Author Archive | Richard Sheffield

gingerbread coffee cake

Gingerbread Coffee Cake

Gingerbread Coffee Cake Gingerbread anyone? For Christmas? Fall season? Cookies? A Gingerbread House? Make a Gingerbread Man? They all come to mind when one hears Gingerbread. The Ginger, Cinnamon and other spices dance on your tongue as you think back to years gone by. This Gingerbread Coffee Cake isn’t so overly gingery that it will […]

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Cinnamon Apple Crisp

Cinnamon Apple Crisp This is tasty apple recipe to make during Apple Harvest Time when you have an abundance of apples and need something easy and fast….and delicious It is also a great dessert during the holidays when want a nice cinnamon flavor since cinnamon evokes holidays for many. Cinnamon Apple Crisp is also perfect […]

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Pork Roast with Thyme

Pork Roast with Thyme

Pork Roast with Thyme Makes 10 servings Who doesn’t love a good, juicy pork roast? Our Pork Roast with Thyme is such a roast. Pork has been a staple in many cuisines, like German, British, French and Asian. It is very versatile. You do so many things with it, and by changing the seasoning, it […]

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Ratatouille with Hawaiian Black Sea Salt

Ratatouille with Hawaiian Black Sea Salt Ratatouille with Hawaiian Black Sea Salt is a tasty twist on a French Classic. Classic Ratatouille uses tomatoes as the base. This version also uses tomatoes and shares some of the same basic ingredients. Besides adding Hawaiian Black Sea Salt, you also use Oregano instead of Thyme. Small differences […]

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Lasagna Soup

Lasagna Soup

Lasagna Soup Lasagna Soup is so good. Did somebody ask for seconds? It uses the same ingredients you find in pan lasagna, except in a soup. There are a few twists, like using Hot Italian Sausage, instead of ground hamburger, which gives so much extra flavor. We use fusilli pasta, which looks like corkscrews, since […]

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Green Chile Chicken Stew

Green Chile Chicken Stew Green Chile Chicken Stew is a traditional New Mexican dish when the Fall chile harvest comes in. Very flavorful. You can also use pork, beef or other protein substitute. There’s nothing like fresh, roasted green chile. Once harvested and roasted you can either freeze whole to use later, or dry, and […]

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Vadouvan Chicken Wings and Roasted Potatoes

Vadouvan Chicken Wings and Roasted Potatoes Vadouvan Chicken Wings and Roasted Potatoes is very non-curry, since it uses Vadouvan Curry more as a spice blend than as an Indian Curry spice. This is because the shallots, onion and garlic comes from the French influence while they colonized several parts of India. You will find many […]

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