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Spicy Tomato Salsa

Spicy Tomato Salsa

This Spicy Tomato Salsa is bursting with tons of fresh flavors and couldn’t be any easier or quicker to make. Just put everything into a food processor and pulse to your desired consistency. Then sit down with an entire bag of tortilla chips and a bowl of this salsa and watch them both disappear. It’s amazing how quickly that can happen, right? Continue Reading →

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Chocolate Mocha Baked Alaska

Chocolate Baked Alaska

The secret to this wonder is in its construction. Cake and ice cream are frozen together, then covered with meringue. The meringue acts as insulation, protecting the ice cream from the heat. The cake acts as a buffer from below and shields the ice cream. Baked Alaska is truly a unique treat. Your family will love it! Continue Reading →

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Fluffy Salmon Omelette

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Eggs are easiest to separate when they are cold, but will beat to greater volume when they have been allowed to warm at room temperature. Even a tiny speck of yolk will retard the white’s expanding, so do separate the eggs carefully. A non-plastic, grease-free bowl will help whites to achieve the greatest volume. For brunch, serve this Fluffy Salmon Omelette with some sliced fruit and a coffee cake and you’re set. Continue Reading →

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Chicken, Corn and Edamame Chowder

Chicken, Corn and Edamame Chowder

To turn this hearty Chicken, Corn and Edamame Chowder into a weeknight feast, serve it with some crusty garlic bread and a mixed green salad. The result is a staggering meal that takes minutes to make. Continue Reading →

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Grilled Salmon with Creamed Pesto Sauce

Grilled Salmon with Creamed Pesto Sauce

Swirling reduced fresh cream in herb pesto creates a delicate sauce for this Grilled Salmon with Creamed Pesto Sauce. Continue Reading →

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Seared Scallops with Teriyaki Salad

Seared Scallops with Teriyaki Salad

You just got home and you want a healthier answer to lunch or dinner than prepared foods or take out, but what to make? These Seared Scallops with Teriyaki Salad are a quick, fresh and flavorful dish using healthy and delicious ingredients to add to your repertoire. Continue Reading →

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Rosemary and Garlic Roasted Salmon

Rosemary and Garlic Roasted Salmon

Pungent rosemary is one of my favorite herbs. Incredibly versatile, its pine-like flavor complements everything from meat to vegetables to this Rosemary and Garlic Roasted Salmon. Rosemary can easily tolerate heat from cooking, but use it sparingly. Its strong flavor can quickly take over a dish. Continue Reading →

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Hoisin-Glazed Meatloaf

When served with a side of mashed potatoes (or mac and cheese), meatloaf is the perfect comfort food. This Hoisin-Glazed Meatloaf is a new take on the classic meatloaf, with two intriguing variations on the theme: A fancy version that is just right for meatloaf sandwiches and Hoisin-glazed minis that are perfect for a party. Continue Reading →

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Seared Salmon with Rice Pilaf

Seared Salmon with Rice Pilaf

This seared salmon with rice pilaf is a quick, healthy and flavorful dish. Excellent for a weeknight dinner and could be dressed up for a delicious dinner party. Continue Reading →

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Lemon Meringue Pie

Lemon Meringue Pie

We all have so many fond memories of Kay’s Kitchen in Ketchikan, Alaska. The famous peanut butter pie, apple pie, cherry cream cheese. For me it was the luscious lemon meringue pie. This is a fun and easy recipe to follow, because Kay made her pies sweet, simple and delicious! Continue Reading →

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