Author: Lovely Food Blog

Fish Yassa

Recently, I recalled the fish dish and tried to figure out what went into it. In my research, I came across a lot of references to a Senegalese dish made with variations of lemon, vinegar, and mustard.

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Beef Tacos

Simple beef tacos from scratch that can be made in under 10 minutes. Make a quick meal with this beef taco recipe.

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Beef Tenderloin

  Ingredients: 2 1/2 pounds center-cut beef tenderloin, tied by […]

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Chicken Tsukune (Japanese Chicken Sausage)

Tsukune, a type of yakitori, is a lightly seasoned Japanese chicken sausage which is grilled and glazed with a sweet and savory taré.

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Chicken Piccata

Tender chicken cutlets fried until golden brown and draped in a fresh, tangy lemon and caper sauce. Chicken piccata takes less than 30 minutes to prepare.

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Chicken Paprikash

With just a handful of ingredients, Chicken Paprikash, or Paprika Chicken is a simple delicious Hungarian stew.

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Fish And Chips

Moist, tender fish fillets wrapped in a light crispy beer batter, served with crunchy twice fried chips. The trick to making sure everything stays crispy until it hits the table is to double fry them.

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Chicken Teriyaki

  Ingredients: 1 tbsp. vegetable oil 4 pieces chicken, trimmed, […]

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Fish Veracruz

Pescado a la Veracruzana literally means fish in the style of Veracruz. Fish Veracruz is light, colorful and simple Mexican dish with tomatoes, capers and olives.

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Stuffed Bread

Intro Sometimes the most delicious dishes don’t have the most appetizing names, like brown butter for example. If you had never had brown butter but just knew about it from its deceptively “blah” name you would have no idea that brown butter is quite simply one of the most amazing smells/tastes known to man. Rather…

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Pasta Frittata

Ingredients:2 cups leftover pasta4 eggs beaten2 tablespoons butter1/2 cup whichever cheese the pasta called forInstructions:Preheat the broiler on high with the rack on the second-highest shelf.Mix pasta and beaten eggs in a large bowl and set aside. Heat the butter in a small oven-proof pan (preferably cast-iron) over medium heat, then add pasta-egg mixture and allow…

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Wild Garlic Pasta

I’ve become weary – and wary – of the American aisles in European supermarkets. And have come to the conclusion that people think we all eat badly because we live on bottled salad dressings, orange cheese in squirt bottles, and strawberry Fluff, which is something I’ve never seen in America. And I like Fluff just…

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Beef Rendang

This Beef Rendang was one of the dishes I learned […]

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Pasta Puttanesca

“Whore’s pasta.” Was ever a name so perfectly suited to a dish? This is edgy, spicy, and just the right side of wrong, conjuring up visions of Neapolitan streets and dangerous women in tight dresses.–Sophie Dahl LC Hurry It Up Already! Note When time constraints scream for takeout, consider tossing together this weeknight-friendly pasta instead.…

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Multigrain Bread

Mulitgrain Bread/Photo by Donna Turner Ruhlman A multigrain bread recipe will open the new year for a reason.  Will Turnage (aka @wubbahed), Donna and I finished and submitted to Apple last week a bread baking app for iPad.  It’s time finally to act on a fascinating email I got from a baker in North Carolina…

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