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Zesty Lime Corn Chicken Salad

I was inspired to create this salad after recently visiting the sky lounge of our frequent airline.  They often serve the same old same old options for lunch, but both  Bill and I were thrilled when we saw that the lounge had a few new options including a vegetable salad with a very forward taste […]

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Crispy Chicken Milanese, by Hello Fresh

This is another great dish by Hello Fresh!  Milanese is an Italian dish that consists of a thin slice of beef, chicken, veal, or sometimes pork, and even eggplants or soy coated with flour or bread crumbs and browned in hot oil or butter.  Some people prefer to use very little oil and then bake them […]

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Chunky Tomato Basil Soup

Bill and I recently returned back to “winter’ after spending a month of summer in South Africa.  Upon our return, we grabbed take out lunch at Perkin’s and enjoyed a small bowl of their delicious soup.  It was surprisingly good and had us craving more.  Thick, creamy soup made with tomatoes as the primary ingredient […]

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Angle Hair Chicken Hot Dish

What people in most other parts of the country call casserole, Minnesotans call “Hotdish” and according to Wikipedia, is a variety of a casserole that typically contains a starch, a meat or other protein, a canned or frozen vegetable, and mixed with canned soup.  It’s history goes back to when budget-minded farm wives needed to feed […]

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Butterflied, Baked Herb Cornish Hens

I don’t know why people only serve Cornish hens on special occassions.  A cornish hen typically commands a higher price per pound than chickens, despite a shorter growing span of 28 to 30 days, as opposed to 42 or more for regular chicken.  But although rumored to be expensive in comparison, I’ve found them locally […]

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