Food Journal

Alcapurrias

Posted by on Sep 3, 2014 in Appetizers, Food Journal | 0 comments

Alcapurrias

Print PDF Alcapurrias – (alcapurrias recipe and video follow) – OK, I have been getting a lot of requests for this one so I’m going to do it….. although I was totally going to do it anyway :) because I love alcapurrias. This is yet another one of those delicious Puerto Rican foods that I am hopelessly addicted to. I think one of the things that I really love about them is all of the memories that I have associated with them. My awesome mother-in-law makes them every Christmas and then at some of the random family gatherings too. When we show up at the house, we are...

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Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

Posted by on Aug 19, 2014 in Appetizers, featured-slider-post, Food Journal | 0 comments

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

Print PDF Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Recipe – Hummus is such and easy thing to make at home and much more cost effective too. Plus, you don’t have to eat any preservatives which is always nice ;). I have a lot of nutritional information on my other hummus recipe as well as instructions to use dry chick peas if you don’t want to use canned. I hope that you give this roasted red pepper hummus a try, it’s super yummy! Ingredients 2 red bell peppers (reserve some for garnish) 1 can chick peas 1 teaspoon Kosher Salt 1/2 cup tahini paste 1 teaspoon cumin 1 Tablespoon...

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Coleslaw

Posted by on Jul 3, 2014 in Food Journal, Sides | 0 comments

Coleslaw

Print PDF Coleslaw Recipe 5 cups cabbage, shredded 1 cup carrots, shredded 3 Tablespoons sugar 1 cup mayonnaise 2 Tablespoons vinegar (I like apple cider vinegar best) 1. Shred your cabbage and carrots using either a food processor fitted with the large shredder attachment, or a box grater (large hole side) 2. Combine your cabbage and carrots into a large bowl. 3. In a seperate bowl, combine the sugar, mayonnaise, and vinegar. Stir well to combine. 4. Pour the mayonnaise mixture over the cabbage/carrot mixture and fold to mix. 5. That’s it, you’re done. This is best if served...

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Chili Mac

Posted by on Nov 1, 2013 in Dinner, Food Journal | 0 comments

Chili Mac

Print PDF Chili Mac -(Recipe with video tutorial follow)- This is one of those dinners that everyone in the family loves, from our 18 year old (our oldest) to our 3 year old. It’s comfort food, food that fills your tummy and makes it all warm and yummy feeling. You know, comfort food. It’s also a great recipe for busy mom’s (or busy anyone for that matter). It’s fairly quick and easy to make, pretty nutritious (I can’t call it totally nutritious, after all, it has mac and cheese in it :), but still) and really delicious. What more can you ask for? So,...

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Goat Cheese Tartelettes with Fresh Fig Compote

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Appetizers, Food Journal | 0 comments

Goat Cheese Tartelettes with Fresh Fig Compote

Print PDF Goat Cheese Tarts with Fresh Fig Compote – (recipe and video tutorial follow) – So, I’m nineteen weeks pregnant now and the cravings are going strong – lucky for you :). That means I’m in the kitchen making stuff that I don’t make on a regular basis, but more for special occasions. After all, twenty four goat cheese tarts is hardly good to put out at the dinner table for the kids. Although, now that I think about it, they may like the idea, they did destroy them pretty quickly. Anyway, this is a great dish to make as an appetizer for parties or...

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Cajun Seasoning

Posted by on Sep 2, 2013 in Culinary 101, Food Journal | 0 comments

Cajun Seasoning

Print PDF Cajun Seasoning – (recipe and video tutorial (coming soon) follow) – Now days, when you go to the store (like a regular grocery), it seems like the spice isle has more blended spices then individual spices. You commonly see things like “steak rub, Cajun seasoning, seasoning salt, pizza seasoning, jerk seasoning, southwest seasoning” and the list goes on and on. I think this is great and convenient except for one little thing. I feel like you lose control of your recipe. Let me explain. Say you went to the store to buy Cajun Seasoning. Then you bring your...

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