Tag Archives: Celery

Smashed Potato Salad

A nice, simple, tasty potato salad, this recipe is an adaptation of Korean Potato Salad, with more the traditional chopped red onion added in place of cucumber; and, while it certainly looks like there might be mustard in the dressing, … Continue reading

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Curry & Parmesan Tuna Salad

Yeh. I know, it sounds like a weird, never gonna work combination; but it is actually wicked tasty, and perfect for sammiches, as an actual salad, and even as a dip for crackers. I came across the original recipe years … Continue reading

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Chow Mein

I picked up a couple of boxes of gluten-free brown rice spaghetti noodles to try out for when we have friends and family over who need G-F options and, well, it was pretty decent; Italian bronze cut and all that, … Continue reading

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Korean-ish Potato Salad

First; no, this fine potato salad is not made with kimchee or Gochujang or whatever you might think makes something Korean. No doubt there are as many recipe variations as there are households, but, what I think makes this a … Continue reading

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Hawaiian-Style Pasta Salad

I came across a discussion about Hawaiian Macaroni Salad, and it looked interesting enough that I wanted to try it. But. Apparently, there are rules. Certain friends will be wicked pleased to know that pineapple and ham are not to … Continue reading

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A Tale of Corned Beef (Salad)

My best friend came to visit for Thanksgiving – don’t get all worked up, she isolated before driving out and had been tested several times, and we, well, we go basically nowhere but the market, so everything was good – … Continue reading

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Buffalo Chicken Soup

This recipe came across my inbox from the nice folk at Betty Crocker, and, well, I just had to try it. Ermmm… with just a few, tiny changes. First things first; this is one fine soup, but, I was a … Continue reading

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Parfait! Swiss Turkey Casserole

We recently had some friends over for birthday celebrations, and the timing was perfect to do a Thanksgiving test-run while also celebrating Canadian Thanksgiving. Air Fryer Turkey Breasts and Italian Beef Stuffing were thoroughly enjoyed, but, as with most feast … Continue reading

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Italian Beef Stuffing

We had a few friends over to celebrate October birthdays and, since it was that weekend, I chose to make dinner an homage to Canadian Thanksgiving. And, truth be told, I figured that it could not hurt to take a … Continue reading

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Slow Cooker Mongolian Beef

Because, of course, I get all my most authentic Asian recipes from the nice folk at Betty Crocker, courtesy of my husband’s email; I thought that this slow cooker recipe for Mongolian Beef – by way of Taiwan Barbecue, according … Continue reading

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