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    This is not your typical gloppy sweet and artificially dyed sweet and sour sauce you normally find in lots of Chinese restaurants in the U.S. It's not red but the taste of this dipping sauce is much more complex and just plain tastier. I hope you like it with your spring rolls or egg rolls. Even fried wontons. This recipe comes from A. Nguyen's book. For variation, use pineapple juice in place of 1/2 C water for tropical flavor.

    Recipe #447509

    For those days when you are craving slow braised goodness of ribs. The recipe comes from Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #447007

    This recipe comes from Bon Appetit. Recipe calls for 1/2 C chopped roasted red pepper. You can use roasted red peppers from a jar (drained) or homemade roasted red peppers.

    Recipe #447005

    This recipe is from Coastal Living. I like gumbo, all kinds of gumbo, but I needed to make gumbo with much less heat and chose this recipe to highlight the sweetness of shrimp and crab. If you like more heat, adjust with hot pepper sauce at the table. Cook grits according to package direction and add 1 C cheese of your choice right before serving. I added 1/2 gruyere and 1/2 comte cheese. For this recipe, I chose Dungeness crab legs and claws that have been smashed with a hammer a bit to take in juice from the gumbo. You can also use stone crab claws too. Any kind of crab will do.

    Recipe #447004

    I'm on a verjus kick! This recipe comes from MacCallum House Restaurant, Mendocino, CA.

    Recipe #431858

    I love verjus and here is another simple chicken recipe using verjus. This recipe comes from Cafe Beaujolais, Mendocino, CA using Navarro Winery verjus which is in my opinion is one of the finest verjus around.

    Recipe #431857

    This recipe comes from the Victorian Farmhouse, Little River, CA and highlights the versatility of verjus. This sauce may be made ahead, refrigerated and reheated. Add more verjus when reheating to get the right consistency.

    Recipe #431856

    I love using Navarro Vineyards verjus from the Navarro Winery here in California. The taste is just exquisite and perfect in my opinion....not sharp, not sweet, not acidic.....different than regular wine or other citrus. This recipe highlights the versatility of using verjus in a classic style braised chicken.

    Recipe #431855

    A classic from Better Homes and Gardens 1966. Citrus fluff is wonderful here. This dessert makes me happy. It's best served warm with chilled citrus fluff.

    Recipe #419784

    I've been trying to come up with ways to have udon soups using ingredients readily available in the West and this one is it. Udon is Japanese wheat based thick noodle. You can use either dry udon (cooked per package instruction - make sure you rinse it very well in cold water) or fresh udon. If using chicken stock, best to use homemade, but best not to use chicken stock that has too much chicken taste such as Trader Joes. Swanson is ok. If using store bought broths, best to dilute it with 50% water so it's not so strong tasting.

    Recipe #415467

    Bon Appetit Mar 1977, page 8. From Bruno's Bath England.

    Recipe #411055

    Bon Appetit Mar 1977, page 8. From Lunt Avenue Marble Club Phoenix AZ

    Recipe #411054

    Bon Appetit, Mar 1977, page 8. From Spenger's Fish Grotto Berkeley CA.

    Recipe #411053

    Bon Appetit, Mar 1977, page 6. From Muckamuck Restaurant, Vancouver BC

    Recipe #411052

    Bon Appetit Mar 1977, page 6. Used for Scampi a la Wheatley Hills.

    Recipe #411051

    Bon Appetit Mar 1977, page 6. See also for recipe Wheatley Hills Marinara Sauce

    Recipe #411050

    This recipe is so good. We used to eat these all the time when we can purchase relatively inexpensive oysters nearby in the 1970's from the California coast but now I have to reserve this for special occasions. The recipe comes from the Plaza Hotel New York City. Life is sweet when I can have these while sipping great tasting white wine and seeing the bright reddish orange sun slowly going down the Pacific Ocean. Although these are great with oysters in half shelf, it also works fine with oysters already shucked and placed on gratin plate with the topping and baked. The presentation is better with half shelf, but gratin dish method works fine and maybe easier. If Using gratin dish method, discard the shells.

    Recipe #410602

    I normally make this using whole refrigerated bamboo shoot that I can purchase in Japanese market nearby in California. If whole bamboo shoot is used, cut lengthwise into about 1/4 in slices first. Then cut into 1/4 inch slices. Finally cut the 1/4 inch slices into half. The slices do not need to be perfect - they will taste great when finished. You can also use canned bamboo as well (although taste will be not as good as the fresh version). Menma is granddaddy of one of ramen toppings. In old days if you ordered ramen in Tokyo this was always one of the toppings along with shoyu or soy sauce flavored soup. You can purchase this in a bottle commercially but the cost is quite high for a small bottle. I like to sometimes serve this as a snack for beer, white wine or sake. If served as snack, it is very good with sprinkling of roasted sesame seeds on top.

    Recipe #410541

    This demi-glace contains no flour, starch or arrowroot for thickening or butter. It is thickened through the combined effect of long simmering and the natural gelatins contained in the bones. The best bones to use are veal knuckle bones but since it's hard to find, I use whatever beef bones I can find at the best price. Bones are first roasted for best color and taste. Once made this sauce can be frozen in portions for at least 6 months. Once you made the homemade version you will understand why homemade demi-glace is the king of all sauces.

    Recipe #407552

    The recipe comes from the Sunset Ground Beef Cookbook 1968 and has been one of our all-time favorite meatloaf recipes because of the taste as well as how quickly everything is put together and baked. To up the taste I have included 1 clove of garlic minced. It's a very light textured meatloaf in a shallow pan instead of the typical loaf pan style. I am mostly putting this recipe here for safekeeping since my book is getting more and more stained after 4 decades of use. I normally eat this meatloaf with a side of ketchup and I suppose I should come up with a topping that goes on before Parmesan cheese but haven't done that yet. There is already a very similar recipe posted on zaar that uses a microwave to cook the meat.

    Recipe #407469

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