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My Favorite Chili

November 16, 2018 Uncategorized  No comments

Winter is coming and it feels like a great time for a big pot of chili.  I love the taste of a variety of fresh peppers and many spices.

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Crispy Chicken with Pan Sauce (Pickled Cherry Peppers/Thyme)

October 21, 2016 Recipes  No comments

This recipe presents a skin-on boneless chicken breast where the skin actually has a crunch.  Pair that crunch with a naturally sweet and sour pan sauce made with shallots, pickled cherry peppers and thyme.

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Grilled Tropical Shrimp and Chicken Salad

June 9, 2016 Recipes  No comments

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Shrimp Banh Mi Coconut Shrimp

May 19, 2016 Recipes  No comments

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Chicken Caeser “Pizza”

May 19, 2016 Uncategorized  No comments

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Herb Crusted Roast Pork Loin

April 27, 2016 Recipes  No comments

The multitude of herbs and oil make a crunchy crust bursting with flavor.

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Maple-Chipotle Salmon

April 26, 2016 Recipes  No comments

This had a great combination of sweet and spicy.  It serves well with roasted asparagus and avocado salsa.

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Flaxseed Focaccia Bread

April 25, 2016 Recipes  No comments

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.

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Chicken Cacciatore

April 20, 2016 Recipes  No comments

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.

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Moroccan Eggs (Shakshouka)

April 10, 2016 Recipes  No comments

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.

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