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Cranberry Pineapple Sauce

There are so many things that I love about Thanksgiving, after all it is a holiday centered on food. It’s a time when families and friends gather together and mostly enjoy the holiday. A holiday steeped in tradition. I’ve done my share of experimenting with different flavors and dishes. Sometimes the new flavors were stunners, […]

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Arroz Verde con Piña ©Rhonda Adkins 2013-2

Arroz Verde con Piña (Green Rice with Pineapple)

Last month I taught a cooking class, it was Mexican cooking.  Not your standard heavy Tex-Mex loaded with cheese, sauces and sour cream.  Our theme was Mexi-light, Mexi-easy, Mexi-delicious.  We started off with the basics, salsa and guacamole and then things got better. Taking my cues from Baja and the Yucatan region we started off […]

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Oatmeal 5 days/5 ways

Pease porridge hot, Pease porridge cold, Pease porridge in the pot, nine days old; Some like it hot, some like it cold, Some like it in the pot, nine days old. When I was just a wee child, last year (not really but it seems like that), my mother would serve me oatmeal.  And I […]

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Wheat Salad

Keeping in line with our companies focus towards healthier eating in the month of November (oh why couldn’t it be January instead?), our Thanksgiving potluck organizer (read me) encouraged the staff to prepare something healthier.  Oh the resistance, the moaning and the groaning.  Thanksgiving is when you let it all hang out, consume huge quantities […]

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Steak with Grilled Jalapeno and Pineapple

It’s 4:oo am and I smell a camp fire, but then I hear sirens….close sirens……….really close sirens……… I  drag myself out of be and look out my bedroom window and I see smoke billowing out from behind our garage.  I grab my hoody, my camera, leave the dog inside and putter out to see, with […]

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My Basic Teriyaki Marinade/Sauce

I never ever buy teriyaki marinade or sauce at the grocery store.  1) it is so easy to make 2) the homemade version tastes way better 3) I know exactly what’s in it 4) it’s definitely cheaper 5) it uses standard pantry items 6) it is so easy to make…wait I said that already.  It […]

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