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Simple Seafood Stew

Simple Seafood Stew

Are you afraid to cook fish? If you are, you are not alone. For many years I thought I didn’t really like fish, but I grew up in a time when everything was cooked to death! If it wasn’t well done, it wasn’t eaten. When I learned how to properly cook fish, a whole new […]

Mustard Green and Smoky Chickpea Strudel

Mustard Green and Smoky Chickpea Strudel

  If you have a vegetarian in the family then you know what poor excuses for a vegetarian entree are often served in restaurants. Making a vegetarian entree does not have to be difficult, you just need to be mindful of the ingredients. Working with Cut ‘N Clean Greens again, I developed a very fancy […]

Goat’s Milk Asparagus-Tarragon Quiche | Black Girl Chef's Whites

Tasty Vegetarian Options for Easter Dinner

Easter dinner means many things to many people. Roasted leg of lamb, a nice glazed ham, maybe a brisket. All great choices, unless you are a vegetarian or have one in your family. This Goat Milk Asparagus-Tarragon Quiche is so satisfying and rich, so absolutely delicious, that everyone will love it. Whether vegetarian, carnivore or […]

Greens N Grits

Greens N Grits

  Grits. Southerners eat them. A lot. Some like them sweetened with sugar and drowning in butter. Some like them with salt and pepper and drowning in butter. Some don’t have a clue what they are. I tend to laugh when some snobbish foodie goes on and on about how wonderful polenta is, then if […]

Ramen with Choy Sum and Pork

Ramen with Choy Sum and Pork

A big bowl of ramen is such a beautiful thing. I wax poetic, but really, how can you not love a bowl of chewy noodles, unctuous broth, healthy greens and succulent meat? Not to mention a soft boiled egg, which when opened oozes a golden yolk , the texture like that of smooth custard.   The […]

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Organic Meyer Lemon Curd Puff Pastry Tarts

Little bites of sunshine. That’s what these tasty mini gems are. Little bites of sunshine in your mouth. Sweet/tart organic Meyer lemon curd, buttery puff pastry and a burst of berry sweetness. Bliss. These are a sweet treat for a brunch or cocktail party. Their small size makes them easy to hold in one hand […]

Pineapple Coconut Rainbow Bread Pudding | Black Girl Chef's Whites

Pineapple Coconut Rainbow Bread Pudding

  The first time I laid eyes on this bread I was drawn to it. The psychedelic swirl of color got my attention, my mind filling with fun recipe ideas to showcase the intertwined hues. It was love  at first bite.     My brother-from-another-mother Kevin’s wife Myrna brought a loaf to Ruby, so she could […]

Bananas Foster Ice Cream Ingredients

Bananas Foster Ice Cream

Are you like me and always have over ripened bananas in your kitchen?  The toddler loves bananas, but how many can a two year old eat?  So, sooner or later I have a bunch of black bananas on hand.  I tend to peel and freeze them for later use, then end up with a freezer […]

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