and came … Continue reading

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Donair Sauce

Originating in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Donair, and this sauce, is a tasty, and simple to make at home, take on gyros. We will cover the actual Donair recipe tomorrow, but today, let us handle the sauce, which is a little … Continue reading

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Cowboy Caviar Dip

So, who does not like a hang out with a big ol’ bowl of chips and some dip? Well, what if I told you that this dip is not only delicious, it is also good for you, it is also … Continue reading

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