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Creamy and Cool Cilantro Dip

For our weekend party, we marinated 25 pounds of chicken wings in two quarts of Franks Red Hot sauce. I like people. I believe in mercy. I though some folks just, just might enjoy a dipping sauce that could counter all that heat. Suzen and I had homemade blue cheese dip for the wings, of…

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Trout with Cashews, Cilantro and Lime-Butter Sauce

  A long time ago, in a galaxy far away …  No, it was only the 1980’s and it was here, right here in the USA. Public television ran several series call Great Chefs. Great Chefs of Chicago. Great Chefs of New York. You may have seen them or remember the woman’s soft voice. When…

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Cilantro Sauce

Cilantro is a lively herb that we mostly encounter diced up in salsa or in guacamole. The sharp flavor is unmistakable. Cooked cilantro? That’s a much more rare experience, yet this sauce will convince you of some hidden flavor powers of cilantro. This sauce is a thick, dense amalgam of cilantro and chicken-based stock. It…

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Mango Guacamole

Nothing can really beat classic guacamole. That pure green mixture with the unique flavor is a culinary masterpiece. On the other hand, sometimes you want or even need a twist to the flavor. If you are having a strong barbeque dish, say chicken or chops that are cooked until the outside begins to blacken, it’s…

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