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Recipes Seafood Stuffed Tomatoes

Seafood Stuffed Tomatoes Here’s a great item to serve at summer parties! You can substitute any sort of cooked seafood for the Shrimp if so desired. Ingredients:10 small tomatoes (make sure they are firm)12 oz cooked Shrimp, chopped medium fine1/4 tsp Kosher Salt2/4 tsp cracked Black Pepper1 cup Mayonnaise1 TBS dark brown MustardDiced Fresh Parsley

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Recipes Quick and Easy Salad Recipes

I was born in Chile, South America, and have lived there all of my life. One thing I have really enjoyed is making Chilean salads. All of my family at home prefers making a Chilean salad rather than taking the time to gather all of the different types of vegetables that you have to have

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Recipes Quiche

Quiche is a wonderful dish, as it can be served for any meal and accomodated for a variety of personal tastes. I like this zucchini quiche recipe for its ease of preparation and because it is a great way to use up the extra zucchini from the garden. You can replace one vegetable for another

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Recipes Puttanesca

ALLA PUTTANESCA refers to a type of spaghetti dish. The name of the dish is derived from an Italian word meaning “whore” but the origins of the dish have more to do with late-night female factory workers, not prostitutes. They would eat this spicy dish cold or room temperature after returning from their shift. Here

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Recipes Persimmons

Do you like to pucker? Don’t bother with lemons or limes; bite into an unripe Hachiya persimmon. You’ll pucker all right, thanks to its high tannin content. Tannin is the bitter ingredient that gives black tea its distinctive flavor, ages wine and even tans leather (although leather is tanned with the tannin from fir trees,

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Recipes Pasta Melanzana

Pasta Melanzane is a delicious way to cook eggplant! It’s relatively low-calorie and high in protein and fiber. Cooking it is involved but very easy to do. Everyone will love this dish! INGREDIENTS: 3/4 cup bow tie (farfalle) pasta1 medium eggplant, peeled and cubed4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil4 cloves garlic, finely chopped1 tablespoon butter

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Recipes Macque Choux

A colorful dish with an alliterative name, Macque choux, is a classic southern Louisiana dish thought to be a Cajun/Native American Indian invention using the most traditional and abundant ingredients available. Every Cajun cook has a favorite, and sometimes secret, recipe for Macque Choux. Chef Prudhomme recalls his mother made Macque Choux, which she called

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Recipes Cold Pasta Salad

A cold pasta salad is one of those dishes that is not only delicious but feels distinctly healthy and nutritious.  They can be served as a main course, as a side to something like a grilled meat straight off the barbecue and are perfect as picnic food.  A pasta salad is also a good way

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Recipes Bannock Bread

I first tasted this bread when I visited a friend living on Manitoulin Island. Bannock is a bread prepared and eaten by First Nations people.3 cups flour1/4 cup melted fat (beef or bacon drippings) can be used. (melted butter is a modern option)1/2 tsp. baking soda 2 tbsp. baking powder1/2 tsp. salt1 1/2 cups water

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Mussels with White Wine and Garlic Moules a La Mariniere

Mussels with white wine and garlic is a slight deviation from the classic Moules A La Mariniere. Only by the addition of garlic and that is not strictly true. How ever for my version of the dish you will need. 25g/1oz butter 500g/1lb 2oz mussels 1 shallot or small onion finely diced 1 or 2