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Saucy Salmon

Saucy Salmon

I had the hardest time coming up with a name for this latest creation!  I was all over the map with descriptors, when finally it came to me - it's basically just Salmon in sauce, so I called it Saucy Salmon!  I know.......not too creative but it will do! I've...

Meatloaf with Mushroom Gravy

Meatloaf with Mushroom Gravy

When it comes to Meatloaf, I have always just "winged it," throwing in whatever I had handy in the house that sounded good.  Of course, I never measured anything either, so it always came out differently.  Last week, when I had a hankering for Meatloaf, I figured I...

Cuban Pork!

Cuban Pork!

Most people are familiar with traditional American pulled-pork, otherwise known as Bar-b-que, but Cuban pulled-pork is less widely known in the states.   Typically, you see Cuban pork in the delicious Cuban Sandwich, but it is also quite good in a Taco, or simply...

Braciole

Braciole

This old word Southern Italian specialty is packed with flavor and sure to be a hit!  Some say Braciole (in Italian it's Braciola) originated in Naples, while others say Sicily is the home of this delicious rolled meat.   You can also find versions of Braciole in...

Ginger Lime Chicken

Ginger Lime Chicken

I recently took a trip to the grocery store to purchase Yellow Fin Tuna steaks for dinner.  I've never had tuna steaks, but my husband loves them!  To my disappointment, they were out of Tuna, and I wasn't thrilled with the alternative fish options so I bought thinly...

Bolognese Sauce!

Bolognese Sauce!

A good hearty Bolognese Sauce is my Husband's favorite thing to eat!  He loves it so much that there is always more sauce in his bowl than pasta!   And who can blame him? I've been making Bolognese Sauce for decades so it really is a staple in our home.  I do prefer...

Arancini! Italian Fried Rice Balls

Arancini! Italian Fried Rice Balls

Arancini, one of the most amazing foods, is said to have originated in Sicily during the 10th Century when Italy was under Arab rule, although others claim it originated from the Naples area.  Either way.......it's Italian for sure!!! My Sicilian Grandmother was known...

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