Archive for the 'Recipe' Category

May 18 2016

Salsa Verde Made with Tomatillos

Salsa Verde Salsa Verde adds flavor to Mexican foods but don’t stop there. Use it as a salad dressing, add it to cooked rice and beans, as a sauce on any cooked meat such as grilled fish, chicken or steak and on top of vegetables for an extra burst of flavor. Salsa Verde is made [...]

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May 09 2016

Make Your Own Burrito

  Start by making Refried Beans , then fill a tortilla  as pictured above, folding it so the ingredients are tightly wrapped inside. A 10-inch tortilla works best.   Refried beans Cooking beans with onion and garlic makes them very flavorful, the name  sounds as if they are very high in fat but they are not. [...]

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Dec 30 2015

Quick Dessert

Wash a whole apple, slice  1/2 inch off  the top and 1/4 inch from the bottom, as pictured below, this will keep it sitting up right when baked.  Using a spoon or tip of a knife remove the core and all the seeds but do not pierce the other side. Mix together a teaspoon of [...]

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Feb 10 2015

Roasted Vegetable Tart

Bon Appetite Magazine offered this delicious recipe for a roasted vegetable tart. It starts with roasting vegetables, then layering them in a pie plate filled with a glaze, topping with cheese and a pastry crust. To save time I used a store bought pastry crust. The pie is inverted so the vegetables are seen as [...]

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Jan 12 2015

Making Broth Is So Easy

Published by under Foods to Try,Recipe,Soup

The New York Times just ran an article on the drinking and making of ordinary broth. Making turkey or chicken broth is simple. I save the bones from a roasted chicken or turkey. Place the bones in a large pot add enough water to cover it by about 3 inches, add 1/3 cup apple cider [...]

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