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If you ask me what my favorite salad green is, I’d tell you it’s arugula. If you ask me what my second favorite salad green is, I’d say lettuce. If you ask me what kind of lettuce, I’d tell you any kind except iceberg lettuce. If you ask me what other vegetables I want in [...]

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New York cocktail

And there it goes again — the reference to the Super Bowl. This drink from The Slow Roasted Italian, called the New York Cocktail, was ?invented? in honor of the New York Giants which I?ve only vaguely heard of. Categorized as a ?ladies? drink? (why, I have no idea), this is a bright-looking and fresh-tasting [...]

Posted on Home Cooking Rocks! on 2012-02-03 12:10:25
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Skillet sausage and eggs

A perfect breakfast dish that you can enjoy any time of the day. It’s the classic sausage-and-egg dish cooked with a twist. The sausages are sliced and browned in a skillet, onions, tomatoes and fresh basil are added, meat and veggies are pushed to create craters, eggs are cracked into the craters and cooking continues [...]

Posted on Home Cooking Rocks! on 2012-02-03 12:10:25
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Chicken, tofu and spinach stir-fry

A little chicken goes a long, long way. Two well-seasoned chicken thigh fillets were cut into bite-size pieces, stir fried with garlic and ginger, tossed with silken tofu and blanched spinach. A drizzle of fish sauce, light soy sauce and lemon juice were added and lunch was ready. Sounds simple, right? And it is. The [...]

Posted on Home Cooking Rocks! on 2012-02-03 05:10:30
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Sausage muffins

Spending time on Tumblr has its benefits (yes, I do have an account there). I come across food blogs I’ve never seen before, get acquainted with other food bloggers and discover dishes that are totally out-of-this-world terrific.¬†For instance, although I have read and heard about “Super Bowl” recipes before, I never knew exactly what they [...]

Posted on Home Cooking Rocks! on 2012-02-02 11:40:27
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Bacon-wrapped chicken satay

Think of satay (that ubiquitous Southeast Asian food that consists of skewered and grilled small pieces of marinated meat) and rumaki (bacon wrapped liver attributed to Polynesia but may not have really originated there). Combine the two and this is what this dish is all about. Small pieces of chicken thigh fillet are marinated in [...]

Posted on Home Cooking Rocks! on 2012-02-02 06:00:26
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Chicken with mixed berries and almonds

I’ve heard it often said that sweet and spicy go well together as they enhance each other’s flavor. Well, this dish proves the truth of that statement. The chicken fillets were cooked in white wine with sweet-tangy dried berries, ginger and chili. Pearl onions and toasted almonds were added for a surprising contrast. I often [...]

Posted on Home Cooking Rocks! on 2012-02-01 09:00:32
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Rocky road: a no-bake, no-cook dark chocolate dessert

Wouldn’t it be lovely if the most delectable desserts were fuss-free and did not require baking nor cooking? Unfortunately, most desserts take a lot of time and effort to prepare. Fortunately, there is rocky road which requires no baking nor cooking but demands patience for it needs to set perfectly before it is cut and [...]

Posted on Home Cooking Rocks! on 2012-02-01 03:10:30
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The quickest pork and tofu curry ever

Ground pork and lightly fried firm tofu cubes make the base for this tasty and fast-cooking curried dish. If you aren’t into tofu, you can omit it. I added tofu because I love tofu and I find that an otherwise too-heavy dish becomes so much lighter and easier to digest when tofu replaces part of [...]

Posted on Home Cooking Rocks! on 2012-01-31 06:20:41
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Green, red and yellow curry: what?s the difference?

First of all, curry is a blend of spices, not a single spice. It is primarily used in South Asian and Southeast Asian cooking although it is fast becoming popular outside of these regions. What spices are included in the mix varies from cook to cook and region to region. For the home cook, the [...]

Posted on Home Cooking Rocks! on 2012-01-31 04:00:41
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Tea milkshake

I never liked milk in my tea. I always felt that the milk drowned out the delicate flavors of the tea. It wasn’t until Alex developed an affinity for milk tea and learned how to prepare it at home that I slowly got over my aversion for milk in my tea. So much so that [...]

Posted on Home Cooking Rocks! on 2012-01-30 16:57:18

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