What To Do With Left-Over Grilled Salmon? Last night I grilled up some fresh grilled salmon and served it to my family with a tomato, basil & mozzarella salad with the tomatoes and basil straight out of our garden. There was extra salmon because my oldest daughter decided to go watch one of her schoolmates […]
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A Simple Barley Risotto with Tomatoes and Basil When you think of risotto, you more than likely think of an Italian dish prepared with Arborio rice, a high-starch, short grain white rice popular when making this dish. Because arborio rice easily absorbs liquids and release its starches, you end up with a creamy dish flavored […]
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How I Cook Fresh Rainbow Trout Filets On Top of the Stove Sunday night we were having company so my wife and I picked up some fresh trout at the farmer’s market in the morning after taking our dog Bailey for a hike. I have gotten to know one of the fishmongers at the market […]
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A Classic Greek Sauce For Lamb, Chicken or Veggies Last night we grilled up some bone-in lamb loin chops and served them with this traditional Mediterranean cucumber, yogurt sauce called tzatziki and it’s incredible. I can see myself serving this with other meats and poultry or as a dip with vegetables or pita bread. For […]
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How Do I Know When Shrimp Are Perfectly Cooked & Ready to Eat? There are many ways to cook and serve shrimp. Do you remember Pvt. Benjamin Buford’s line in Forest Gump? “Anyway, like I was sayin’, shrimp is the fruit of the sea. You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it, sauté […]
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