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Cedar Planked Salmon

Cedar Planked Salmon

with Scallop Crust

Posted on March 04, 2014
Salmon is the common name for several species and sub-species of fish, including trout. It is not fishy tasting like some aquatic animals can be, but rather hearty and meaty when cooked correctly. It has been known as "the chicken of the sea" by many for its non-fishy flavouring.
Posted in: Seafood
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Stuffed French Toast

Stuffed French Toast

On The Grill

Posted on February 24, 2014
It was not hard to eat all of these delicious french toasts up. We really enjoyed this breakfast. I am thinking that I should try a savoury version of this recipe. What do you think? Leave a comment below and tell me what you think would go into a savoury version of Stuffed French Toast On the Grill.
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Eggs Benedict Burgers

Eggs Benedict Burgers

Breakfast for dinner?

Posted on February 24, 2014
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Beware when eating these burgers, they squirt, ooze and dribble. I wouldn't say that bibs are compulsory, but I would really rather recommend having something to catch that stuff on hand. While you're at it, you may want to slice it in half, even if that means releasing that silky yolk everywhere too. What sinful delights have you made? They may not even come close to anything on the healthy scale, but hey, what's a treat once in a while?
Posted in: Beef
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Taco Seasoning recipe

Taco Seasoning recipe

Super Easy Mexican

Posted on February 19, 2014
This Taco Seasoning Recipe is super simple and goes great on beef, pork and chicken. Perfect for taco night!
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Chicken Fajita Tacos

Chicken Fajita Tacos

A Match Made In Mexico

Posted on February 19, 2014
These delicious Chicken Fajita Tacos filled the void in a delicious way. I will definitely be making these again.
Posted in: Poultry
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Grilled Beef Chimichangas

Grilled Beef Chimichangas

Bundles of Mexican Joy

Posted on February 19, 2014
They’re a little messy, but oh so tasty. I bet you could go crazy with variations too. This was my first time making them, but I know that next time I will get even more crazy. I’m not totally a fan of beans, and refried beans sounds kind of ick, but after tasting the magnificence that was these Chimichangas, I am MORE than willing to add beans and rice to the list of stuffings. What goes in your Chimichangas? Leave a comment below and tell us what you stuff your Mexican meals with!
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Fajita Mix

Fajita Mix

Fajita Flair

Posted on February 18, 2014
Fajita Mix is perfect for chicken, but goes well with beef and pork for sure. Use it when you need to add a Mexican flair to your meal.
Posted in: Poultry
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Grilled Rabbit Stew

Grilled Rabbit Stew

Hasenpfeffer Anyone?

Posted on February 10, 2014
All in all, I didn't expect to take this little time to make a full stew for a meal, but clocking in at only 2 hours including prep time, I am quite impressed. The flavour is so good. Not overly seasoned, not bland either. I may marinate the potatoes in garlic and salt, but I think that would make the whole thing a little too salty. It's funny, the rabbit looks like chicken in the stew. I guess you could fib about it if you have someone who is picky. But I doubt you will have to. This is really good food. What food have you made that has a crazy name? Has it become one of your favourites? Leave a comment and tell us!
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Filipino Marinated Pork Skewers

Filipino Marinated Pork Skewers

Barbecue - Street Food Style

Posted on February 10, 2014

Traditionally a banana ketchup is used in this recipe, but as you can imagine, it’s not so easy to come by in my area, in fact I had never heard of banana ketchup until I made this Filipino Barbecue recipe. If you can find it, use it. The banana ketchup will lend a more authentic flavour to this recipe as well as tint the meat a reddish colour. (That makes it more yummy)

This recipe was really good. The sriracha added a little kick to the pork. If you have leftovers at all, throw it into a green pepper for a roasted pepper. Super yum. It was fun to have something kind of street food-ish to eat while hobnobbing with my friends. I definitely want to try more recipes like this. What food have you tried off the street with good results? Have you tried to replicate it? Leave a comment below and tell us about your street food experience.

Posted in: Pork
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Hassleback Style Garlic Bread

Hassleback Style Garlic Bread

Goes Great With Soup

Posted on February 05, 2014
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I love bread, and garlic, and cheese. This was just perfect to pair with the Goose Soup. This would also make a great crouton for French Onion Soup too. What is your favourite thing to serve when you have soup? Leave a comment below and tell us about your favourite soup side dish.
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