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Green Curry-Ginger Salad

Many of us love chicken. The flavor, the texture. Constant, never changing. Boring. Yes, I just said chicken is boring. I’m sorry, but too often we get “regular” chicken and every now and then our taste buds just rebel. Okay, we’re going to have chicken but can we please just have something exciting. Enter Casual…

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Candied Pineapple Chunks for Cocktails and Nibbles

When I made these, I had every intention of using them as garnish for cocktails. But they sat there, in that bag, on the shelf just to my right. I nibbled. I admit it. I nibbled away and soon they were gone. And soon, there will be more. I don’t blog about candy very often.…

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Easter Treat: Ham from Ann Nurse

I first posted this recipe in the fall of 2012. Nothing has changed. This is the best ham recipe. Ever. If you have not decided whether this Easter will be ham or lamb, I believe this recipe may decide it for you. This dish does make for a striking feast on Sunday. But during the rest…

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Cucumber & Serrano Chile Salad from Healthy Latin Eating by Angie Martinez and Angelo Sosa

Healthy Latin Eating by Angie Martinez and Angelo Sosa is a sensational new book I blogged about last December: http://www.cookingbythebook.com/cookbook-reviews/cookbook-review-healthy-latin-eating-by-angie-martinez-and-angelo-sosa/ Chef Angelo Sosa — visit his Anejo restaurants in NYC if you possibly can — is man with both skills and imagination. He notes that the origins of this salad are in Malaysia, but he…

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