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    My wife originally found this in a book called "sticks & stones" that features some unique twists on grilling. This is my version of their dish. The mustard seeds will "pop" during cooking and add their flavor to the fish. Serving size will depend on the size of fillets you use. This is supposed to be a variation of an old Northwest American Indian recipe.

    Recipe #252614

    This is the basic marinade I use for prepping meat for the grill. I may add more or less seasoning depending on the cut of meat and what else we are having.

    Recipe #252251

    While attending my grandfather's funeral in Oceanside California, I learned he had developed quite a reputation for making really awesome margaritas for parties he hosted or attended in the trailer park he lived in. I remember him best for the home made sausages he used to make for us when we visited. This is my little tribute to a great guy whom I will miss dearly. His original recipe made about 5 gallons. So, this is a simple math variation to scale it down to a serviceable dose of heaven in a glass.

    Recipe #245988

    This was the first meal I ever cooked for my wife back when we were dating. The recipe is from and old Betty Crocker cookbook that my parents made for me back in the 70s' I liked it so much that I learned how to make it myself when I was about 8 years old. Over the years I have tweaked it some, but this version is very close to the original. You can really kick it up if you substitute about 1/4 cup fresh (finely chopped) basil for the dried basil and parsley. To make it a complete meal, try adding chicken. Health nuts be forewarned, this dish is incredibly rich and makes for excellent comfort fare! Consider serving it as a side dish by reducing to 8 1/2 cup servings if you are looking for a healthier choice. Be sure to use real Romano cheese, otherwise the dish will taste bland. If you want a tangier result, look for the Sheep's Milk (Pecorino Romano) variety.

    Recipe #241707


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