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Steelhead of my Dreams

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Posted on: May 17th, 2010

As an avid fisherman, I have always dreamed of wrestling a nice fat Steelhead, but only their smaller cousins the Rainbow Trout live in our local rivers, so I’ll have to wrestle the Steelhead of my dreams in my kitchen. Get facts and tips below along with two tasty recipes.   Chile Citrus Steelhead over…

Asparagus Mushroom Chicken Cutlets

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Posted on: May 10th, 2010

It’s asparagus season, so lets celebrate with this tasty dish!  In this simple preparation (based on what I had on hand) you’ll stack blanched asparagus and mushrooms duxelles (minced and sauteed with shallots and parsley) on chicken cutlets, topping them off with creamy Havarti cheese and a bit of smoky bacon (pancetta would be my…

Tangerine Dream Fish over Jalapeno Mashed Potatoes

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Posted on: May 4th, 2010

The sweetness of fruit piqued with the spice of chiles is a magical combination – and I bring them together every time I can.  In this simple meal, a firm fleshed fish is marinated and cooked with Japanese chiles and tangerine juice and then finished with butter for an irresistible sauce – a perfect pair…

Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Wine Sauce

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Posted on: April 29th, 2010

I’ve been craving a burger, but with the cool weather, Salisbury Steak sounds better.  Here is a recipe with an amazing Mushroom Wine Sauce made simple with More Than Gourmet brand Red Wine Sauce – a top notch foundation sauce you can turn into a wide array of sauces in minutes. Heat and serve Salisbury Steak…

Dig In is a Hit!

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Posted on: April 19th, 2010

I’m proud to be part of a new locally grown TV show – Dig In – a gardening and cooking show from Yellow Gal High Definition and Hijinx Productions and sponsored by Scotts. While it’s only been on for two weeks, the ratings and responses have been great! It airs on FOX at 6:30 am…

Mussels and Pasta Mediterranean

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Posted on: April 14th, 2010

With a fabulous flavor and texture, it’s no wonder Mussels are often called ‘Fruits of the Sea’.  This simple recipe pairs clams with eggplant, mussels, spinach and tomato sauce with squid ink pasta for a tasty dish that’s easy to make. Mussels and Pasta Mediterranean Recipe

Linguini with Clam Sauce

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Posted on: March 29th, 2010

Chewy clams and pasta in a simple sauce made with olive oil, garlic, clam juice and wine. Bursting with the flavor, this dish is for the true seafood lover. Garlic and clam quantity can be adjusted to taste.  Pair with a lightly dressed salad (such as greens, tomatoes and fresh mozzarella with a drizzle of…

Southwestern Chicken Fried Steak

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Posted on: March 22nd, 2010

Proper chicken fried steak is a thing of beauty – and for the lover of Southwestern foods, it just doesn’t get any prettier than this!  A pork or beef cube steak in a tasty masa flour breading over green chili gravy with an egg on top – savor this special supper (or breakfast) with someone…

Corned Beef and Cabbage

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Posted on: March 15th, 2010

The Romans starting Corning beef as a preservation technique, packing meat in ‘corns’ of salt reducing the water activity to slow spoilage – and the resulting cured meat tasted great! The technique has been updated over the years and today corned beef is a favorite in delis and at family tables around the globe.  The…

Mushroom Artichoke Stuffed Breast

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Posted on: March 8th, 2010

Personally I find it hard to resist any food that is stuffed – especially if there are mushrooms, artichokes and Parmigiano Reggiano involved! You’ll love this stuffing in pork chops, a whole chicken and boneless chicken breasts, but I like it best in a bone-in chicken breast with the wings still attached. Bone in breasts…

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