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This recipe has loads of fresh ingredients, including peppers, onions, cilantro, green onions and tomatoes that are sandwiched between two grilled flour tortilla shells. They are served with grated vegetarian cheddar cheese to allow for proper binding and...
Tags: Salt, Diets and Dieting, Vegetarian Diet, Tortillas, Peppers
This recipe comes to you by way of the Jeff Smith aka "The Frugal Gourmet," a fellow TV chef that passed away in 2004 amid a cloud of controversy. He was instrumental in my first glimpses of cooking on TV before there ever was a food or cooking channel...
Tags: Cheese Corn, Diplomacy, Salt, Food Industry, Recipes
How many of you have leftover turkey after a nice dinner with all the trimmings? This soup is an economical way to utilize the carcass, leftover meat, mashed potatoes and corn. This recipe calls for turkey but can be easily adapted to use with chicken....
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Cheese Corn, Turkey, Soups, Potatoes
Today, many people feel overworked, over scheduled and over-frazzled, and as a result, family meals at home often get squeezed out. You want to serve your family healthful, nutritious meals, but you're out of time and ideas on what to serve. Try...
I love a good English pie. It incorporates fresh vegetables, ground meat, sauce and loads of flavor. I've added bison to the traditional recipe instead of beef; it's delicious and good for you. You also can substitute wild game, such as venison or boar,...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Game, Cheese Corn, Mushrooms, Salt
My husband grew up in the Philippines. He tells me how they were very fortunate that his mom was a butcher. Although many families around them found it hard to afford meat very often, my husband's family always had plenty of meat and protein. ...
Tags: Bacon, Butter, Garlic, Shrimp, Coconut Milk
Italian bread soup, or zuppa di pane, is simple, quick and delicious. It's also a perfect dish for anytime of year. — Scott C. Anderson is associate food service director and chef with Shepherd University dining services in Shepherds-town, W....
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Butter, Soups, Breads, Marketing
Debbie Hardin is a fixture at the City Farmers Market in downtown Hagerstown, where she has sold homemade hard candy for 22 years at her vendor's stall, Deb's Delights. Hardin says she learned to cook from her mother and grandmother, and she always cooks...
Tags: Bacon, Green Beans, Potatoes, Human Interest
By Melissa Tewes When making "old standbys" or family recipes, we often follow the recipe to a T to keep the consistent quality that we are used to. However, there are many simple recipe modifications that can turn potentially high-calorie, high-fat,...
This soup is a classic favorite not only in British pubs but also during the winter months across the United States. I like to incorporate some aged Wisconsin cheddar, preferably something at least eight years or more in age blended with Dunbarton...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Cheese Corn, Cheese, Butter, Salt
By Melissa Tewes Special to The Herald-Mail If you grew up in Maryland, seafood as part of your diet is nothing new. Maryland is for crabs, but there are many other reasons to include seafood in your diet. Fish and seafood contain essential oils...
White sauces includes classic sauces such as veloute; and béchamel, both are made by thickening a liquid with a roux. Veloute;, which translated, means "velvety, soft, and smooth to the palate," is made by flavoring a white stock with aromatics and...
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