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Red Clam Sauce

Last month, I came across a vintage advertisement from the nice folx at Campbell’s soup, detailing all the fun ways you could use their tomato soup with pasta. The one that caught my eye was their take on red clam … Continue reading

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Duxelles

These ‘shrooms sautéed in butter get a fancy French name because of the way they are sautéed in butter. Shown here, spread out on puff pastry, then topped with Bacon Jam, you can see that they are very finely chopped, … Continue reading

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Baked Bean Soup – Now With Beef!

When I first came across this recipe a couple of years ago, it called for using ham, and that is what I used. This time, though, I came across some sirloin steak tips at Trader Joe’s and thought, “Why not?” … Continue reading

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Garlic and Ginger Cabbage

The original version of this recipe from allrecipes.com, called for using Taiwanese cabbage, but I found that a bag of coleslaw mix worked at treat, and that it all made a pretty terrific base for my Pork Tacos. Of course, … Continue reading

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Air Fried Polenta Cakes

Polenta, if you’ve never had it, is a gluten-free corn thing-y that can be served almost like a porridge or, my preference, allowed to solidify, then cut into cakes and fried. Well, air fried, in this case. Some folx claim … Continue reading

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Jalapeño Popper Bean and Bacon Soup

And now, finally we come to the reasons I made Ranch Jalapeños and Welsh Rarebit earlier in the week… Bean and Bacon Soup with creamy cheese and zippy jalapeños to make it like a big ole bowl of jalapeño poppers. … Continue reading

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Garlic Barbecue Sauce

If you’ve ever gone through a Canadian market, you have probably come across Diana Sauce. NOT named for Princess Di, this sauce is, nonetheless, wicked tasty. And, they have flavours. Thanks to our cousin, I discovered the joy that is … Continue reading

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Date Paste and Korean-Style Barbecue Pork Tacos

Yesterday, I posted about making Gochujang and Whole30 compliant mayonnaise; mentioning that I had been using my main and mini food processors but not to worry, because the main processor was getting a workout that day. Today’s post is why. … Continue reading

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Garlic Soup

When I first made this soup last August for a visit by one of our nephews, who is vegan, I thought it a really nice soup. Even if it was vegan. Sorry, but I follow the word of our Lady … Continue reading

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Bacon Garlic Burgers With Bonus! Blue Cheese Butter

Recall yesterday’s Roasted Potato Chips and Tomatoes? Yeh, well, they were the side and part of the toppings for today’s very tasty bacon and garlic burgers. While the original recipe – from a food kit – was no doubt very … Continue reading

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