Author Archives: Mike

Shrimp Campechana

This recipe serves as a nice little Mexican-style seafood cocktail appetizer!

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Chicken Wings

Lightly battered chicken wings are worth making at home.

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Seafood Robert

Weekday dinner with a kick!

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Lobster and Vegetable Tempura

What is better than lobster?  Tempura lobster, of course!

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Fried Fish Sandwich with Coleslaw and Tartar Sauce

Back in the panhandle of Florida, a fried Grouper sandwich is a staple of beach eatery.  And while Grouper is my preference, this recipe works well with Cod or Halibut.

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Garlic-Lime Grilled Chicken Breasts

This recipe has quickly moved up the list of our favorite meals!  The marinated chicken is moist and tender off the grill while the finishing sauce enhances the flavor perfectly.

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Sichuan Stir-Fried Chicken in Garlic Sauce

Finally – great Chinese food at home!

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Jalapeño Poppers

Whether grilled or fried, Jalapeño poppers are always a crowd favorite. After experimenting with the various options, this version has become the favorite for my crowd!

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Marinated Mushrooms

Marinated mushrooms can be found at the corner of Simple and Tasty!  They can also add an elegant touch to a summer get together with friends.

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Pain de Mie (Pullman Loaf)

Is there anything better than fresh, homemade bread?  Yes, that is a rhetorical question…

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