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Primal Primos Taco Seasoning

Store bought seasoning packets can be full of salt, MSG and other chemicals. Make your own seasonings at home to save yourself some money with much better quality ingredients! Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)Primal Primos Taco Seasoning is a post from: P...
by Paleo Recipes on Jan 26, 2015

Roasted (and Herb Marinated) Garlic

  I am re-posting this from the archives, with some changes. Last weekend we had our home smelling of roasted garlic, olive oil and rosemary.   I did something different other than just roasting the garlic pods. I peeled the roasted clov...
by eCurry on Jan 21, 2015

Five (5) Delicious Dips in ‘Arabian’ Cuisine

Here are five delicious dips from Arabic/ Levant Cuisine 1. Hummus The standard bearer, and vanilla essence of Arabian dips. It is made from boiled chickpeas, pureed and flavoured with tahini- sesame seed paste, olive oil, lemon juice. Variations...
by Kitchen Butterfly on Jan 14, 2015

Pineapple Cranberry Chutney

  One year flew by. Didn’t it?  Never to come back. Never to repeat. Never to offer us another chance. Is this why at every New Year’s eve I prefer staying home instead of attending parties and calling in another New Year?  To m...
by eCurry on Jan 11, 2015

Yummy Baba Ghanoush with Spouted Garbanzos + Sun-dried Tomatoes

Baba Ghanoush is a popular hummus-style spread of Lebanese descent. It features nutritionally dense eggplants and tahini as well as raw garlic and extra virgin olive oil. In this version, I added sprouted garbanzo beans and sun-dried tomatoes to crea...
by Hug a Tree with Me on Jan 7, 2015

Indian mix vegetable pickle for winter

With new hopes, aspirations and resolutions we are welcoming 2015 on a spicy note. Well, little unconventional way to welcome the new year, but the season is waning, and so the winter fresh vegetables and before the season last, I want you to make t...
by saffronstreaks on Jan 4, 2015

Vinagreta de Aguacate (Avocado Vinaigrette)

This simple Avocado Vinaigrette or Vinagreta de Aguacate is popular all over Colombia. Serve with your favorite salad greens or use it as a dip for vegetables. Keep refrigerated up to 2 hours. Ingredients (4-6 SERVINGS) 2 ripe small avocados 1 lime 1...
by My Colombian Recipes on Dec 29, 2014

MAKE BUTTER IN YOUR STAND MIXER

Do you have a lot of heavy whipping cream leftover from the holidays like I do?  If so, consider turning it into butter with your stand mixer. It only takes about 15 minutes tops, and the mixer does all the work.This isn't something I would ...
by All About Recipes Cake on Dec 26, 2014

Lawsuit About Mayonnaise Dropped

In the old days, the battle between condiments was fought by Hellmann’s Mayonnaise and Miracle Whip. That was mostly a debate about taste rather than substance...
by Cnet Analysis on Dec 19, 2014

Homemade Italian Dressing #PantryInsiders

Homemade Italian Dressing Disclosure: This Homemade Italian Dressing recipe is a sponsored post on behalf of the Pompeian #PantryInsiders.  As always all opinions are my own. Homemade is always so much better. Homemade salad dressing is so easy to...
by Flour On My Face on Dec 15, 2014

Pork Chops with Prune Sauce (Chuletas de Cerdo con Salsa de Ciruelas)

Colombians love all kinds of meat and pork is one of the country’s favorites. I remember my grandmother saying that she did not have any food in the house with which to cook, yet the pantry and refrigerator were filled with food. For Mamita and...
by My Colombian Recipes on Dec 14, 2014

Part 3: The Fundamentals of Jollof Rice

Jollof rice: rice perfection that’s half way between the dryness of pilaf and the creaminess of risotto. ‘Traditionally’, Jollof rice is made with specific ingredients which define the perfect pot – from long-grain rice...
by Kitchen Butterfly on Nov 26, 2014

Cranberry and Ricotta Napoleons

By Kasey Ahlquist I miss being a kid. When I was a kid, the holidays meant running around like a banshee with my cousins, eating olives and pickles from my Grandmother’s adorable segmented dishes and sporting matching candy cane pajamas with my sis...

Cranberry and Ricotta Napoleons

By Kasey Ahlquist I miss being a kid. When I was a kid, the holidays meant running around like a banshee with my cousins, eating olives and pickles from my Grandmother’s adorable segmented dishes and sporting matching candy cane pajamas with my sis...

Turkey Gravy

Turkey Gravy Makes 6 cups of gravy 1/3 cup unsalted butter 1/3 cup all-purpose flour (or 3 tablespoons banana flour) 6 cups liquid made up of turkey drippings and/or chicken stock* Fine grain sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste 1. Make...
by La Fuji Mama on Nov 19, 2014

Big Fat Daddy's Zesty Marinade Recipe Ribs Chicken Steak

These boneless ribs come out tender and pack a punch with my Big Fat Daddy's zesty marinade. See how to do this Boneless Country Ribs meal here. I get asked a lot about basting meats, using marinades or using injections.  This is something...
by Big Fat Daddy's Barbecue on Nov 9, 2014

Doubly Hot Horseradish Mustard

We’ve been making this mustard for years; and when the current batch is gone, it’s not long before someone’s whipping up another one – it’s that terrific and that easy.   Supermarket varieties seem insipid and expensive compared t...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Oct 29, 2014

Homemade Vanilla Extract

It’s easy to make your own vanilla extract rather than buying the expensive little bottles of (often fake) extract at the store.  All it takes are a few vanilla beans, a tall bottle, and some vodka.  Once it’s made, you can kee...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Oct 27, 2014

Honey Chipotle Turkey Meatballs

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #VivaLaMorena #CollectiveBias Chipotle is a great, versatile chile that can be incorporated into so many dishes. Whether those dishes are savor...
by Nibbles & Feasts on Oct 18, 2014

Spiced Cherry Cranberry Chutney – Not Just For The Holidays

  One of my favorite parts of the holiday meals are the leftovers.  To me, there is nothing like a fab turkey or ham sandwich with a bit of cranberry relish to accent it.  I have a fave store-bought Cranberry Orange Apple relish that I keep stocke...
by Cooking In Stilettos on Oct 9, 2014


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