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Mexican-style Chicken-Quinoa-Bean Bake Mexican-style Chicken-Quinoa-Bean Bake By Cooking with Barry & Meta 08/18/14 15:10 A recipe on Pinterest inspired this recipe that includes homemade enchilada sauce This is definitely a healthy version of Mexican food, and quite tasty, too. Mexican-style Chicken-Quinoa-Bean Bake 4+ servings 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 small onion, finely...
Homemade Enchilada Sauce . . . uses everyday ingredients Homemade Enchilada Sauce . . . uses everyday ingredients By Cooking with Barry & Meta 08/15/14 15:06 Homemade Enchilada Sauce uses everyday ingredients and is easy to make. Note: This sauce can be stored in the refrigerator for a week; it also freezes well. Homemade Enchilada Sauce Makes about 1 ¾ cups 3 tablespoons canola oil 3 tablespoons cornstarch...
Vegetarian Tacos . . . made with lentils Vegetarian Tacos . . . made with lentils By Cooking with Barry & Meta 08/09/14 22:23 All the fixings for tacos + a side dish of Zucchini & Corn in the background. Our niece, Colette West, told us about this recipe some time ago. And, then I forgot about it until just recently. When she originally sent the recipe she mentioned that it could...
Calabacitas y Maiz — Zucchini & Corn Calabacitas y Maiz — Zucchini & Corn By Cooking with Barry & Meta 08/09/14 02:19 When I interviewed Dennis Medina for my monthly cooking column in the Abilene Reflector-Chronicle (1/30/07), he provided his grandmother's recipe for zucchini and corn. He makes it often and it is incredibly delicious, and easy, too. The following is what...
Zucchini Pancakes — plain or topped with an egg Zucchini Pancakes — plain or topped with an egg By Cooking with Barry & Meta 08/06/14 15:39 Another recipe in our zucchini quest—this one (with the added egg) would be great for breakfast or brunch but we actually prepared it for dinner/supper. Although there are all sorts of jokes about an over abundance of squash, in the past few years the squash...
Smashed Fried Okra — eating from the garden Smashed Fried Okra — eating from the garden By Cooking with Barry & Meta 08/04/14 03:02 My mom gave me a magazine clipping for this recipe. It called for a pound of okra. Yes, we have a pound of okra (our plants are prolific) but there is no way that Barry and I can eat a pound of fried okra! In addition to the pound of okra, the recipe called...
Chocolate Zucchini Snacking Cake Chocolate Zucchini Snacking Cake By Cooking with Barry & Meta 07/30/14 15:41 I should call this Double Chocolate Zucchini Snacking Cake due to the fact that it contains both cocoa powder and then chocolate chips in the topping. Although I’d like to say this is a somewhat healthy dessert—it contains zucchini, dark chocolate cocoa...
Herbed Pork Tenderloin . . . part of a protein platter Herbed Pork Tenderloin . . . part of a protein platter By Cooking with Barry & Meta 07/28/14 15:17 Immersion in a mixture of lemon, oil, mustard and fresh herbs adds flavor to this pork tenderloin and creates a tasty, tender meat dish that was perfect on a protein-based snack platter that I recently put together. Besides pork, the platter contained,...
Sliders — the beef and the buns Sliders — the beef and the buns By Cooking with Barry & Meta 07/26/14 23:42 Sliders – my idea of a perfect hamburger. Eat just one for a light meal or try several, varying the flavor components (we’ve provided two variations below). But the real secret is a good, soft bun that perfectly fits the beef patty. I found the “perfect”...
Party Fare—Fresh Spinach & Artichoke Filling in Crispy Wonton Cups Party Fare—Fresh Spinach & Artichoke Filling in Crispy Wonton Cups By Cooking with Barry & Meta 07/22/14 04:05 I love both the flavors + the crisp crunch paired with the creamy goodness of these yummy appetizers. Both the filling and cups can be made ahead. Just fill the wonton cups right before your guests arrive. Since the cups are crisp, they hold up well without...
You can’t believe how fast it disappears! — jazzabell . . . very spicy and incredible You can’t believe how fast it disappears! — jazzabell . . . very spicy and incredible By Cooking with Barry & Meta 07/20/14 17:07 Barry loves this sweet and spicy sauce. He first tasted it at a friend’s home and went on about it so much that she often makes a batch just for him. Research indicates that this sauce (also referred to as Jezebel) was a Southern staple back in the 50s...
Adding a few more layers of flavor to . . .Layered Dip + Barry's Home-fried Corn Chips Adding a few more layers of flavor to . . .Layered Dip + Barry's Home-fried Corn Chips By Cooking with Barry & Meta 07/19/14 07:27 A tomato rose garnishes this old favorite! There’s nothing new or mysterous about this old favorite that is always first to go at parties. However, I’ve made a few changes adding to the layers of flavor already included in this dip. First—I heat the beans...
Zucchini Quest continues w/ delicious cream of zucchini soup Zucchini Quest continues w/ delicious cream of zucchini soup By Cooking with Barry & Meta 07/13/14 21:30 Delicious! This is a simple soup that is full of flavor. I used fresh herbs for added flavor but dried herbs could also be used, or seasoning could be varied. We had the warm soup with a sandwich and sliced tomatoes for a light and very delicious lunch....
On a Zucchini Quest — Zucchini Lasagna On a Zucchini Quest — Zucchini Lasagna By Cooking with Barry & Meta 07/11/14 02:40 With loads of zucchini, I am on a zucchini quest. Today it is zucchini lasagna which I sliced thin (a mandoline is a must) and grilled in order to remove excess moisture. Using zucchini instead of noodles means that this dish is loaded with veggies and...
No-Knead Walnut-Rosemary Bread - easy, healthy No-Knead Walnut-Rosemary Bread - easy, healthy By Cooking with Barry & Meta 07/10/14 05:02 This is a variation of a no-knead, slow-rise, no-fuss bread created by Jim Lahey, founder of Sullivan Street Bakery in New York. His ideas about bread making toss traditional thinking aside, and have spawned a lots of variations and adaptations. Cool water,...
Pickled Cucumber Salad – it lasts all summer Pickled Cucumber Salad – it lasts all summer By Cooking with Barry & Meta 07/04/14 04:19 A summer salad that could last all summer! As the vegetables begin to diminish, add fresh ones to the pickling juice. Pickled Cucumber Salad Makes 1 quart 4 small to medium cucumbers, thinly sliced ½ of a large red onion or 1 small, thinly sliced 1 medium...
Sugar, spice, dried fruit and nuts — Sourdough Sweet ‘n Spicy Bread + Quick Overnight Sourdough Starter Sugar, spice, dried fruit and nuts — Sourdough Sweet ‘n Spicy Bread + Quick Overnight Sourdough Starter By Cooking with Barry & Meta 07/01/14 16:33 I always keep sourdough starter in the fridge (made from yeast – see recipe below), and usually make sourdough French bread. But every once in awhile, I make this breakfast bread which is great for toast. It is a recipe I adapted years ago and it remains...
Mediterranean Fish with tomatoes, olives & capers — tasty, healthy, simple & quick Mediterranean Fish with tomatoes, olives & capers — tasty, healthy, simple & quick By Cooking with Barry & Meta 06/30/14 16:37 Mediterranean flavors combine in a tasty, healthy, simple and quick sauce that is a perfect compliment to mild white fish. We served it over quinoa, but orzo or rice would also be great accompaniments. Mediterranean Fish with Tomatoes, Olives & Capers 3...
No soaking or precooking required! Crock Pot Red Beans and Rice No soaking or precooking required! Crock Pot Red Beans and Rice By Cooking with Barry & Meta 06/25/14 00:32 Add dry bean to the slow cooked and cook in water without soaking or even a quick cook! I couldn’t believe this would really work, but just check out the photos below! So easy—just dump and the crock pot really does the rest! The recipe below makes a really...
Sarah Mullins’ Reinventing Zucchini Bread from cook’s illustrated Sarah Mullins’ Reinventing Zucchini Bread from cook’s illustrated By Cooking with Barry & Meta 06/22/14 20:39 Ever since our July-August 2014 issue of COOK’S ILLUSTRATED arrived a couple of weeks ago I’ve been checking our zucchini plant. Finally, last evening Barry brought in our first crop . . . and I grabbed the magazine so I could try out Sarah Mullins’ Zucchini...
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