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Yukon Potatoes O’Brien

Potatoes O’Brien is one of the favorite recipes in the “potato repertoire” and is one of the first potato recipes many breakfast cooks ever learn to make. One of the important “keys” to this recipe is to use the right potato, which is a potato of the “waxy” variety. Waxy potatoes of this nature include…

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Basil Pesto

Basil Pesto is a staple condiment in Italian cuisine and is magical when introduced to SO many dishes. Its claim to fame was its finishing dollop in Minestrone Soup but is just as often sen tossed with pasta, and as a topping for fish, seafood and poultry dishes. One of the great things about basil…

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Beef Sirloin Chili

Chili, as most of us know it, began in the Southwest, United States and became most popular in Texas. There is much debate, especially in Texas, on whether or not this dish (which they call a bowl of red), should contain beans. In the northern states, bean are usually contained in the recipe, and they…

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Salmon Salad with Lemon and Dill

This salad is very adaptable and can deserved as a salad over your favorite greens, or, as an appetizer with crackers and fresh vegetables. It is also a fabulous topping over toasted croustades. Optional garnishments include chopped hard cooked egg, chopped chives or a thin slice of grape tomato.

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Sweet Corn Chowder with Bacon & Red Skin Potatoes

Any Chowder is a GREAT soup  on a cold winter day. This soup is a hearty combination of corn, hickory smoked bacon, sweet onions, red bell peppers and red skin potatoes. Why not make a BIG batch and freeze it in quart containers to enjoy all throughout the upcoming winter months!

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Coney Corn Dog “Pups”

Straight from the Carnival Mid-Way, comes this beloved recipe for our version of Corn Dogs, which is a delicious treat for both young and old. Cut into smaller “pups”, they can be served as a fun appetizer treat or, piled high for a straight up carnival meal. Omitting the chili powder and cumin will give…

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Chicken Quesadillas

One of the staples of Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine, Quesadillas are a “flattened” expression of a soft tortilla taco which is then baked or griddled. This recipe is the standard interpretation of the chicken version and uses the pulled meat from a Cattleman’s rotisserie chicken. Besides the refried beans, onions, peppers and cheese garnishments, feel…

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Michigan Sweet Corn Fritters

While sweet corn from “anywhere” is delicious, you can’t beat Michigan’s Sweet Corn when it is in season, which is from late July until mid-September. There are so many great recipes for sweet corn. From eating right off the cob, to enjoying it in salads, casseroles, salsas, soups, in corn bread or, in any number…

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Rollatini di Melanzana (Eggplant Rollatini)

This classic Italian eggplant dish is a MUST try. Even people who have never tried (or are scared) of eggplant LOVE this recipe. This is a meatless dish and a good choice for Lent but you CAN add some Italian sausage or chicken or even shrimp to the stuffing for a truly exceptional dinner party…

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