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Grilled Teriyaki Skewers

Today’s post isn’t so much of a recipe as it is a method. A wicked tasty method, but, simply a method, still. I did next to nothing. My husband came across a skewer special while we were at Whole Foods … Continue reading

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Pâté for the New Year!

Some folk maintain that it is good luck to eat beans at the new year. Not me. I believe that any year that ends with, and then the next year begins with peppery, smooth as silk chicken pâté has got … Continue reading

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Holidaze Bonus! Marinated Stuffed Cherry Peppers

These need to rest for a week, so if you’re wanting some cherry pepper goodness for Christmas, you’ll need to make ’em this weekend or early next week. It’s a good thing they are so easy to make; and as … Continue reading

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Nicely Spiced Eggplant

First things first. This recipe can be vegetarian, so Ima classifying it that way, but… even though it is quite good as a vegetarian main course or side dish, it is also, without a doubt, so much better when you … Continue reading

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Apple Cider Stuffing

A week or so ago, a friend posted on Facebook about her comfort food answer to a bad cold: Stove Top Stuffing made with apple cider instead of water. Hmmm. When you consider that the New England area I grew … Continue reading

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Chicken with Artichokes

I had a taste for chicken. And there was that jar of marinated artichoke hearts in the pantry… Surely there was something I could do with chicken and artichokes and… Hmmm. That basil on the front porch is getting a … Continue reading

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Gazpacho!

What could be better on a hot, steamy August day than a refreshingly cold bowl of veggies? By which I mean, of course, gazpacho! Cucumbers, tomatoes, garlic, onion, sweet peppers, and basil; all tossed together and puréed just enough, then … Continue reading

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Drunken Cabbage

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day! This tasty recipe for cabbage cooked until crsip tender in beer with mustard and spices will be a sure hit at any gathering! I’ve adapted a recipe from Food Network’s Michael Symon; using … Continue reading

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Sanford House Salad Dressing

As we approach the Super Bowl of American Foods Day, I think it only right and proper to revisit some of my fave recipes for the big day. Such as this very nice take on a traditional French salad dressing, … Continue reading

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Corn Relish

My local family farm runs a deal they call “Mystery Bag.” The open the event on facebook on a Thursday, you join the event, then show up with $10 the following Tuesday and they fill a shopping bag with produce. … Continue reading

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