Category Archives: Stew

Chicken and Sausage Gumbo Recipe = Making the Roux

“Cooks Illustrated” Magazine for January and February 2017 has the recipe for Chicken and Sausage Gumbo that Alan wanted to try. Portland had a snow and ice storm right before my visit which made being a tourist well, not in … Continue reading

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Ragout of Broccolini, Beans, and Sausage Recipe with Clams

This time I bring a recipe to your attention, from Jacques Pepin’s televised PBS series Monsieur Pepin’s “Fast food” cooking. As a learner, I am a big fan of one pot cooking. This ragout recipe is a one-pan quick and easy recipe. Continue reading

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Berkeley’s Bistro Liaisons = Did I land in France?

“Seafood stew from Marseille with rock cod, scallops, prawns, mussels & clams infused with saffron, tomato, garlic, fennel & Pastis.” Continue reading

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Red Green Show Chili Recipe – No Foolin’ Canadian Humor

Anyway, this is about how to not make chili. Here’s a little humor for your weekend. Reminds me of me cooking in the kitchen. Continue reading

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Irish Stew – It Is Still Winter in The Northland

You may be enjoying trees and crocus blossoming in other parts of the world, but I am thinking about Irish stew to warm the remaining wintery evenings in my part of the world. Continue reading

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