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    This is surprisingly fast to make and since scallops are sliced 1/2 to 1/3 horizontally (depending on size), they grill up very quickly on the pan. If scallops are large, then 1 taco equals 1 large scallop. But, if you are using medium or smaller scallops, you may need to use more scallops per taco. I love the creaminess of this avocado sauce which goes really well with other grilled fish or seafood items too.

    Recipe #501428

    After looking at other guava margarita recipes, I decided to create my own because I do not care for all the sweet drinks out there and wanted to use what I have from my yard. I have Meyer lemons and guavas but guavas are not in season so used Kerns guava juice/nectar. I was also looking for the pinkish hue and added grenadine to boost the color.

    Recipe #495018

    Not sure how many restaurants Armadillo Willy's have, but the one I usually go to is their original one and the one I've been going for something like 30 years. It's a BBQ restaurant with what I think of as one of the better tasting BBQ around. They also have this coleslaw that I really like. I've seen other clones but the one near us do not have onion, apple, green onion in their's. Taking it apart, it is chopped green cabbage with some red cabbage for color only, small amount of shredded carrots, cilantro and peanuts. What makes this coleslaw tasty is the spiciness. I've experimented with this dressing and it's not 100% there yet to the original one, but it's getting awfully close. The way most of these smaller places work is they incorporate what's available to them in their side offerings. And the cost is something they must look at. They keep 2-3 types of hot sauces for you to take to the table and I think that's where the spiciness is coming from.

    Recipe #477148

    I came to the Bay Area CA in 1975 and the first Fish Market was opened on El Camino Real in Palo Alto CA the next year in 1976. It was only 5 minutes from work and I started going to the Fish Market often for lunch. The second Fish Market was opened in early 80's also in my neighborhood, Santa Clara. Since then, they have expanded to the Socal area. I've always loved their seafood selection. So fresh, but I also loved few other offerings such as this Au Gratin Potatoes, coleslaw and cheezy garlic bread (I posted the recipe here on This recipe comes from their own cookbook. The alternate use of olive oil is my own method I use in making this recipe.

    Recipe #476796

    I came to the Bay Area CA in 1975 and the first Fish Market was opened on El Camino Real in Palo Alto CA the next year in 1976. It was only 5 minutes from work and I started going to the Fish Market often for lunch. The second Fish Market was opened in early 80's also in my neighborhood, Santa Clara. Since then, they have expanded to the Socal area. I've always loved their seafood selection. So fresh, but I also loved few other offerings such as this Cheezy Garlic Bread, their coleslaw and potatoes au gratin. This recipe comes from their own cookbook. Apparently this bread was served mainly for their employees long before it hit the menu. In the book, this bread is made with 3 types of sauces ie garlic puree, aioli sauce and finally Parmesan sauce that adds garlic puree and aioli sauce. I streamlined the procedure for easier recipe.

    Recipe #476763

    Worried about deep frying foods? I am. Especially as I've gotten older, I try to look for ways to cut oil especially bad oil in my foods. This recipe makes wonderfully crisp fried fish with minimal oil; for example, 1 Tablespoon olive oil for 2 pieces (4-oz each) fish in less than 6 minutes. Works great for most white fish fish such as halibut, flounder, red snapper, rockfish, mahi mahi, orange roughy, cod, ling cod, and even salmon. It is best with a fish thickness no more than 1 inch.

    Recipe #476681

    Getting tired of boiled ravioli with the sauce? I was and rarely bought refrigerated ravioli anymore from the store. This has totally changed how ravioli can be served without boiling and it has become one of my husband's favorite foods. The recipe comes from Cuisine at Home with modification. What is so great about this recipe is you can use any ravioli of your choice.

    Recipe #476085

    This has become our favorite way to eat brussels sprouts. Some mods made on the Whole Foods recipe. I love the idea of steaming vegetables to get the pure taste coming through. After that, all you need is a dressing or sauce to make it into any style you want. We use an electric steamer to steam the brussels sprouts. And using the machine, it takes about 10-11 minutes of steaming for our taste.

    Recipe #476048

    This recipe is easy to make with leftover store bought rotisserie chicken, ready-made 2 refrigerated pie crusts for 2 (9 in) pies, frozen steamer mixed vegetables, 1 can of chicken broth along with few more items. Adding Marsala wine and garlic to the mixture really improves the taste of classic chicken pot pie.

    Recipe #476042

    This recipe came with King Arthur's hamburger bun pan I purchased. Not as super soft as store bought buns, but I like these much better. I use my automatic bread machine (ABM) to make these using the dough cyle for kneading and forming them separately. If you are using the ABM, you can add all ingredients in the machine while it heats up except the milk/butter mixture. When it starts to knead, add the milk/butter mixture in and let the machine complete the dough cycle and proceed with step 3.

    Recipe #470163

    Who does not want to stay healthy. To that end, we try to eat fish at least 2-3 times a week in my home. This recipe is for halibut, but you can certainly sub other fish. I like how freshness of corn and chili relish highlights the suppleness of fish like halibut.

    Recipe #467044

    This recipe starts off with beef cubes but you can use any leftover meat you may have too such as roast beef, grilled chicken, roast chicken, leftover pork etc for ease of preparation. In my recipe photo I used leftover roast beef. You can use less red curry paste if you do not care for too hot of soup. The recipe calls for 2 tsp red curry paste, but you can use only 1 tsp. If you cannot find rice flour noodle easily, you can substitute udon type noodles too. Right before serving I like to throw in sliced greens such as mizuna, lettuce, etc for texture and taste.

    Recipe #449262

    This recipe comes from Cook's Illustrated and absolutely delicious. The original recipe says prosciutto, but I used pancetta instead because it's hard to find thick prosciutto and because fresh sage is out of season in winter months, used dried sage. I used fresh rosemary as the original recipe because I have that in my yard year long.

    Recipe #448825

    I decided to make another variation on classic spring rolls other than mine that I've been using and chose this recipe based on ingredients used. The recipe comes from A. Nguyen "Asian Dumplings". Although her recipes calls for 18-20 spring rolls, I find 18 better than 20 unless you increase the ingredient amount a bit more or prefer thinner spring rolls. I have altered the recipe somewhat to make it easier for my own cooking method and taste. There are several variations on shaping spring rolls and I've decided to use a method that may be easiest to work for most people. Tastes wonderful with Sweet and Sour Sauce, Recipe #447509 I've posted from the same book.

    Recipe #447676

    I like my clams just opened so they are removed from the pan when they just open up and returned right before serving to prevent from overcooking. Do not overcook linguine initially since it will be cooked with the sauce right before serving.

    Recipe #447513

    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

    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

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