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Bourbon Pepper Pan Sauce – Learning a Skill That Always Thrills

Mastering pan sauces is one the easiest things a home cook can do to raise their culinary game, since it allows one to produce dishes most people only see in restaurants. And not just any restaurants. The really good ones. By the way, if you’re still looking for a Father’s Day gift, a nice bottle of bourbon, with a little …

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Crusty Pepper Salmon

Adding fish and seafood into your meal plans can add excitement into your daily cooking routine. Here’s a simple crusty pepper salmon recipe the whole family will enjoy. Crusty Pepper SalmonServe with brown rice and stir-fry veggies Serves 4 1 1/2 pounds salmon1/2 cup bread crumbs (made with white or brown bread)1 teaspoon coarsely cracked black pepper1/4 teaspoon paprika1/4

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“Code Red” Cheese Spread and a Hot Pepper Challenge for ALS

I was halfway through production on this “code red” cheese spread, when I heard that Andrew from “Binging with Babish” had tagged me for his Hot Pepper Challenge for ALS. What are the odds? Anyway, I happily accepted his challenge, although, as you’ll see from this video, I took the coward’s way out, and used the almost already completed pepper …

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Muhammara (Roasted Pepper & Walnut Spread) – Lebanese Adjacent

This muhammara video was inspired by a request we received for a Lebanese recipe. Not knowing any off the top of my head, I asked for suggestions, and this amazing red pepper walnut spread was nominated by several people. The only problem is, it’s actually a Syrian recipe. Nevertheless, it’s apparently very popular in Lebanon, as well as across the …

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What Has More Vitamin C an Apple or a Chili Pepper?

Food Fun Facts What has more Vitamin C an Apple or a chili pepper? Chilis! Who knew? Instead of eating an apple a day, we should be eating a chili a day! Bonus, I’m addicted to them! If you haven’t tried cooking with these little gems I suggest you give them a try. For some people their hotness is a …

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Tabbouleh with Chicken and Red Pepper Recipe

The Middle Eastern Food Kitchen (The home of delicious Middle Eastern Food Recipes) invites you to try Tabbouleh with Chicken and Red Pepper Recipe. Enjoy a collections of quick & easy Middle Eastern food recipes and learn how to make Tabbouleh with Chicken and Red Pepper.  Use rotisserie or leftover chicken for this dish, if you like. If you’re making …

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Drained Maas Cheese Roll with Lemon, Pepper & Smoked Paprika

I’ve had a lovely response to my recipe for drained maas [amasi] cheese – thank you for the emails and messages!  I’m so excited by this method for making gorgeous soft white cheese at home that I’ve made three more batches this week, experimenting with a variety of flavours. Here is my current favourite: a ‘salami’ of cheese with lemon zest …

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Waterblommetjie and Pepper-Feta Quiche

I didn’t grow up in the Cape, so I’m not a big buyer of waterblommetjies, and nor am I a keen eater of waterblommetjie bredie. This traditional mutton stew, a treasured winter dish here in the Cape and a great classic of South African cuisine, has as one of its chief ingredients Aponogeton distachyos, a pretty aquatic plant also known as …

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