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Dad’s Mahi Mahi recipe

When I was a kid we would go fishing off the east coast of Florida and cook up some fresh fish when we got home. This is my favorite of my father’s recipes. Put one mahi mahi steak on a piece of tin foil. Smear with mayo, shake some salt & pepper and then top […]

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Mark’s Grilled Salmon

Here’s how my husband grills salmon without it sticking to the grill: Put several pieces of thinly sliced lemon on the non-skin side of the salmon. Grill with the lemon side down first and flip after just 3 minutes. Cook about 6 minutes on the skin side so it separates from the flesh. Viola. Note: […]

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Roasted Sweet and Salty Butternut Squash

I thank Linda for this mouthwatering delicacy.   peel* and chop one butternut squash into 1 ½ inch cubes. melt half stick butter. add ¼ cup brown sugar and 1 ½ t kosher salt. toss in large bowl. spread on baking sheet and bake on 400 for 45 minutes.   * note on peeling: cut […]

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Indonesian Greens in Peanut Oil with Garlic

Foodie extraordinaire, Nancy shared this recipe with me. It literally takes a couple minutes to make and is uniquely delicious. I make this dish last, just as everything else is being put on the table. The key is to keep the heat quite high and braise the garlic then the greens quickly, stirring periodically. prepare: […]

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Vietnamese Chicken and Cabbage Salad (Ga Xe Phai)

This recipe accompanies Vietnamese Chicken and Rice Soup. Instead of putting all of the chicken into the soup (below), save half of it for the salad.   Combine in a small bowl to make sauce: 2 T fish sauce juice of one lime 1 t honey 2 chilies, smashed or chopped 1 clove garlic, smashed […]

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FRESH VIETNAMESE SUMMER ROLLS

Makes about 30. I like to make two versions of these delicious healthy rolls, both are equally popular: the Traditional Pork and Shrimp and the sweet and tangy Mango Jicama. Make sure you give yourself lots of time for rolling, or invite your friends to help. Prep: Boil, strain and let cool 1 package of […]

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