Tag Archives: cayenne

Indian Street Corn Salad

This is the follow-up corn recipe we promised you. If you use the leftover corn from the previous recipe (Corn on the Cob with Lime), feel free to bypass the directions regarding the preparation of the corn. On the other … Continue reading

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Corn on the Cob with Lime

So what are you supposed to do with that box of chaat masala we asked you to buy for the last blog recipe (Watermelon LIme Salad)? Never fear. Here is another recipe that puts chaat masala to good use. We … Continue reading

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Spice-Crusted Pork Chops

Some of our frequent guests tried to sway us against a new recipe for grilling pork chops. “They always turn out tough and overcooked.” Well, we didn’t want to be disagreeable, so we made this recipe just for ourselves. The … Continue reading

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Sweet, Salt and Spice Walnuts

Here are the walnuts you need for the previous salad recipe from Joanne Weir. We made the entire 2 cups of walnuts called for in this recipe, so we had extra nuts for a great snack. We do not recommend … Continue reading

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Moroccan Chicken

We looked for a main dish recipe to pair with the intriguing salad we saw Joanne Weir prepare on her PBS television show. This recipe, attributed to Sarah and Annette on allrecipes.com, seemed to fit the bill. The spice profile … Continue reading

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Sweet Corn with Toasted Coconut

Sometimes the story of how we got a recipe is almost as interesting as the recipe itself. This great side dish fits into this category. We have long been fans of local food writer Mary Ellen Evans, who has translated … Continue reading

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Spicy Root Beer and Bourbon Glazed Baby Back Ribs

We have added another rib recipe to the repertoire. This one falls into the category of “oldie, but goodie.” The source is Emeril Lagasse from 2005, and we think we tried this in the past, but never put the recipe … Continue reading

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Poischichade

Don’t be intimidated by the name of this recipe! A translation could be as simple as chickpea (garbanzo bean) dip. In addition, the recipe is extremely simple to prepare, and poischichade makes a nice complement to other summer spreads like … Continue reading

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Slow Cooker Chicken Chermoula

We wanted to try a chicken chermoula recipe we could make in the slow cooker, but we could not find a recipe that matched up. So we took a recipe for a slow-cooker lamb chermoula and adjusted for chicken in … Continue reading

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Sweet and Spicy Roast Vegetables

If you are a follower of our blog, you may have noticed we have several dishes for root vegetables. There are two reasons for this. First, we like root vegetables, and we think they are a part of home cooking … Continue reading

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