Tag Archives: Crème Fraiche

Caramelized Onion Dip

One of the things my husband really does not care for is caramelized onions; so, when he sent me this recipe for a hot caramelized onion dip he’d found on the web at Sweet Paul Magazine, I was a bit … Continue reading

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The Doris Project (TDP) Week 47: Crème Fraîche

This week’s Doris Project, home made crème fraîche, came in very handy in preparing our Thanksgiving feast; I used it in place of sour cream when I made the mebbe better for you green bean casserole; and used it in … Continue reading

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The Doris Project (TDP) Week 24: Grape Tomato Salad With Cucumber Salad Dressing

This week’s Doris Project is a kindofa hybrid; the recipe I pulled out of the bag called for using a cucumber, feta cheese, and Greek yogurt dressing on potato salad instead of the more usual suspects. Looked good! Except; we’re … Continue reading

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Chicken Paprikas

I’ve made Chicken Paprika before, and it was as big a hit as it was fairly simple to toss together… but the canned tomato soup bit always kinda nagged at me. Didn’t stop me from making it, just kinda picked, … Continue reading

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Meatball Stroganoff

Or, mebbe I should call these Swedish Meatballs, tho’ I already have a version of those here, with a follow-up on da sauce here. What these really are is my new favorite buttermilk meatballs, cooked with sautéed ‘shrooms and diced … Continue reading

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Crème Fraîche

When I’ve come across recipes that call for crème fraîche, I more or less assumed that sour cream would be a pretty straightforward substitute – and it is – mostly; tho’ you have to be careful cooking with sour cream … Continue reading

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