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Stuffing Boosted with Corn and Roasted Jalapenos

It’s Christmas. And you are reading this post! Oh, dear. You may be in search of a last minute dish for you holiday table. Here’s an easy one for you. You had stuffing for Thanksgiving most likely. You don’t want that same stuffing, do you? No, it’s okay to say it gets boring. So, here’s…

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Salmon Veracruz with Tomatoes, Capers, Olives and Herbs

Here is salmon, we all know salmon, from a different perspective. Rick Bayless applies the flavors of Mexico in layer upon layer of texture and flavor. This Veracruz “sauce” can be served next to your grilled/pan-fried/barbequed/baked salmon. Or on top of it. There are onion, garlic, herbs, spices, olives, capers and jalapenos here. Surely, you…

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Sangria Caliente from Sangria by Mittie Hellmich

  The planet is experiencing rapid growth: population, pollution, and mixologists. Oh, don’t get me wrong, I do not have bad associations with that mixologist word. In fact, when I retire, I am going to open up a B&B: Bar and Bakery. But as the number of mixologists grow, as they each get their 15…

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Meat Loaf Sandwiches

    You can say that it doesn’t matter. No matter how you do it, it will be fine. Sure, and Hell did freeze over. I did a google on “meat loaf sandwiches.” I happen to love them and actually, like many people, prefer the sandwiches the next day to the freshly made meat loaf…

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