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Pork Chops Etouffee Recipe
You can think of Pork Chops Etouffee as a fancy name for smothered pork chops. Your bread of choice should be a tasty coarse wheat bread from your local bakery.
Brunswick Stew with Chile Pepper Recipe
I have read conflicting articles about the origin of Brunswick Stew. The most credible seems to be that this stew was originally prepared with squirrel meat and stale bread around the 1800's by an African American cook named Jimmy Matthews.
Jerk Pork or Beef Recipe
There are so many jerk seasoning recipes. This one works for me because these are herbs and spices that I generally have in my kitchen cabinet.
Red Snapper with Sauteed Onions
Try red snapper this way. It has simple flavors and is sauteed in olive oil and butter until moist and flaky. The combination helps to make the lightly crisped fish a slight buttery flavor. The cayenne pepper adds another flavor level. Add a side of coleslaw with sliced Granny Smith apples.
Pork Roast with Peppered Jelly Recipe
Pork Roast with peppered jelly is a delicious and easy dish to serve for a buffet or large party. Keep this recipe in mind for family reunions.
Spicy Diced Pear Relish & Roasted Chicken Recipe
Spicy pear relish served with a simple roasted chicken makes a great old fashioned Sunday or any day meal.
Peppers Stuffed with Beef and Brown Rice Recipe
Green peppers stuffed with beef and brown rice can be served hot for lunch or dinner. These stuffed peppers microwave nicely.
Spicy Meat Puff Pastry Recipe
Phyllo (or filo) pastry dough is one of the things that should be kept in your freezer at all times. It is almost impossible to make a mistake with this dough.
Roasted Asparagus with Garlic Recipe
Roasting asparagus preserves its flavor and color. The garlic and olive oil makes it tasty. Serve as a main dish, side dish or appetizer.
Quiche with Spicy Salsa Recipe
Real men do eat quiche, especially if it has some spice to it. This is not the kind of thing you should eat every day. However, quiche freezes nicely, so you can eat a small serving and have a cup of fruit for breakfast or lunch. If serving for brunch/lunch, make a side salad with grape tomatoes.
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