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Sep 26

Baked Codfish with Irish Cheese Crust

By Sharon |

This is one of my favorite recipes by Emeril Lagasse.  It’s warm comfort food and easy to prepare. Baked Codfish with Irish Cheese Crust 4fillets codfish filletsskins removed, 6 ounce each 1tsp Essenceseasoning 0.5cup fine bread crumbs 2tbsp melted Irish butter 2tbsp minced fresh parsley 2tsp Strong Irish Mustard or Colman’s English mustard 2tsp minced […]

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Apr 07

Fresh Semolina Pasta Dough

By Sharon |

My original recipe for Fresh Semolina Pasta Dough came from Williams Sonoma. I have used it for years and occasionally add different ingredients such as pesto or as a base to my may Red Chili Pasta Dough. Once you make your own fresh pasta it’s difficult to go back to store bought. Their recipe was done […]

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Polenta
Mar 01

Polenta

By Sharon |

Polenta is a favorite in our house served with sautéed mushrooms and garlic for a great vegetarian and gluten free main dish. Leftovers reheat well. Also excellent served with a Spice Rubbed Pork Tenderloin. Bring vegetable stock and water to a boil in a heavy 4 quart saucepan. Turn heat to medium. Gradually whisk in […]

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Sep 26

Red Chili Pasta Dough

By Sharon |

This Red Chili Pasta Dough is a  great spicy pasta served with vegetables or a light sauce. Can be made into noodles, ravioli or tortellini. Freeze the uncooked pasta for a quick meal on a busy day. In the large bowl of a food processor combine dry ingredients.  Process on low speed just until combined, […]

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Roasted Peppers with Chilies and Tomatoes fresh out of the oven
Sep 19

Roasted Peppers with Chilies and Tomatoes

By Ken |

We saw Jamie Oliver make this recipe of Roasted Peppers with Chilies and Tomatoes on a cooking show and it quickly became a favorite of ours. Preheat Oven to 450 degrees. Cut the 2 peppers for stuffing in half through the stalk. Clean out the inside and leave stem on to make a bowl. Put […]

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Sep 26

Turkey Shepherd’s Pie

By Sharon |

Turkey Shepherd’s Pie is a great way to use up leftover turkey. Save your turkey broth and use in place of the vegetable broth. You can also use ground turkey. Brown it up nicely to bring out all the flavor. I make mine in individual serving casseroles and  freeze the prepared ones. Then on a […]

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Turkey Sloppy Joes
Oct 16

Turkey Sloppy Joes

By Sharon |

Turkey Sloppy Joes are a favorite for a group get together or a regular weekend lunch.  It’s warm and satisfying. Adjust the seasonings to your tastes.  I like mine spicy.

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