Tag Archives: Paprika

Ollie’s Burger, Steak, and Chop Marinade

Who’s Ollie? I haven’t a clue, but I came across this interesting vintage marinade after researching a restaurant mentioned in a novel. The restaurant is long gone in real life, but Ollie’s kinda surprisingly zippy marinade lives on across the … 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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No-Peel Deviled Eggs, For Reals!

A couple of weeks ago, I came across a video on the interwebs that showed how to make deviled eggs without all that tedious peeling of eggs! Cool – if it worked – I’ve been burned before by interwebs food … Continue reading

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Red Sammich Sauce

This recipe is based on Won Ton Sauce, a spread for roast beef sammiches, from Tune Inn Restaurant and Bar in Washington D.C., who were featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. I cut way back on the amounts … Continue reading

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Sweet Onion Poppy Seed Salad Dressing

While on vacation last week, we slouched about quite a few shops, galleries, restaurants, wineries, and farm stands. At one place (winery, farm stand, can’t recall at this point – hmmm – mebbe it was a winery), our friends picked … Continue reading

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Pepper Stew

I came across a recipe for Hungarian Pepper Stew on some web site or another, and thought it might could be a tasty dish. I was correct. It’s flexible, too. You can serve this on its own as a veggie, … Continue reading

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Hungarian Pork Chops

These chops should be really nice, but, to me, they came out tasting, well… bland. Still and all, I like the paper bag seasoning trick, and I have a fix for the blandness, so thanks to Carnie Wilson for the … Continue reading

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Chicken Paprikas

I’ve made Chicken Paprika before, and it was as big a hit as it was fairly simple to toss together… but the canned tomato soup bit always kinda nagged at me. Didn’t stop me from making it, just kinda picked, … Continue reading

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