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    Meyer Lemon Carnitas

    Don’t you love when a dish that you’ve heard breathless praise about lives up to its expectation? Having fallen head over heels for pulled pork, the call of carnitas had to be addressed.  Carnitas are a Mexican pork dish, where the meat is first braised, then sautéed for a wonderful flavor and texture.  As with... MORE

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    Recipe: Chocolate Vanilla Cake

    Do you have both chocolate and vanilla lovers in your home?  I do.  So when there is a celebration and you make the mistake of saying, “should I made a chocolate cake or vanilla cake”do  you get contradictory answers that are completely unhelpful in sum?  I do. I made this cake on just such an... MORE

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    Recipe: A Superbowl Menu…in process

    Oh, is the Superbowl this Sunday? I almost forgot. It’s not like I live in New York City where the traffic is snarled for miles because of Superbowl Boulevard, (toboggan ride, anyone?) and you can buy a Broncos or a Seahawks jersey or thong in any number of locations (yes, I said thong). And if... MORE

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    Recipe: Jamaican Jerk-Style Marinade

      If you have a blender of a food processor, this marinade comes together in two shakes.  It’s great on pork and chicken.  Marinate for 4 to 12 hours in the refrigerator, then you can either grill or broil, depending on the weather or where you live.  Serve with lots of rice, sautéed greens, and... MORE

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    Standing Rib Roast for a Small Crowd

    This is this week’s Downton Abbey recipe post, and a culinary commentary on the changing times of the English aristocracy in the early 20th century.  Ok, no it’s not.  It is a commentary on the fact the normally exorbitantly priced prime bone in rib roast was on crazy sale at one of my favorite supermarkets... MORE

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    Recipe: Shredded Sauteed Brussels Sprouts

    Engaging in a conversation about brussels sprouts often leads to disagreement.  Many strong opinions here, love/hate, roasted vs. sauteed, whole vs. halved vs. sliced, shredded vs. “petals.”  I love them all ways — my family has differing opinions.  This recipe pleased three out of four of us, and to paraphrase Meatloaf (the singer, not the... MORE

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