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Stealth Cooking makes sesame seed dressing
This salad dressing pairs well with any salad that has an Asian flair. Its featured with ahi tuna salad, but I also love it with salad topped with blackened chicken. My inspiration for this one comes from one of my favorite cookbooks, Santa Fe Light & Spicy Recipe. Stealthy Cooking Tip: Make extra dressing, then keep the remainder in the refrigerator. Homemade salad dressings will keep in the frig for several days, up to one week.
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Just the 2 of Us makes a pork filet
My friend Kay discovered Chef Jimmy Boswells Facebook page and kept posting all the wonderful pictures of the food he made. ... He does make some incredible-looking food, plus he just published an e-cookbook called Eating Savory, which is gluten-free and Paleo recipes. I downloaded the recipes and decided to blog some of the recipes that I try. I thought this would be both healthy and a new inspiration for the blog.
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Tates Kitchen cooks soup
It is hot. We do not have air conditioning in this house. I do not want to be in the kitchen. But then the new issue of Food & Wine shows up so here I go, into the kitchen. I had picked up a few zucchini from Hearty Fork Farm last weekend, And then my neighbor left another bag of zucchini on my porch. I decided I would share this soup recipe first. I know. I just said it is HOT and here I am making soup. I imagine you can add whatever additional ingredients you love with your zucchini. I added lots of pepper, a dollop of sour cream and some fresh dill.
Read more: www.tateskitchen.com