2 cups flour
2 cups corn meal
1/2 cup sugar
2 tsp salt
1 tbsp vanilla
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1/4 tsp dry mustard
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 cup sugar
4 tsp vinegar
1 cup mayonnaise
2 tsp celery seed (optional)
20 oz cabbage, shredded
1/4 cup carrots, grated
Whisk together dry mustard, salt, sugar and vinegar until dissolved; add mayonnaise (and celery seed) and whisk to mix. Stir mixture into shredded cabbage and carrots. Refrigerate for 2 hours before serving.
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1 tbsp Italian Seasoning
1 tsp ground black pepper
2 tsp marjoram
1 tsp sage
1/2 cup dried minced onion
2/3 cup dried minced celery
5 cups water
1-1/2 cubes butter
1/3 cup chicken Better than Bouillon
16 cups bread, cubed and dried
2 lbs sage sausage, prepared
2 cans (4-oz each) water chestnuts, chopped
1 lb mushrooms, sliced and sautéed
1 cup dried sweetened cranberries
pine nuts, roasted
Combine Italian Seasoning (or substitute Herbes de Provence), black pepper, marjoram, and sage in a spice grinder and grind into a fine powder; pour into a small mixing bowl. Stir onion and celery into the herb mixture. In a large stock pot, bring water, butter, and better than bouillon to a boil; stir in herb mixture. Remove from heat; add bread crumbs and stir to moisten. Cover with lid and allow the stuffing to sit for five to ten minutes. Stir in all remaining ingredients, reserving some of the pine nuts and dried cranberries. Place mixture in two 9×13 pans and heat under broiler until the top is slightly browned. Top with reserved pine nuts and dried cranberries.
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This, our favorite wheat waffle recipe, comes from Grandma Honey. When our kids wake to the sound of the wheat whirling in the blender they know that Grandma Honey’s wheat waffles will soon be on the table.
3⁄4 cup whole wheat
1 1⁄2 cups milk
2 tbsp corn meal
2 tbsp oat meal
2 tbsp oat bran
1 tbsp raw sugar
1⁄4 cup butter
1 tbsp baking powder
Blend whole wheat and milk in blender for 3 to 4 minutes. While still blending, add corn meal, oat meal, oat bran, eggs, raw sugar and butter. Turn off blender and add baking powder. Blend for 3 to 4 seconds. Cook in waffle iron. If batter rises too much, stir with spoon.
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1 1/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup oil
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 1/2 cup flour
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
1 1/2 cup zucchini, grated
1/2 cup butter
4 oz cream cheese
1 tsp vanilla
3 cups powdered sugar
Beat eggs; add sugar, oil and cinnamon. Sift together flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt. Add to eggs. Stir in zucchini. Place in a 8×8 baking dish and bake at 350º for 30 to 35 minutes.
Use mixer to combine butter, cream cheese and vanilla. Mix in powdered sugar.
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I learned to love peanut sauce (pindasaus) while living in The Netherlands. An Indonesian meal just isn’t right without it! This delicious sauce is a favorite of every member of our family. We use it most often to smother skewers of chicken (Satay Ajam) or pork (Satay Babi), over vegetables (Gado Gado), or with mayonnaise and diced onions to top frites (Patatje Oorlog). There are two kinds of people in the world; those who love peanut sauce, and those who haven’t eaten it often enough to crave it… yet!
1⁄2 cup peanut butter
1⁄2 tsp garlic
1 tbsp lemon juice
1 tbsp ketjap manis (sweet soy sauce)
1 can (14 oz) coconut milk
3 tbsp brown sugar
1⁄8 tsp hot curry powder
1⁄4 tsp sambal oelek (or to taste)
In saucepan, melt peanut butter; add garlic. Heat until texture is creamy. Add lemon juice and ketjap manis. Sauce will become quite thick. Stir in coconut milk, brown sugar, curry powder and sambal.
For a slight variation, I will often add a couple of teaspoons of fresh ginger, or even a little lemon grass.
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1-1/4 cups flour
1 cup butter, melted
2 cups clam juice
2 cups water
3/4 cup sherry
1 tsp Tabasco
4 tsp salt
1/2 tbsp black pepper
1 tsp fresh thyme leaves
5 bay leaves
4 cups potatoes, diced
2 cups celery, diced
2 cup onion, diced
2 cup leeks, diced
1 large green bell pepper, diced
2 cups clams, chopped
2 qts half and half
2 tsp red wine vinegar
Combine melted butter and flour in oven-proof container and bake at 350° for 30 minutes. In a large saucepan, combine remaining ingredients except half and half and vinegar. Simmer until potatoes are thoroughly cooked. Add butter-flour mixture and stir until very thick. Remove chowder from heat. Stir in half and half until blended. Heat to serving temperature, stirring occasionally. Stir in vinegar just prior to serving.
(Updated 27 Oct 2018)
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Ok, my friends, don’t get me started! Just believe me when I say, Fries are NOT French! Whether it be because of the style of the cut (frenched) or the native language of many of their early purveyors, french and fries have been erroneously linked as the name of a true Belgian creation, Frites! Calling these spears of deliciousness French is, well, just wrong.
Real frites are double fried, delivering a soft and fluffy interior and crisp exterior. They are traditionally salted and served with mayonnaise. But, if you are feeling a bit more adventurous, try some of the typical toppings for Frites from the Netherlands and Belgium found under Serving Suggestions at the end of the recipe. My personal favorite… Patat Speciaal!
Wash and slice potatoes (either peeled or unpeeled) into thick strips; place in a large bowl of fresh cold water and soak for 20 minutes or more. Heat oil to 275° to 300°. Line a large paper bag with paper towels. Fry sliced potato fries in batches for +/-5 minutes per batch being careful to keep oil temperature in range. Place fried potatoes in prepared paper bag and allow to cool. Increase oil temperature to 375° to 400°; fry in batches a second time for +/-5 minutes per batch. Place fries on a baking dish lined with paper towels and sprinkle with salt (and pepper, if desired) immediately. Devour.
Real Belgian frites (french fries) are always pre-soaked in water and then fried twice. This results in a crisp outside and fluffy interior.
Patat Met – Fries with mayonnaise
Patat Speciaal – Fries with mayonnaise, curry ketchup, and topped with onions
Patatje Oorlog – Fries with mayonnaise, peanut sauce, sambal oelek, and topped with onions
Patatje Joppie – Fries with mayonnaise mixed with yellow curry spices, and topped with onions
Frieten met Stoofvlees – Fries with Belgian stew
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On vacation in Corfu, Greece, we visited a small waterside restaurant where we ate the most amazing gyro. Moist and tender, this true Greek gyro was nothing like the meatloaf-like gyro we find in the US. This chicken version is a delicious reminder of our experiences on this family vacation.
4 lbs boneless, skinless chicken thighs
2 tbsp garlic, minced
1/3 cup lemon juice
1/3 cup plain greek yogurt
2 tbsp white wine vinegar
2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
3 tbsp dried oregano
2 tsp salt
2 English cucumbers, diced with water squeezed out
2 1/2 cups plain greek yogurt
2 tbsp lemon juice
3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 tsp garlic, minced
1 tsp salt
1 English cucumber, diced
4-5 tomatoes, seeded and diced
1/2 large red onion
1/4 cup fresh parsley, chopped
salt and pepper
Flat bread or pita
Combine marinade ingredients in a gallon Ziploc bag; add chicken and marinate in the refrigerator (3 to 24 hours[overnight is best]). In a medium mixing bowl, stir together sauce ingredients a minimum of 30 minutes prior to serving. Next, combine all salad ingredients in a separate bowl. Refrigerate sauce and salad until ready to serve.
Grill marinated chicken.
To serve, place some of the salad mixture in the center of flat bread; top with chicken and sauce.
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1 pkg (8-oz) cream cheese, softened
1/4 cup butter, softened
1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
1-2 tsp vanilla extract
Mix all cake ingredients except chocolate chips. Stir in chocolate chips and pour into a greased bundt cake pan. Bake at 350° for 45-50 minutes. Cool in pan for 20 minutes before removing.
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1 cup Ritz or Club crackers, crushed
1/2 cup pecans, chopped fine
3 tbsp butter, melted
16 oz cream cheese, softened
4 oz blue cheese, crumbled
1/4 cup heavy cream
1 tbsp dried basil
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp white pepper
3 eggs, room temperature
1/4 cup green onions, diced
2 cups water
Lightly spray a 6-inch springform pan with cooking spray. Line base of springform pan with parchment using spray to keep in place. Spray one additional coat of cooking spray.
Combine crackers, pecans and butter and press onto base and sides of springform pan.
Beat cream cheese, blue cheese, and cream until smooth. Add basil garlic powder and white pepper; beat to combine. Beat in eggs, one at a time until just combined. Fold in green onions and pour into crust. Tent with foil.
Place steamer insert in base of Instant Pot and add 2 cups water. Layer a paper towel and two layers foil under springform pan and wrap up the sides with paper towel between springform pan and foil. Carefully place cheesecake in the center of the pot. Secure lid and close release valve. Cook on manual setting at high pressure for 40 minutes. When cooking is complete, allow Instant Pot to release and depressurize naturally.
Remove cheesecake from Instant Pot and cool on rack for 1 hour and in refrigerator for an additional 4 hours. Remove cheesecake from springform pan and plate. Serve with crackers, pears, apples, etc.
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4 large eggs
1 1/2 cups milk
1 1/2 cups flour
1/4 tsp salt
Combine flour and salt in a large mixing bowl. Make a well in the center; add eggs and 1/2 of the milk in the center. Whisk constantly until all of the flour is drawn in and incorporated into a thick mixture. Add remaining milk and whisk until smooth.
Strain batter to remove lumps; rest for 30 minutes.
Brush pan with melted butter and cook each side until desired doneness is achieved.
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This amazingly easy recipe uses a sous-vide bath with a mason jar to cook cheesecake to the perfect temperature.
32-oz cream cheese, softened
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 tsp kosher salt
6 large eggs
2 tsp vanilla extract
1 cup buttermilk
Prepare sous-vide using a pot deep enough to submerge a 1 gallon mason jar; preheat water to 80˚C.
Place cream cheese, sugar and salt into the bowl of a food processor and blend until smooth. Add eggs and vanilla and mix. Scrape down the sides of the bowl and process again until all ingredients are fully incorporated and no chunks remain. Stir in buttermilk. Pour contents into a 1 gallon mason jar; hand tighten lid.
Submerge filled mason jar in heated sous-vide bath and cook for 90 minutes; remove from bath and cool. Spoon into bowls and serve with slightly crushed Golden Grahams cereal and your topping of choice.
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8 oz wild rice
1/4 cup lemon juice
2 tbsp sugar
1/2 tsp Lawry’s seasoned salt
1 1/2 tsp dill seed, coarsely ground
2 shallots, thinly sliced
1/2 cup dried cherries, chopped
1 sm head red cabbage, shredded
1/2 cup flat-leaf parsley, chopped
1/4 cup olive oil
salt and pepper to taste
Prepare wild rice according to package instructions.
In a large bowl, combine lemon juice, Lawry’s seasoned salt, sugar, dill seed, shallots, dried cherries and cabbage. Mix well and let stand for 5 minutes. Stir in prepared wild rice, parsley and olive oil. Season with salt and black pepper.
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Sous-vide is a method of cooking in vacuum-sealed plastic pouches placed in a water bath at an accurately regulated temperature. This method cooks the item evenly, ensuring that the inside is properly cooked without overcooking the outside. The result is ridiculously moist, perfectly cooked food every time!
Crio Brü-Spiced Pork Tenderloin is perfect served over Red Cabbage and Wild Rice Slaw!
2-3 tbsp Crio Bru
1 tbsp light brown sugar
2 tsp kosher salt
1 tsp black pepper (freshly ground)
1 tsp ground cumin
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp paprika
1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
1 tsp onion powder (optional)
2 lb pork tenderloin
Prepare sous-vide and preheat water to 57˚C.
In a mixing bowl, combine all ingredients except pork and mustard. Rinse tenderloin and pat dry with paper towels; rub with a very thin layer of mustard (just enough to help spice mix to stick). Press spice mix onto all sides of tenderloin. Once evenly coated with the rub mixture, place tenderloin in a vacuum seal bag and vacuum seal.
Fully submerge sealed tenderloin in preheated sous vide bath for about 90 minutes (up to six hours).
Heat a cast iron frying pan and brown on all four sides for about one minute per side. Rest for 2-3 minutes before slicing into 1/4 slices (against the grain).
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2 lbs cherry tomatoes, halved
3 tbsp hoisin sauce
3 tbsp seasoned rice vinegar
2 tbsp sambal oelek
1 tbsp ketjap manis
2 tsp fish sauce
salt and pepper
Combine ingredients and refrigerate for several hours before serving.
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Combine all ingredients except oil in a large Ziploc bag. Remove air and let stand in refrigerator for at least 8 hours (up to 4 days), turning regularly. Add oil +/- 1 hour before serving.
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