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Chicken Breasts with Curry Sauce and Golden Raisins

We can never have enough recipes for boneless chicken breasts. Especially recipes that answer the question, “What do we have to eat NOW?” Add in the bonus that this recipe grills the chicken to a delicious result, and bingo, we … Continue reading

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Asparagus Spinach Salad with Tahini Dressing

This salad strikes a nice balance between a traditional leafy green salad and a side dish of green vegetables. We were tiring of roasted asparagus or steamed broccoli or some version of green beans at Easter. This recipe came from … Continue reading

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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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Salted Caramel and Vanilla Baked Cheesecake

The itinerant baker in the family is home from college, so she forced her way into our kitchen and made this cheesecake, then forced us to eat for Christmas Eve dinner! Seriously, we welcome her presence in our kitchen, and … Continue reading

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Tat Soi Salad with Lemon-Ginger Vinaigrette

Our latest food share from the community farm contained tat soi, also known as spinach mustard or spoon mustard. The plant is great for our clime, since its leaves hug the ground in a rosette fashion, allowing the plant to … Continue reading

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Pork Chops with Cherry Couscous

We served this with the Yellow Plum Salad listed in the previous post. We have a frequent dinner “guest,” who claims she doesn’t like couscous or pork chops, but this dish got a thumbs up. We liked the texture the … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Country Captain

This is an updated version of a recipe from the time when the British East India Company controlled India. Legend has it that an English sea captain involved in the spice trade developed the original recipe, but the recipe caught … Continue reading

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