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Do you have any great recipe you like to share? it can be anything, soup, salad, pastries, entrée, bbq…...or even a cocktail.

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One simple snack I am almost addicted to:

Maybe not very healthy, or even social LOL, but I like to do toast (thick self cut fresh bread if I have it). Then I rub a clove of Garlick over it on one side; sprinkle salt and then finally spread over Olive Oil (the best I have, or some of the chilli infused Olive Oil I do myself).

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Gosh, I just love garlic bread. Have you tried it with a sprinkle of grated cheese?

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Yumyum, Italian wheat bread and butter, the one with olive oil and sea salt, light version, spreadable. It’s my comfort food.

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Lindylo - 17 Mar 2017 09:35 AM

Gosh, I just love garlic bread. Have you tried it with a sprinkle of grated cheese?

I have not tried it with cheese, although do have buttered toast cheese sandwiches (sometimes with onion) occasionally. I’ll try it, thanks smile

 

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If you love Salmon, here is one:

In a bowl, mix two table spoons of olive oil, add one table spoon of honey, one teaspoon of lime juice, thyme, rosemary, garlic, salt, black pepper. 

Cut salmon to the size you like, leave skin on.

Rub mixture to box sides. put in toaster over for 10 minutes, skin side up, then turn to the other side for another 3 minutes.

Ready to eat.

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That sounds good!

I could live on fish. I will give it a try.

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Delicious - I’m a great fish lover too. Will give it a try.

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That says great Annie, we just made pesto baked salmon for the first time this weekend! It was yummy. I’ll have to give your recipe a try.

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Ladies, here is another one for you. This is a pasta dish:

Boil chicken then shred the meat into thin stripes, about 2 cups
Boil any kind of pasta you like - about 4 cups

In a deep pot, heat some oil, add pasta, chicken and 4 cups of chopped kale, a teaspoon of minced garlic, black pepper, salt to taste. Mix all together then turn off the heat.

Ready to serve.

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Sounds great. It also works well with flaked salmon (if you have any left over).

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That sounds yummy too! We get our farm vegetables delivery tomorrow. I bet there will be kale in there.

I just made honey roasted carrots for the first time last night. They were delish!

2 lbs carrots
2 tbsp butter
1/4 cup of honey

then bake in oven.

I love roasting vegetables and meats for me that is my easy go to recipes. Just add some season and bake.

I never really think about boiling chicken but that sounds easy to do. I will have to try next time.

What are you cooking up next Annie?

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I love garlic bread, too. All those recipes sound delicious. I do a lot of cooking with my sister and we have made so many dishes. I will definitely take some tips!

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kiwi - 22 Mar 2017 11:23 PM

That sounds yummy too! We get our farm vegetables delivery tomorrow. I bet there will be kale in there.

I just made honey roasted carrots for the first time last night. They were delish!

2 lbs carrots
2 tbsp butter
1/4 cup of honey

then bake in oven.

I love roasting vegetables and meats for me that is my easy go to recipes. Just add some season and bake.

I never really think about boiling chicken but that sounds easy to do. I will have to try next time.

What are you cooking up next Annie?

Your honey roasted carrots sound very yummy, Kiwi. Butter and honey is a very good combination to me,...haha.

I have a simple sauce that I make for boiled chicken:

- one teaspoon of sesame oil
-one teaspoon of very finely chopped green onion
- one teaspoon of vegetable oil
-1/2 teaspoon of finely minced ginger
- a pinch of black pepper
- two pinches of salt


Also, I read from somewhere that Martha Stewart pour the following mixture on watermelon and apple:

- one teasppon of honey
- 1/4 teaspoon of minced ginger
- one cup of water
- one teaspoon of lime juice
( mixed all together)

 

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kiwi - 22 Mar 2017 11:23 PM

That sounds yummy too! We get our farm vegetables delivery tomorrow. I bet there will be kale in there.

I just made honey roasted carrots for the first time last night. They were delish!

2 lbs carrots
2 tbsp butter
1/4 cup of honey

then bake in oven.

I love roasting vegetables and meats for me that is my easy go to recipes. Just add some season and bake.

I never really think about boiling chicken but that sounds easy to do. I will have to try next time.

What are you cooking up next Annie?

Your honey roasted carrots sound very yummy, Kiwi. Butter and honey is a very good combination to me,...haha.

I have a simple sauce that I make for boiled chicken:

- one teaspoon of sesame oil
-one teaspoon of very finely chopped green onion
- one teaspoon of vegetable oil
-1/2 teaspoon of finely minced ginger
- a pinch of black pepper
- two pinches of salt


Also, I read from somewhere that Martha Stewart pour the following mixture on watermelon and apple:

- one teasppon of honey
- 1/4 teaspoon of minced ginger
- one cup of water
- one teaspoon of lime juice
( mixed all together)

Right you can’t go wrong with honey and butter!!!!!!!

Thank you for you sharing your recipes. I am always looking for inspiration and these sound great! We just received our first farm box of the season. Lots of greens here! Kale, spinach, celery, etc

What is everyone making this weekend?

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KitKatKitty - 23 Mar 2017 09:59 PM

I love garlic bread, too. All those recipes sound delicious. I do a lot of cooking with my sister and we have made so many dishes. I will definitely take some tips!


KitKatKitty, Family cooking that is something special. I love cooking with friends and family. I finally have a large enough kitchen to do that and it is a pleasure. Do you have any family recipes you don’t mind sharing smile

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