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Flanken-Cut Beef Ribs in the Pressure Cooker

My old, trusty Multi Pot died in December, just in time for me to get this beauty as a kinda cool replacement. It is, as a friend terms it, “kinda spendy,” but it also takes care of locking the machine … Continue reading

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Roasted Sweet Potato With Tamari and Ginger

A looong time ago, I had a pretty memorable lunch in the Napa Valley. It was rabbit in a black bean sauce and sweet potato marinated in Tamari and ginger, then grilled. This sweet potato is peeled, cubed, and roasted, … 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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Spring Fling Chicken

I came across this vintage recipe, from the nice folx at Kraft Foods somewhere on the internet and thought it looked interesting enough to try. Designed to feature their brand’s barbecue sauce, I thought that the addition of orange juice … Continue reading

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Sesame Ginger Salad Dressing

While on vacation last week, I had this pretty terrific salad on the plane. It was thinly sliced steak and cabbage and lettuce and daikon and carrots and such over a bed of rice noodles with a nice sesame ginger … Continue reading

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Drunken Noodles

So, first thing, this recipe from Nigella Lawson is as alcohol-free as it is gluten-free. I *think* the name comes from the fact that it is really effective after a night out on the town, or perhaps evening the morning … Continue reading

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Asian-Inspired Chicken Thighs

Sadly, I did not make a note of where I came across this recipe, because, credit as credit is due, it is delicious! And, the only real change I made was to replace the called for soy sauce with lower … Continue reading

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Julia Child’s Cranberry Relish

Yep. It is that time of year. When even small-time food blogs like mine get 100s of hits per day, everyone looking for that one perfect recipe for the big feast. Well, here it is, and you’re welcome. Some folx … 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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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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