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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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Walnut and Roasted Pepper Pesto

I honestly cannot recall where this book came from. It has been sitting in (one of) my stacks of ‘cookbooks to look through’ for a while and, well, both of us finally looked through it and found quite a lot … Continue reading

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(Baked) Bean Soup

Some things I haven’t always known about canned baked beans: Number one: most are gluten-free. I would say all, but one never knows what someone will slip in when they can. Number two: cousins in the UK promise us that … Continue reading

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Shrimp Scampi Tetrazzini

A long time ago, in a leafy suburb far, far away, I shared a large house with four friends from college. Now, one would think that, five folk, all with at least bachelor degrees, would all be able to manage … Continue reading

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Aioli, For the Win!

A quiet afternoon. The sun has finally shown itself after days of clouds. After days at home. We’re having air fryer cod fillets tonight, so I may as well take about five minutes and make a fresh batch of aioli … Continue reading

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Green Goddess Dip and…

I have long been tempted by the thought of Green Goddess Salad Dressing. Except… most recipes I have come across  in the past called for anchovies and tarragon – two things that I have not really cared for whenever I’ve … Continue reading

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Chicken Tortellini Soup

After an overnight snowfall, today dawned bright, sunny, and a might bit chilly – it is currently a balmy, dry 10º F – so, what better time to talk about making a nice pot of chicken tortellini soup? Full disclosure: … Continue reading

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Asian Inspired Pear Barbecue Sauce

Dinner was supposed to be one of our faves: Korean Style Flanken Short Ribs in the Multi Pot, but… Even though I looked up availability on line before we went out and about shopping, the store I thought would have … Continue reading

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Aioli for the Holidaze!

Who doesn’t need at least one creamy dab o’ garlicky goodness over the holidaze? This aioli (garlic mayonnaise) is compliant with most (I think) “no flour, no sugar, no…” diet programs and is wickedly simple to prepare – so much … Continue reading

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