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Tag Archive: chef Michael recipe

Sopa de Pollo Borracho (Drunken Chicken Soup)

It is officially Autumn! Do you hear that, Mother Nature?! We are heading back up to 100 degrees by the weekend? Could you please turn down the thermostat a bit? Just a little bit. Please, Ma’am. If it isn’t too much trouble. I am trusting her to hear my plea and am going through the archives for …

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Authentic Red Beans and Rice: 3 Ways to Prepare

New Orleans classic Red Beans and Rice recipe with three different cooking methods: stove top, pressure cooker and slow cooker. Great for Mardi Gras.

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Lemon Marmalade Glazed Chicken with Tomato Cilantro Coulis

This quick and simple recipe is one of Chef Michael’s (aka Baby Brother) delicious creations. But, I was actually the first to make it and photograph it and blog about it, so I want some of the credit. In between his (April) and his wife’s (June)birthdays I sent them a little care package with a jar of Homemade Lemon Marmalade, …

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Chicken, Sun Dried Tomatoes and Vegetable Lasagna

The kitchen drama still continues for me, but luckily my baby brother, Chef Michael, came to my blogging rescue with a new recipe he and wife Mel created: Chicken, Sun Dried Tomato and Vegetable Lasagna. You might also like these posts Made It Loved It: GF Chicken Lettuce Wraps from Go… Tea Smoked Pork Chops – …

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Sopa de Pollo Borracho (Drunken Chicken Soup)

I suppose there are some places that are actually cold in November, unlike the 90 degrees predicted for the next few days here in Southern California. If it happens to be chilly where you are and you are in the mood for some soup may I suggest some Sopa de Pollo Borracho? English translation –  Drunken Chicken Soup. …

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Salmon Cakes

A few years ago, my brother and I were discussing Feta cheese. I don’t really remember how the subject came up, but he said “I use it in a cream sauce that goes great with Salmon Cakes.” My brain only registered the words, “Salmon Cakes“. I demanded politely asked if he would please be so kind …

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Peppermint Bark Cheesecake

Just like the girl in Louis Armstrong’s song, I will treat you mighty fine if you bring me some cheesecake.  However, I have never summoned the courage to make one myself until yesterday. For my Christmas present, my little brother, Chef Michael, tagged me in a photo on Facebook of his handwritten recipe for Peppermint Bark Cheesecake. It …

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Andalusian Beet Gazpacho

My brother and I disagree on many subjects.  Beets are one of them.  I remember him eating them straight out of the jar in the refrigerator as a child, fingers and face stained red.  I was a nice big sister and left them for him to eat. Recently, he sent me his recipe for Andalusian Beet Gazpacho in response to …

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Oh Brother!

Brothers and sisters are as close as hands and feet.  ~Vietnamese Proverb I had planned on writing about my brother this week and to add his Rosemary Flan recipe long before “Mommy’s little baaaaby” whined to Ma’am that I hadn’t put anything up about him on the site even though he is a professional chef.  …

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Free E-Guide: Choosing Healthy Fats

As a thank you for signing up for our biweekly newsletter we will send you a copy of 30 Tips for Choosing Healthy Fats in Your Diet. Then every two weeks we will send you delicious recipes and other food related fun.