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Cioppino

Cioppino Cioppino is a seafood soup or stew originating in San Franciso back in the 1800’s by Italian fisherman from the daily catch. It can be made from any combination of fish, mussels, crabs, scallops, squid, or whatever was caught that day. Of course, what would a seafood meal at the San Francisco Wharf be […]

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Chicken Andouille Sausage Gumbo

Chicken Andouille Sausage Gumbo Chicken Andouille Sausage Gumbo is a New Orleans staple. It’s found throughout the South, especially in Cajun and Creole areas of Louisiana. There are many variations. They are made with a combination of chicken, sausage, crab, shrimp and other seafood. The okra gives it the thickness while cooking and the Gumbo […]

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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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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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