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Easy Stuffed Eggplant

by Jane Wangersky November 6th, 2014| Recipes, Simple Solutions
Eggplant is one of those foods, like fish, that people think they don’t like, but it’s really got a lot going for it -- a mild taste that goes with countless other foods, a shape and texture that can be transformed into almost anything you want, a Mediterranean background,
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Korean Egg Custard- A Different Kind of Side

by TT November 3rd, 2014| Recipes, Side Dishes, Tapas Monday
When you make shrimp pancakes as an entrée, what do you serve as a side dish? If it is Tapas Monday, you serve egg custard and cucumber salad.  The pancakes were the center of the meal, the most filling part around which I built the rest of
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November’s Food Focus- Side Dishes

by Editorial Team November 1st, 2014| Recipes
As we flip the calendar and November begins, it is time to introduce this month's food focus: side dishes. Starting Monday with a recipe, and continuing throughout the month, we will be sharing recipes and cooking tips for an assortment of sides. Whether you're looking for a new Thanksgiving
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Sugar and Smoke Ham

by Jane Wangersky October 30th, 2014| Simple Solutions
Usually, the only reason I buy cooked ham is to slice it up for sandwiches -- unsliced ham is half the price of sliced -- but the last time I went grocery shopping, bone-in cooked ham was on sale, so it was time to figure out how to turn
Herb Roasted Rack of Lamb

Herb Roasted Rack of Lamb

by BnB Finder October 28th, 2014| Best BnB Bites, Recipes
This is a great example of a special main dish  made with simple ingredients: meat, fresh herbs, salt, and pepper. It's finished with a balsamic glaze, which sounds fancy but is made with just vinegar, sugar, and patience. (Allrecipes.com recommends four parts vinegar and one part sugar; for more
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Shrimp Pancakes- Definitely a Dinner Dish

by TT October 27th, 2014| Appetizers, Main Dishes, Recipes, Tapas Monday
Pancakes are one of my favorite breakfast dishes. Whether it's making them at home on a weekend morning or finding them with some interesting filling at a restaurant, I sure do enjoy them.  However, almost every pancake that I have made has tilted toward the sweet.  Zucchini
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Quick Beef Stroganoff — From Scratch

by Jane Wangersky October 23rd, 2014| Simple Solutions
Beef Stroganoff has taken lots of different forms over the past 150 years since the recipe was first published. The only constants have been -- obviously -- the beef (cubes, strips, even ground beef) and sour cream, whether just a little or a lot. Those are the two tastes
Pork Loin

Pork Loin Filled with Apricot-Cranberry Stuffing

by BnB Finder October 21st, 2014| Best BnB Bites, Recipes
Stuffing is not just for turkey, and it doesn't have to consist mainly of breadcrumbs. In this recipe, pork chops are stuffed with a sweet and tart fruit (and breadcrumb) filling that sets off their mild flavor. They're first browned for crispness, then baked to cook them through with
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Baked Sausage and Onions- Simply Amazing

by TT October 20th, 2014| Main Dishes, Recipes, Tapas Monday
Almost a year ago a butcher at a local shop had offered some cooking advice to me, which I followed.  The advice was, "Bake this sausage, so that you don't lose all of the gooey cheese."  I did so and thought the sausage was fine.  However, it wasn't exciting,
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Lemon Pepper Tuna Cakes

by Jane Wangersky October 16th, 2014| Recipes, Simple Solutions
Canned tuna has a lowbrow reputation -- we think it's good mainly for quick lunches, especially to take to work or school, or maybe retro casseroles swimming in canned soup. But if you read Tin Fish Gourmet by Barbara-Jo McIntosh, you’ll see that tuna and other canned fish has
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Seafood Gumbo

by BnB Finder October 14th, 2014| Best BnB Bites, Recipes
Gumbo is much more than soup, and this gumbo is special enough for a Sunday dinner, even if you're having guests. Shrimp, crab, and oysters come together in a thick, rich, spicy base. It will take patience, especially if you've never made roux (a flour-fat base for soup or
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Buttermilk Fried Chicken- Food Happiness

by TT October 13th, 2014| Main Dishes, Recipes
My family adores fried food.  Then again, I think most people adore fried food.  I understand that I am more of the exception than the rule in my dislike of fried foods.  However, I also appreciate that my family enjoys different foods than I.  So when my husband sent
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