Monthly Archives: December 2013

Roasted Apple Sauce and Crock Pot Apple Butter

This is my new favorite way to make applesauce.  This technique creates a concentrated flavor of apples because there is no water necessary to roast the apples.  I cut the apples up and leave the skins and seeds in tact … Continue reading

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Broiled Pineapple, Avocado and Arugula Salad with Prosciutto Wrapped Mahi-Mahi

This fish and salad combination has it all – sweet, sour, savory and rich.  Broiling the pineapple mellows it nicely – I have seen it used in a few Cuban inspired salads and thought I might give it a try.  … Continue reading

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Almond Flour Banana Muffins

These little muffin are made without refined sugar or any grain.  Since there is very little honey in the recipe, the key is to use very ripe bananas – the blacker the better.  They are a great breakfast with your morning … Continue reading

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Dijon and Cognac Beef Stew

After trying many recipes of beef stew, it became clear, the quality of the beef matters greatly.  To achieve that tender cut-with-your-fork quality the beef must have that perfect ratio of fat to meat.  Many of the cuts sold as … Continue reading

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