Category: Entrees

Peach Glazed Pork Roast

My friend, Julie, is quite the cook and always brings something great to eat whenever she visits.  Last time, she gave us a jar of homemade “Spiced Peach Preserves.”  I was wondering what I would do with it, since I am not a bread and jelly eater.  I had a sudden stroke of ah-ha, and

Cold Asian Noodles & Shrimp

It’s hot.  It’s August. Time for something cold and refreshing for dinner.  This is what I made up in my kitchen this past weekend.  The thing I like about this approach is that you can use any kind of noodle or Asian noodle, and shrimp is the only other non-negotiable ingredient.  While I used what

Shrimp & Grits

A time-honored recipe of the deep South, and in particular the low country of South Carolina, there as many variations of this dish as there are cooks that make it.  Once you’re past the shrimp and grits part, the rest is left to the culinary imagination.  However, I think most everyone agrees the grits should

Apricot Brandy Glazed Cornish Game Hens with Wild Rice Casserole

A Rock Cornish Game Hen is not from Cornwall, and neither did it originate there.  It is not a game bird, but domestically raised.  And it may or may not in fact be a hen; fifty/fifty it’s a male bird.  So what the hell is it?  It’s a small chicken.  Period.  The USDA defines it

Ham & Asparagus Omelet Casserole

I make it a rule to never post anything in my recipe blog that I haven’t eaten.  And while I also generally hold that it is something I have also prepared, that doesn’t preclude me from posting a recipe actually made by my Number One Fan.  This is a delicious, light, dinner casserole, but it

New Orelans Style Crab Au Gratin

This is actually a recipe that I am still trying to perfect and I’d like a little feedback.  If you have a recipe for Crab Au Gratin, I’d love to collaborate with you.  I wasn’t happy with the outcome of this dish, even though I modified it from its original source, which unfortunately I didn’t

Korean Style Short Rib Tacos with Cucumber Slaw

This recipe is just unbelievably good.  Although it is a relatively easy recipe to follow, it takes two days to make.  Day One is a crock pot affair with the ribs as they cook down all day.  Day Two is the all-important step of removing most of the fat from the dish, and then simmering

Sweet and Sour Pork

What to do with a leftover pork loin roast?  I was faced with that question and decided to try my hand at a recipe for sweet and sour pork.  After considerable research on the Internet, I devised may own recipe that came from many differing approaches, and bearing in mind that I prefer a wheat-free,

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