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I am a web designer by day and a food enthusiast by night. I'm originally from the Fort Lauderdale/Miami area but moved to the west coast (first Oregon ans now California) three years ago. Prior to that I spent two years in France and Spain. Living in Europe not only made me a much more experimental cook, but also taught me about the importance of improvising in a recipe -- because on most days I could never find all of the ingredients I needed!
I try to use fresh/seasonal market ingredients when available and I add hot peppers to pretty much everything (so watch out!). I hope you enjoy my recipes and feel free to share.
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*All recipes are my own unless otherwise noted.
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I remember first discovering white chili in Leavenworth, Washington as a child and it is still one of my favorite wintery comfort foods. I have cooked this Chicken & White Bean Chili recipe for many people and it is always a hit so remember to share...
I find salads one of the least boring foods, since there are so many possibilities when making them. Here is a non-traditional salad that is sure to stir up your lunchtime routine. Serves: 2 Ingredients: 1 flank steak, cut into thin strips 1 bag of...
It was time to clear out some leftover food in the house (again!) and what a better way to utilize corn, red beans and vegetables than make a wonderfully spicy vegetable enchilada soup?! One item I always keep on hand are bouillon cubes — just...
I wouldn’t typically make a chili in the middle of summer, especially a HOT summer like we are experiencing now. But for some reason it sounded good and I had a huge jar of red beans that needed to be used, so voilà! Serves: 4...
In this recipe I cheat a little bit — I don’t make my own Thai curry paste. Who does? It’s mostly out of convenience, but also because I discovered an amazing and authentic Thai green curry paste several years ago. This dish still takes quite...