Roasted Pork Belly

I went to the market today to get a 2.5 kilo (about 5 lbs) pork belly so that I could make Jamie’s crispy, budget pork belly(under 2 pounds per serving, Frugal).   But to my dismay, they only had small … Continue reading →

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Omuraisu is a Japanese omelette or, deconstructed, fried rice wrapped in an egg omelette. Ketchup is traditionally added to the filling and used as decoration for the top.  However our family, not being anywhere near Japanese, thinks that ketchup is only … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2016-03-17 17:00:41
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Pork Chop and Turnip Curry

From time to time when we are in the supermarket, my husband calls my attention to Glutton Man, thick pork chops.  Apparently, some time in his life he had one of these 1 lb babies, stuffed with bread crumbs, served to him. … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2016-03-16 16:30:45
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Grilled Honey Mustard Corned Beef with Colcannon

  Scranton, PA “had the Irish in” yesterday, featuring the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, corned beef, cabbage and sanctioned binge drinking.  Although Scranton is a mere 35 minutes from Honesdale, we chose not to attend the festivities, graciously ceding … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2016-03-13 19:41:14
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German Style Cabbage with Bacon Ends

Everyone in my family likes vegetables and eat them as a matter of course.  Praise be to Jesus :D   Naturally, they have their individual favorites and preparation styles.  All of them love my German style cabbage and ask for … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2016-03-09 14:40:56
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A Visit to the German Butcher

Whenever I start a sentence “A Visit”, I always think of a short story I read back in the day, “A Visit from the Footbinder”, by Emily Prager.  I really loved that story but that has nothing to do with … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2016-03-06 17:30:48
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Succulent Pork Roast with Apples and Onions

I had to empty out my old, stainless steel refrigerator in preparation for the arrival of the new, white refrigerator.  Though tedious, it gave me a chance to find out exactly what I had in the freezer.  While most of the frozen … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2016-03-04 18:50:59
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Fish Soup with Leafy Green Vinaigrette

Well at last I’ve found a decent source for fresh fish in Scranton.  The name of the shop is South Side Seafood, owned by Carl and John Pazzaglia Jr.  My neighbor Caroline was kind enough to introduce me to this source … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2016-02-28 19:00:54
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Old School Easy Chicken and Noodles

I was thinking about a woman I met in Niger.  She was from some southern state, I don’t remember which, but she made the best chicken and noodles I have ever tasted, better than my mom’s.  Normally this epitome of … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2016-02-25 18:21:08
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Spice Rubbed Beef with Crispy Roasted Vegetables

I went into the Super Duper Market yesterday to look for some beef.  I avoid Weiss Supermarket because they seem to have a lot of expired fresh vegetables and other products.  As you know, I prefer my vegetables to expire … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2016-02-22 17:11:14
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Snow Day

Well no Dorothy, we’re not in Burgundy anymore.  We’re in Wayne County Pennsylvania where schools are many times closed because of the winter weather.  However, Snow Days are only for school children, adults go to work on these days and are on … Continue reading →

Posted on Cooking in Sens on 2016-02-16 21:40:46

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