I have dozens of pictures on my desktop of dishes I that have created and never gotten around to posting. I made some white peach jam and I tried using it in many dishes—I actually made this meal months ago. For this meal it was as an addition to a teriyaki marinade for barbecued chicken wings. To go with the wings, I grilled some corn and I made sure that there was plenty of leftover sweet teriyaki sauce to pour over steamed rice.
I have dozens of pictures on my desktop of dishes I that have created and never gotten around to posting. Rice pudding is a comfort dessert in our house. When one of my girls has had a rough day they ask for rice pudding. Over the years, I have made many variations—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10. I had bought some shredded coconut for another dish, but when it came time to use it I was not able to find where I had put it away. Having found it I decided to use it in a rice pudding.
I have dozens of pictures on my desktop of dishes I that have created and never gotten around to posting. I had wanted to make meatloaf for dinner, but we were in a heat wave. The idea a running a hot oven to add to the heat just did not seem like a good idea. I wondered if I could barbecue a meat loaf on the grill outside. It actually worked fairly well.
I have dozens of pictures on my desktop of dishes I that have created and never gotten around to posting. I had decided to barbecue a meatloaf, because it was so hot I did not want to cook indoors. Potatoes go well with meatloaf, but cooking them created the same problem. I decided to cook the potatoes on the barbecue as well. Large potatoes, like Russets, can take too long to cook, so I used small Dutch yellow potatoes.
I have dozens of pictures on my desk top of dishes I have created and never gotten around to posting. I am constantly looking for new combinations to keep my meals interesting. I had made some white peach jam and thought that would go well with my green beans. Harcourt Verts—“beans green,” literally in French—are French green beans which are a bit thinner than the Blue Lake variety commonly used in America.
I have dozens of pictures on my desktop of dishes I have created and never gotten around to posting. This was a weekday meal and I had decided on broiled salmon, but how to make it special? That day, I chose to make a glaze of honey, lemon and tarragon, just to try something new.
This is not a “Native American” recipe, as in a recipe that any Native American tribe would make this dish. It is more in terms of the Native American ingredients—turkey, wild rice and cranberries—included in the recipe. As follower of my blog may realize I am very fond of hand-pies, so this is more in line with what the British colonists might come up with in the 1700’s.
Adapted from a RasaMalaysia recipe
I have decided to do Thai food for this week’s Sunday dinner. While I have had tom yum soup at Thai restaurants, I have never tried to make it myself. This Thai standard is a hot and sour soup usually made with shrimp—although there are many variations. Tom yam kathi (Thai: ต้มยำกะทิ) is basically Thai tom yum soup with coconut milk added to it.
Adapted from a RasaMalaysia recipe
I wanted a Thai peanut sauce for my sate chicken wings, but I did not want a Vietnamese peanut sauce that you would use for Vietnamese summer rolls. Bee seems to have the closest to authentic Thai recipes that I would find (in English). She did not provide more than an ingredients list—which I still had to change—but this was not your usual peanut sauce.
Daughter Eilene has gone off to an archeological dig on Nevis, so it is just Jan and me for dinner for the next month. It is a weekday meal and I wanted something simple and quick. A while ago, I broiled some salmon using my lemon marmalade as a glaze. Recently, I made some white peach jam. I wondered how would this jam work as a glaze for salmon?