Artichokes & Zahara

Posted Sun, 02/05/17

The other day, I had one of my all-time favorite meals and also experimented with a new recipe. Guess which is which!


Baked Artichokes

Baked Artichokes


Zahara (Syrian fried cauliflower)

Zahara (Syrian fried cauliflower)


Enjoy the good eats!


*Related Blog Posts: Little Feasts (05/01/05), Mid-Day Feast (07/14/06), Luncheon Nirvana (04/14/11) and Artichokes & Zahara (02/05/17). 

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Tamales & Tomato Soup III

Posted Mon, 01/02/17

One of my wintertime favorites:


Tamales & Tomato Soup

Tamales & Tomato Soup


Click here for the recipe. Enjoy!


*Related Blog Posts: Tamales & Tomato Soup (10/10/03), Tamales & Tomato Soup II (09/15/14) and Tamales & Tomato Soup III (01/02/17).

 

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Ham & Beans

Posted Tue, 12/27/16

A tried and true favorite, especially wonderful during the cold winter months:


Ham & Beans

Ham & Beans


Click here for the recipe. Enjoy!

 

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Cornmeal & Crab Cakes

Posted Sat, 12/17/16

Crab cakes are not only delicious appetizers, but quite satisfying as a main meal as well. The other day I had a craving, but had limited resources in my food cupboard. I didn't feel like going to the store, so I improvised by using cornmeal stuffing combined with canned crab.


While my photo leaves a lot to be desired, the actual result was very tasty:


Crab Cakes. Click on image to view larger size in a new window.

Crab Cakes (with cornmeal stuffing base).

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There are also two variations of crab cakes to be found on Food Fare: Blackbeard's Crab Cakes and Old Bay Crab Cakes.

 

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Recipe Additions

Posted Mon, 10/10/16

The latest recipe additions to Food Fare:


Baked Salmon. Click on image to view larger size in a new window.

Baked Salmon


Easy Cheesy Potatoes. Click on image to view larger size in a new window.

Easy Cheesy Potatoes


Fried Zucchini. Click on image to view larger size in a new window.

Fried Zucchini


Shamrock Egg. Click on image to view larger size in a new window.

Shamrock Egg


Slivered Potatoes. Click on image to view larger size in a new window.

Slivered Potatoes


Zucchini Bundt Cake. Click on image to view larger size in a new window.

Zucchini Bundt Cake


More new recipes coming soon . . . keep your eyes peeled!

 

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Halloween Goodies

Posted Sat, 10/01/16

My favorite time of year is finally here!


The heat of summer is now just an unpleasant memory. Foliage is changing color, shedding the dusty look of the driest season. Food also becomes more alluring, full of harvest hues and flavors.


Food Fare: Halloween RecipesAutumn usually provides a bounty of fresh produce, including pumpkins, squashes and zucchini. Zucchini Casserole is another favorite, along with Apple-Stuffed Acorn Squash, Baked Pine Nuts, Pumpkin Cookies and Pumpkin Pie Pudding. The possibilities are literally endless.


Looking for more Graveyard Grub? Recipes for the season? Or some Halloween folklore? For ghoulish tidbits from Food Fare, take a pick from Halloween History or All Hallows Eve - if you dare . . . Learn about Halloween traditions around the globe, famous legends, tricks and trivia, Halloween words that originated many centuries ago, peruse ghoulish web links, and try your hand at some fiendish delights:


Black Cat Pie, Bloodshake, Bloody Mary Dip, Bread of the Dead, Eyeballs, Eye of Newt, Freaky Fingers, Monster Eyes, Soul Cakes, Spider Web Dip, Toasted Tombstones, Witches Brew and many more.


And don't forget about the Pumpkin Patch, which includes the history of pumpkins, tips on growing pumpkins, varieties, methods of cooking, health benefits, trivia, and a few choice recipes such as Pumpkin Dip, Pumpkin Pancakes and Roasted Pumpkin Seeds.


Enjoy the season!

 

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