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    The sauce is a creamy, slightly spicy complement to the light sole and the earthy wild rice. Be careful trying to scale up as you'll want to serve the sole fresh from the pan, so don't cook more than you can fit in one pan. Cooking time is based on the assumption that the rice will take about an hour. Otherwise, about 10 minutes.

    Recipe #344504

    When the snow flies, I like to make Chili, with and without meat. This is a variation on black bean chili I came up with one night and liked. Add some shredded chicken or cubed pork to it if you like.

    Recipe #202515

    After looking around at some various empanada and similar recipes, and trying to remember what was in the ones I had in Chile, I came up with this. There are some good empanada dough recipes elsewhere on the site, so I didn't bother to include the dough. The chile relish is another recipe on the site - basically jalapenos, garlic, and wine vinegar. They freeze and reheat well, so I like to make a batch to take for lunch or to pull out when I just don't want to cook.

    Recipe #193219

    This is a great condiment recipe that I got originally from Brother Juniper's Cookbook (or something like that). It makes a great condiment, a marinade, an addition to other dishes when you want a little zip. Use different types of peppers, or combinations of peppers to change the intensity. It will keep forever in the refrigerator in a closed container, but don't keep in in a metal bowl. I also like a lot of garlic, so I tend to use about 2X as much garlic as the recipe calls for

    Recipe #193140

    Your basic grilled pork chop with a plum & port wine sauce served over quinoa. I tend to cook just for myself, but you can scale this up easily. I like to use a tawny port since for the plum and black cherries in it but any good port should be fine.

    Recipe #189967

    This is a quick and flavorful dish that I pieced together from a half-remembered cooking show. The licorice flavor of the fennel works well with the shrimp and red pepper. In addition to being fast, it also reheats exceptionally well. I've always done the ingredients by eye, so all measurements should be treated as approximate. With a little planning you can do a lot of the prep and cooking in parallel. May be used as a main dish or as a side.

    Recipe #118934


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