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Chomorro-Style Chicken

A friend had posted an old picture of friends enjoying the local barbecued chicken back when they lived on Guam and well… it looked really good. So, I did some research and found a recipe from someone born and raised … Continue reading

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Iberian Tomato Sauce

Check out this sauce! It comes together in next to no time, and, trust me on this, even if you do not care for Spanish olives, I think that you will be pretty darned in favor of them in this … Continue reading

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Ciao! Picollo

For my final canning project of this holidaze season, I set about making what I call Ciao! Picollo, which is a mélange of pickled cauliflower, cabbage, bell peppers, jalapeños, onion, and garlic. It also just so happens to be pretty … Continue reading

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Peach Salsa

Decades ago, now, a coworker showed up at the office on a December Monday morning with a recipe he had been given by a little old lady he had run into at some holidaze fair or other. The recipe was … Continue reading

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Spicy Tomato Sauce

So, yeh, I realize that cod is not the first thing that springs to mind when one talks about tomato sauce, but it really does work a treat with this sauce, and… while I am at it, this zippy little … Continue reading

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American Chop Suey

When this showed up in my email, it was called something like “Cafeteria Casserole,” because it was reminiscent of an old school lunch recipe. When I actually started to put it together, I thought it seemed much more like what … Continue reading

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A Perfectly Lovely Cream of Tomato Soup

I came across yet another tomato soup recipe that I absolutely had to try because… First: it was a (mostly) barefoot contessa recipe, and, even when I dive off the deep end with substitutions, I am always pleased. and… Second: … Continue reading

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Banana Ketchup

Back in the day, before tomato came to rule the roost, there were all sorts of different ketchups, from mushroom to… well who knows what? This version, loosely based on a recipe popular (so I read) in The Philippines, turned … Continue reading

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Taco Mac

Sorry, I did not make note of where I came across the original version of this recipe, so, if it is one of yours, apologies for lack of proper accreditation. I did make note of the fact that I was … Continue reading

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Orange and Tamari Marinade for Pork

I came across a recipe for “the best pork marinade ever!” somewhere on the interwebs, and decided to try it out. And you know what? It is pretty darned tasty! The only caveat I would add is that you should … Continue reading

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