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Since my wife and I have given up gluten and most grains we keep our eye open for substitutes. This recipe was originally for 5 eggs in a 13×9 pan. Have you ever tried to use 2-1/2 eggs? I modified it to a more manageable size.
The end result is a light and fluffy bread with an herby Italian flair.Read More
Tonight we could not decide what to make for dinner, so we did the obvious thing . . . asked our barista! She said she was hungry for Chicken Cacciatore. So we walked down to the market for fresh ingredients and I PFC’ized it.
We ended up with bowls of Italian PFC Yumm and enough left over for lunches.Read More
This is my new favorite shrimp recipe. The herbs give it a richness. The peppers give it some heat. Allowing the oil to infuse with the flavors prior to cooking the shrimp allows those flavors to embed themselves in the cooking process.Read More
Weekends are a time to splurge on breakfast. I usually have the same thing every morning for breakfast, the weekend gave me an opportunity to spice it up for my wife.
Shakshouka is a dish from North Africa and the Middle East. Because it has eggs it is often seen as a breakfast item. However, it is eaten as an evening meal in the Middle East.Read More
I almost took the lazy way out for dinner tonight and picked up a rotisserie chicken at the market. However, I had a hunger for stuffed peppers and an herb garden bursting with fresh mint. What to do?
I found a recipe that fit the bill and modified it to our eating preferences. Lots of healthy macro-nutrients and bursting with flavor. Never would have considered putting a handful of mint in stuffed peppers, but it worked.
Mint, garlic, raisins, dried apricots, cumin, coriander, cinnamon, Aleppo pepper, the list goes on.
My Saturday morning routine is to may breakfast and enjoy it with my wife. Then I retire to my cave and answer emails while watching cooking shows. Some of my favorites are
- America’s Test Kitchen
- New Scandinavian Cooking
- Good Eats
- Jacques Pépin
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A few years ago I wasn’t fond of salmon at all. However, after learning how to cook it salmon has become a weekly meal. This is one of our favorites. A bit of spice from the chili. A bit of sweet from the maple syrup.Read More
I had some fresh Thai basil growing in our herb garden and needed to learn how to use it. A recipe with Taiwanese Three Cup Chicken sounded good. What is wrong with ginger, garlic, chilies and basil???Read More