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Rolls, Garlic Butter Spirals

The last two weeks before Thanksgiving means that it is time to plan. Like, this year, mebbe that one person who always brings the rolls cannot come. What to do? Well, you could, certes, buy store made bread or rolls. … Continue reading

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Chicken Thighs With Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Sauce

When my husband found this recipe from the nice folk at EatingWell Magazine and asked me to make it; I had a bit of an ingredient shopping breakdown while at the market. Slivered sun-dried tomatoes in olive oil? Check. Heavy … 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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Pistachio (!) Pesto

Like most folk, we love us a nice pesto, but, I have been hesitant to make it because, well, I don’t have a whole lot of confidence in the quality of the pine nuts most usually associated (along with the … Continue reading

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Vichyssoise

On a hot August day, what could be more refreshing than a nice bowl of… soup? Yah, youbetcha! When the soup is ice cold and creamy and so very, very tasty Vichyssoise. Otherwise known as “cold potato soup.” Some folk … Continue reading

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Indonesian-Style Swordfish

I will admit that we have been on a bit of a seafood kick of late, what with Coconut Basil Shrimp, and the Glazed Salmon and all; but, I have also, it seems, gone on a bit of a coconut … Continue reading

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Banana & Mango Chutney

The 1960’s Lobster Curry recipe that turned me on to Garlic Butter Peanuts, also called for serving the curry with a banana chutney. Hmmm. This, I had to try; with, of course, a few adjustments and tweaks here and there. … Continue reading

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Key Lime Grilled Shrimp

I found some tempting looking wild-caught Argentinian Pink Shrimp in the freezer section of my market and thought to myself, “why not?” The fact that they were deveined and peeled was also a big plus. So, one pound bag o’ … Continue reading

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Mrs Maisel’s Brisket

So, first things first: Full disclosure: I could not find a brisket at my market, and the social distanced line to talk to one of our very nice butchers was longer than I cared to deal with at the time, … Continue reading

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