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Monthly Archives: April 2016

Sweetcorn Salsa

Roasted Sweet Corn SalsaServes: 4 as an accompanimentPreparation time: 15 minutesCooking time: 10 to 15 minutes This vibrant, piquant, chunky salsa goes beautifully with spicy food such as fajitas or as a dip for an Indian banquet.  Would also sit well with any kind of barbecued meat or fish.  Roasting the corn in a hot, … Continue reading »

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Sustainable Coffee Farming

To understand sustainable coffee farming, one must first understand the idea of sustainable farming.  Luckily, it is not a complicated definition.  Sustainable simply means taking steps to ensure that the resources available to current generations remain at least as equally abundant to future generations.  Practices that do NOT take steps to ensure an equal bounty … Continue reading »

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Sweet Potato and Apple Casserole Low Fat Low Salt Low Sugar

I had lunch with a friend yesterday while waiting for my appoint to have my two crowns set on my errant teeth. The crowns are my “Christmas crowns” as getting them cancelled any hope of Christmas gifts and giving this year but that’s another story. The restaurant was delightful and they has some sweet potatoes … Continue reading »

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Stuffed Shell Recipe

Most of the time, I could care less about cooking. It’s something I do when I want to eat, and that’s about it. There was a time, though, when I was open to learning to make whatever I liked that was good, easy, and not too expensive. This ‘time’ just *happened* to be when I … Continue reading »

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Sweet and Sour Sauce

Sweet and sour sauce is a good blend of opposite coming together and working really well. Part of that oriental yin and yang philosophy that with this sauce is brilliant. You will need for this sauce, 15ml/1tdsp vegetable oil 1 garlic clove 15g/1tbsp fresh ginger or galangal 1 small onion 1 small green, red and … Continue reading »

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Super Bowl Party Dips

The Super Bowl is just around the corner. Are you struggling to decide what to serve for that long waited Super Bowl party? Try this easy and quick dip to enjoy while watching the Colts and the Saints. I have fun making this dip because each time I make it I try something new. You … Continue reading »

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Spoon Bread

The first time I tried spoon bread I could not get enough of the dish.  I love the taste of spoon bread a lot better than the taste of cornbread because of the sweet creamy taste of the dish when served hot.  Even though i like the taste of traditional spoon bread, I add ground … Continue reading »

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Super Good Cheddar Broccoli Soup

It wasn’t until I was an adult that I became acquainted with cheese soup though we often garnished tomato soup or cabbage soup with cheese.  I really like cheese but never thought of it as a base for soup until I attended a ladies luncheon for a book club at a local library.  They served … Continue reading »

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Slow Roasting a Chicken

So you’re wondering how to slow roast a chicken, huh? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Before you start to slow roast you’re chicken, you are going to need a few things. Go ahead and head over to your local supermarket and grab the following ingredients: Whole chicken Salt Pepper Garlic Butter or Oil … Continue reading »

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Sticky Rice Dumplings

STICKY RICE DUMPLINGS INGREDIENTS DOUGH:   3  cups Glutinous Rice Flour   1/2  cup Sugar   1  cup Water   FILLING:   4  oz Pork loin   1  tsp. Rice wine   1/2  tbls. Cornstarch   1/4  tsp. Salt   4  tsp. Oil   1  tsp. Small chopped bamboo shoot   1  tsp. Chopped green onion   1/2  tsp. Soy sauce   1  tsp. Sesame oil   1/2  tsp. Salt   … Continue reading »

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