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Geraldine Saucier
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Happy Lasagna Day: Spinach Alfredo Lasagna
Spinach Alfredo Lasagna HAPPY NATIONAL LASAGNA DAY EVERYONE.  I am sharing today one of my favorite Lasagna recipes to make.   I was delighted when I found this recipe for  Spinach Alfredo Lasagna  that was cooked in a slow cooker. In reading over the ingre...
HAPPY NATIONAL LASAGNA DAY EVERYONE. I am sharing today one of my favorite Lasagna recipes to make. I was delighted when I found this recipe for Spinach Alfredo Lasagna that was cooked in a slow cooker. In reading over the ingredients, the recipe sounded wonderful. A hearty meat sauce, ...
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Chicken Chile Verde
Chile Verde is on of my favorite stews to prepare.  I use either chicken or pork depending on what I have on hand.  I love the flavor of the sauce the meat and potatoes are cooked in.  It isn't too hot but very flavorful with  just a touch of tang. You can ...
Chile Verde is on of my favorite stews to prepare. I use either chicken or pork depending on what I have on hand. I love the flavor of the sauce the meat and potatoes are cooked in. It isn't too hot but very flavorful with just a touch of tang. You can make this stew ahead of time and let it sit ...
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Chimichurri Shrimp
The other night for dinner, I made a delicious shrimp dish marinated in a combination of cilantro, parley, oil, lime juice, and spices. This concoction is known as chimichurri.  A  very tasty savory sauce that also doubles as a marinade in this recipe.    I...
The other night for dinner, I made a delicious shrimp dish marinated in a combination of cilantro, parley, oil, lime juice, and spices. This concoction is known as chimichurri. A very tasty savory sauce that also doubles as a marinade in this recipe. I let the shrimp marinate for a few hours in ...
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Taste of Summer: Grilled Corn
Grilled corn is one of those recipes that makes summer.  Fresh corn roasted on the grill - nothing tastes better.  Grilling enhances the flavor and the aroma as it roasts is wonderful. Grilled corn is also an easy and inexpensive side to make. I used to rem...
Grilled corn is one of those recipes that makes summer. Fresh corn roasted on the grill - nothing tastes better. Grilling enhances the flavor and the aroma as it roasts is wonderful. Grilled corn is also an easy and inexpensive side to make. I used to remove the silk from the corn and let it ...
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Fourth of July: Dulce de Leche Brownies
Wow I don't remember the last time I ate a brownie sooo delicious.     It is hard to believe something that tastes so good is so simple to make.  Perfect for the upcoming holiday or just great anytime.  Instead of making the Dulce de Leche and the brownie m...
Wow I don't remember the last time I ate a brownie sooo delicious. It is hard to believe something that tastes so good is so simple to make. Perfect for the upcoming holiday or just great anytime. Instead of making the Dulce de Leche and the brownie mix from scratch, I did a very semi homemade ...
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Fourth of July: Watermelon Salad
Watermelon and the Fourth of July go hand-n-hand at my house.  The fresh coolness and refreshing taste makes the hot summer days bearable.  Usually I just slice up the watermelon and serve, however, one day I decided I would make a watermelon salad.   Easy,...
Watermelon and the Fourth of July go hand-n-hand at my house. The fresh coolness and refreshing taste makes the hot summer days bearable. Usually I just slice up the watermelon and serve, however, one day I decided I would make a watermelon salad. Easy, refreshing, and a great side dish.
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Grilled Parsley Lime Chicken
This is one of my favorite grilled chicken recipes.  I found this recipe on  Simply Recipes  website.  Instead of using cilantro, I used parsley.  I did not have any cilantro in the fridge and I did not feel like going to the store.  Besides, parsley is a c...
This is one of my favorite grilled chicken recipes. I found this recipe on Simply Recipes website. Instead of using cilantro, I used parsley. I did not have any cilantro in the fridge and I did not feel like going to the store. Besides, parsley is a cousin to cilantro.
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Happy National Ice Cream Day: Cream Cheese Ice Cream
HAPPY NATIONAL ICE CREAM DAY TO EVERYONE.    Celebrate with a nice scoop of your favorite ice cream - maybe even two or more scoops. Today I am reposting a recipe for my favorite home made ice cream - Cream Cheese Ice Cream in celebration for National Ice C...
Celebrate with a nice scoop of your favorite ice cream - maybe even two or more scoops. Today I am reposting a recipe for my favorite home made ice cream - Cream Cheese Ice Cream in celebration for National Ice Cream Day. I found this delicious recipe in an issue of "Southern Living" magazine.
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Cheese Enchiladas
Tonight for dinner, we had Cheese Enchiladas. A family favorite for years.  Enchiladas are a great dish to prepare.   They are easy to make,  quick ( 30 minutes), budget friendly, delicious and filling.   You can serve them with rice, beans, or a fried egg....
Tonight for dinner, we had Cheese Enchiladas. A family favorite for years. Enchiladas are a great dish to prepare. They are easy to make, quick ( 30 minutes), budget friendly, delicious and filling. You can serve them with rice, beans, or a fried egg. I usually garnish my enchiladas with sour ...
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HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY
Wishing everyone a happy and safe FOURTH OF JULY. 
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Cucumber Salad
Garden fresh cucumbers coated in a creamy dressing of sour cream,vinegar, onion powder, sugar, and pepper.  A delicious and great salad for any meal.  Best of all it is so easy to make.  Just toss everything together put it in the fridge and serve.    Perfe...
Garden fresh cucumbers coated in a creamy dressing of sour cream,vinegar, onion powder, sugar, and pepper. A delicious and great salad for any meal. Best of all it is so easy to make. Just toss everything together put it in the fridge and serve. Perfect for those summer picnics, cookouts, ...
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Brazilian Strawberry Limeade
As
the days are getting hotter,  I like a  glass of something cold to
drink.  Today, I made some Brazilian Strawberry Limeade.  I got the idea
for this beverage from my earlier post   Brazilian Lemonade from "Our Best Bites" .
 I  added once cup of slic...
As the days are getting hotter, I like a glass of something cold to drink. Today, I made some Brazilian Strawberry Limeade. I got the idea for this beverage from my earlier post Brazilian Lemonade from "Our Best Bites". I added once cup of sliced fresh strawberries to the original recipe of ...
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I am the writer of the Food Blog "From My Southwest Kitchen"
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Throughout my lifetime, I have been passionate about food. Whether it be cooking food, eating food, researching food, experimenting with recipes, I loved it. I started my cooking adventure at home watching, and helping my parents, grandmother, aunt, and cousin cook. As I got older, I got more involved in cooking. Eventually, with the help of my trusty cookbooks, I was cooking meals on my own. Eventually, I started experimenting with adjusting this and that in recipes. I also started experimenting with duplicating meals I ate at restrauants. Some meals were great experiments, others were not so great. I have had my recipes published in "Taste of Home" publications. Thank you for visiting From My Southwest Kitchen.
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