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Michael Romero
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The first time I ever had Swedish Meatballs was way back when I was a very young single guy living in the big city. It was something made for quick and easy preparation by the folks down at Stouffer. I have always liked Stouffer's products because quite…
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I have been making Chicken Scallopini for as long as I can remember. Some of you may well wonder what the heck is Chicken Scallopini? It's just a fancy name for chicken cutlets that are usually pounded out very thin so that they cook very quickly. It is…
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Autumn has always been my favorite time of year. Namely because of all the holiday treats one has to look forward to as summertime melts seamlessly into autumn. One favorite that instantly came to mind was Libby's Pumpkin Roll. It has been a holiday…
Pumpkin Coconut Muffins
Pumpkin Coconut Muffins
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The Pumpkin Challenge. I was recently contacted by a good friend who also observes a low carb lifestyle. Her request or rather her challenge was to create something with pumpkin in it. There were no specific parameters given, just make it  something…
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Dreaming of Kung Pao Kung Pao Chicken ranks as one of my all time favorite Asian dishes. I was first induced into trying Kung Pao because the menu description had a little chile symbol next to it. This chile symbol denoted that this was a very spicy dish.…
Kung Pao Chicken
Kung Pao Chicken
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Almonds - They do a body good. I love almonds because as a snack they are a nutrient dense power house of goodness. Good for me, good for my body. Studies suggest that a one ounce serving which is about a 1/4 of a cup is loaded with nutrients and are…
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Peanut Sauce Revisited. I have to admit that I am coo coo for Coco Puffs crazy when it comes to Thai peanut sauce. My first experience tasting this venerable sauce was at an Asian concept I managed in Los Angeles called Monsoon Cafe. I am not exaggerating…
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Dijon mustard is one of those condiments I have always had on hand, but never knew what to do with. This is a classic addition in many French inspired dishes. Here it provides that game changing element of complexity and surprise I have come to rely on to…
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Thanksgiving  always elicits visions of green beans casserole dancing inside my head. Nothing was as comforting as a huge helping of this delicious casserole. It's a holiday dish that most everyone has had at one time or another. Since its introduction…
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A Caramel Sauce Disappointment. To begin with I wanted a caramel sauce to compliment my Caramel Brownie Mugcake. Previously I had been using Walden Farms Sugar-Free Caramel Sauce. Truth be told though, like so many of their products it is just ho hum. It…
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