this recipe came to me from my dad who nabbed it from my great aunt lil. we catch so many sockeye salmon every year and have done just about everything you can think of with them; drying (st'wan), baked and then canned, raw pack canned, smoked, barbequed and now pickled. i have a few more recipes at my blog; http://kansasa.blogspot.com
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this is recipe given to me by a girlfriend which she got off a cooking show (she can't remember which one) but she o'kay it is not gourmet but it does taste pretty good and it is quick. served with a salad and a healthy meal. no brand of 2 minute noodle
this is one of the zaar recipes that i adopted. i hope to make this soon as it looks like a dish my family would enjoy. i’ll edit the recipe accordingly if needed. andouille sausage is not available in my area, so i'll substitute a local smoked sausage
a simple, but simply delicious sandwich! i grew up on tomato and mayo sandwiches, but recently decided to add avocados. i've never looked back, yum!! do not attempt this recipe with a store bought, tasteless tomato! this recipe makes two sandwiches.
everyone whose ever heard about the bahamas thinks about conch. we were once called the conch isles. however, it is little known fact that conch is the most perennial dish, not the the national dish! the most important part of the national dish of the ba
similar to a classic battery bread, this slightly sweet loaf is wonderful fresh, or toasted with butter and honey. almost a coffeecake, but not too rich. raspberries would work, as would a vanilla paste swirl.
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