Beef Stroganoff isn’t on the top of my cravings, but for Jenni, it’s a birthday tradition.
For the past 2 years, come December 10th, I’ve know exactly what I’ll be cooking: Beef Stroganoff.
Thanks to Jenni we’ve added another recipe to our family cookbook. INGREDIENTS 1 pound cubed beef stew meat
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Tonight, Mr. O came for supper so we had ourselves a little Tex Mex Fiesta in his honor. It was such a yummy meal and there were plenty of leftovers.
Learning to cook Tex Mex has been a culinary adventure from baking wonton wrappers to making my own taco spice.
Here are all of
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It took me a while to find a fajita marinade that did not call for lime juice or an Italian Spice Packet. Who knew? All of the ingredients for this recipe can be bought locally. Bonus: it tastes good too!
INGREDIENTS 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 1 tablespoon cider vinegar 1 tablespoon soy sauce 1
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One of the cuisines we crave most regularly is Mexican food. We typically find ourselves searching for Mexican food every time we’re in a big city or outside the country. Certainly, it’s our cuisine of choice when we visit the states.
So it should come as no surprise that we have been trying to cook
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Hubs loves cabbage rolls. The last time I made these, I had a “pregnancy moment” and accidentally poured the sauce inside the meat instead of on top. Oh well. They were still delicious.
INGREDIENTS 12 leaves cabbage 1 cup cooked white rice 1 egg, beaten 1/4 cup milk 1/4 cup minced onion 1 pound
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The fall weather is slowly descending upon our subtropical city of Yichang. However, there’s one summer dish we’re not yet ready to stop eating: Tomato and Corn Pie. We discovered this bright dish during the middle of the corn harvest. It has a wonderfully refreshing flavor thanks to the lemon-mayo dressing.
In order to
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