Tag Archives: Lemon Juice

Tabouli – From a Mix, But Tasty

A favorite ever since I discovered at a food cooperative at my University, I am just about guaranteed to at least try some Tabouli whenever I am out and about and see it on offer. Traditionally made with Bulgur wheat, … Continue reading

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Another Aioli

I know, but this one is really, really nice! And easy, too! A quick search of this blog will show that I have posted quite a few Aioli recipes, with home made mayonnaise, adding Siracha and da google knows what … Continue reading

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Waldorf Coleslaw

Barbecued Corned Beef? Check. Aunt Beezy’s Soda Bread? Gotcha. Now, what to make for a side for our St. Patrick’s Day feast? How about a nice Waldorf Salad, but with a twist? Hint, it’s all about teh cabbage. INGREDIENTS Dressing: … Continue reading

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Best! Ever! Cocktail Sauce

It is almost New Year’s Eve; that time of year when everyone and their dogs are offering shrimp cocktail like we are all in just about any casino in Vegas. And, the thing is… you can easily buy a platter … Continue reading

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Cocktail Sauce

Folk are getting ready to gather, and there will be shrimp, so, we’re gonna need some cocktail sauce. And by cocktail sauce, no, I do not mean that stuff you buy in a jar at the market; have you seen … Continue reading

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NOLA-Style Shrimp in the Air Fryer

OK, so, in reality, this recipe by Al Roker from Parade Magazine calls for the shrimp to be grilled, but, we were not grilling that afternoon and, truly, these cook in the air fryer so nicely, and with so little … Continue reading

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Poached Chicken Thighs With Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Last summer, I poached chicken breasts for a curried salad. Now, I am back to poaching, but for a batch of Rich’s mom’s chicken enchiladas, and am going with boneless, skinless chicken thighs; mostly because I think they have a … Continue reading

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Garlic Butter

When I first moved to Chicago in the late 90’s, I came across a strange – to my New England eyes, anyway – item in the markets around the holidaze. Turkey Butter. No. Not butter made, somehow, from turkey, but … Continue reading

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Cherry Pop Cocktail

Cheers to this refreshing, spring-y cocktail! And…shhhh – don’t tell, but it is made with Gin! See, the thing is, even folk who don’t care for gin will more than likely totally enjoy this – my friends certainly did. I … Continue reading

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Tortellini and Meatball Soup – A Slow Cooker Recipe

I got a new slow cooker for the holidaze – mostly to replace my trusty three-legged six quart with the broken timer and (because of only having the three legs) a limp. The new cooker is as large (which I … Continue reading

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