Monthly Archives: September 2013

Salsa Romesco

When we saw this recipe, we saw a way to break out of our hummus/salsa rut. We also found out there is little difference between filberts and hazelnuts. (Yes, we know they are not exactly the same nut, but where … Continue reading

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Brazilian Feijoada

We saw this recipe on a day we were preparing some dried Navy beans for a future dinner. Once we saw this recipe, we knew we could substitute Navy beans for the Cuban black beans traditionally used in Brazil.

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Extremely Reliable Pork Spareribs

This recipe is complicated. We do not recommend this recipe when you don’t have an entire day to devote to the grill. Granted, you do not have to be at the grill every minute, but you have to many steps … Continue reading

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Rainbow of Salad Dressings

We saw this collection of six salad dressing recipes along with pictures in the recent issue of Eating Well (August 2013). This superb compilation again makes us shake our heads over the size of the store-bought dressing industry. In addition … Continue reading

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Slow-Roasted Grape Tomatoes

We are in the pre-fall season we call T.O. That stands for tomato overload. Thankfully, we are not the only ones, and Tiffany Vickers Davis came to our rescue in the October 2013 issue of Cooking Light (page 106). After … Continue reading

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