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Cuban Sandwiches

I bake bread as well and would really appreciate getting the recipe you used for the Cuban bread. Looks delish--great job! Enjoy!

Mar 31, 2015
qtprof in Recipes

Italian Tuna-and-Rice Salad

terrific salad. I added capers

Jun 30, 2013
qtprof in Recipes

Cuban Sandwiches

Sparky, I noticed the same thing when I went to Cuba. When I asked the people I was with about the sandwich, they laughed. They said the food situation on the island was so bad that the new Cuban Sandwich was bread and cheese because the pork, ham and pickle had run off to Miami...a joke, of course, but still no sandwich to be found. Did you find any decent places to eat there? If so, please share!

Aug 09, 2012
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Basic Veggie Risotto

Can you make some suggestions using brown arborio or some other short-grain brown rice? Thanks!

May 15, 2011
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The Lady Prefers Couscous

By lady's fingers do you mean okra?

Feb 08, 2011
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13 Things to Do With Canned Sardines

Ecuadoran style sardines = combine canned sardines in tomato sauce with a boiled potato and red onion relish (red onion warmed in lemon juice, then drizzled with olive oil, S&P to taste) = yummy and so simple. Mound the salad on a scoop of brown rice and dinner is special, delicious and nutritious!

Jan 22, 2011
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Ginger Chicken Jook (Rice Porridge)

Can you make jook with Brown rice?

Jan 12, 2011
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Beef Wellington

Momnivore: can you share your blue cheese recipe? I know I'll sound like a Philistine when I say this, but I'm not crazy about liver and pate doesn't do it for me. Thanks in advance!

Dec 17, 2010
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Fire-Charred Green Beans with Cajun Dipping Sauce

You can also do these on the stove in a very large frying pan. I melt a little butter on high, add some olive oil, then toss in the green beans, some minced garlic, salt and pepper. You toss the beans well until they are covered in the oil mixture and the herbs, then spread the beans out in the pan so they fry and not steam and don't touch them for at least five minutes until they begin to char a bit. My husband loves them this way because they don't get soggy. Try this with haricort verts--it reduces the cooking time and the beans are delicious.

May 23, 2010
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Croq-Télé (Almond Cookies)

can these be made with any nutmeal?

May 03, 2010
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Italian Deli Blowout Sandwich

If you replace the mozzarella with some smoky provolone, you've got yourself a deal!

Oct 08, 2009
qtprof in Recipes

100 Pounds of Leftovers

I agree about the heart. My mother used to make estofado de corazon with calf hearts and carrots and potatoes. It was a delicious stew she served with rice. She did the same thing with tongue. One trick she had to deal with tougher cuts was to add a bit of beer or wine to the broth when the stew was cooking. Yum!

May 24, 2009
qtprof in Features