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Smoked Salmon Salad Smoked Salmon Salad By Cooking with Barry & Meta 03/04/15 02:16 Barry used some salmon filets that he had smoked to create a delicious salmon salad. Of course he just kind of threw it together, using what we had on hand. So instead of the usual recipe specifics, I’m just providing a basic outline . . . Smoked Salmon...
3 competition-style recipes Kansas ProStart student competition 3 competition-style recipes Kansas ProStart student competition By Cooking with Barry & Meta 03/02/15 21:35 The Abilene High School culinary team has been working and is ready for the Kansas ProStart competition being held in Wichita March 3-4. Below are the recipes they are preparing. See the story I wrote about this competition, "Abilene High School Students...
Plain 'ole Chicken Noodle Soup — a comfort & a curative Plain 'ole Chicken Noodle Soup — a comfort & a curative By Cooking with Barry & Meta 02/27/15 16:22 Barry is under the weather so plain 'ole Chicken Noodle Soup is on the menu . . . Chicken Noodle Soup 1 whole chicken (about 3 ½ lb.), rinsed, giblets discarded 2 to 3 quarts water 4 sprigs of dried sage (about 2 teaspoons 2 bay leaves ¼ teaspoon red pepper...
Pasta with a Pizzaz & it’s gluten-free! (tomatoes, onions, basil pesto & a little sausage form the sauce & we switched to rice pasta) Pasta with a Pizzaz & it’s gluten-free! (tomatoes, onions, basil pesto & a little sausage form the sauce & we switched to rice pasta) By Cooking with Barry & Meta 02/19/15 03:17 Sauce with a Pizzaz!Hungry for pasta, I decided to put a twist on the sauce and swap traditional pasta for a variation made from ground brown rice and rice bran. As far as the sauce goes, it is pretty much my usual recipe except I went heavy on the veggies,...
Beginning with the basics: Aloo Gobi—Indian Style Cauliflower with Potatoes Beginning with the basics: Aloo Gobi—Indian Style Cauliflower with Potatoes By Cooking with Barry & Meta 02/16/15 01:46 After interviewing Kamila Dandu and tasting her Chicken Tikka (Dandu Style , Sunflower Living Magazine, spring 2013, pp. 22-27), I was sold on Indian food. Since then we have continued to enjoy Indian cuisine at the Monsoon Grill in Topeka. However, I must...
Double the Flavor—Twice Baked Potato stuffed with sweet potato filling Double the Flavor—Twice Baked Potato stuffed with sweet potato filling By Cooking with Barry & Meta 02/13/15 16:06 Baked Russet Potato + Baked Sweet Potato = Calorie-conscious stuffed potato with twice the flavor that loaded with nutrients! Inspired by a combo baked potato prepared by Joan Thayer, I simply baked two potatoes (one russet, one sweet potato, cut each in...
The flavors of Arizona back home in Kansas — Grapefruit Panna Cotta The flavors of Arizona back home in Kansas — Grapefruit Panna Cotta By Cooking with Barry & Meta 02/11/15 15:10 In addition to having a wonderful time in Arizona, we brought home a big sackful of grapefruit and other citrus—handpicked by Barry and Jon. And, as chance would have it, while we were still in south Texas I watched a show (The Chew) where Michael Symon...
“Condo Cooking with Duncan Hines” — Our Adventures in Good Eating and in Good Cooking, part 3 “Condo Cooking with Duncan Hines” — Our Adventures in Good Eating and in Good Cooking, part 3 By Cooking with Barry & Meta 02/10/15 00:24 Our Adventures in Good Eating and in Good Cooking “Condo Cooking with Duncan Hines” Part 3 in a series of 3 (with recipes for Welsh Rabbit & Quick Brown Sugar Drop Cookies) During our month long stay in south Texas we certainly had our fair share of adventures...
Eating German Crepes Made by a Canadian in South Texas ... and more Eating German Crepes Made by a Canadian in South Texas ... and more By Cooking with Barry & Meta 02/08/15 16:16 Our Adventures in Good Eating Part 2 in a series of 3 “A Few Culinary Surprises in South Texas” by Meta Newell West We expected lots of BBQ, Mexican and regional food on our month long stay in south Texas and we found it, but we were also treated to home...
“Independent Eating (and drinking) Establishments in South Texas— Our Adventures in Good Eating, part 1 “Independent Eating (and drinking) Establishments in South Texas— Our Adventures in Good Eating, part 1 By Cooking with Barry & Meta 02/05/15 16:06 Barry and Meta on their travels through south Texas.Normally my blog entries feature recipes, but after a recent trip to south Texas I couldn't resist writing about the places we ate. This is the first of three articles about our trip. The other two do...
More Chocolate Sauce, Please More Chocolate Sauce, Please By Cooking with Barry & Meta 01/25/15 17:07 One taste of this sauce and Barry said, "That tastes like more, please!" Made from cocoa powder, this thick fudgy homemade chocolate sauce takes ice cream to a whole new level of deliciousness. More Chocolate Sauce 3/4 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup unsweetened...
Almost No-Knead Oat Bread Almost No-Knead Oat Bread By Cooking with Barry & Meta 01/10/15 23:40 We can't seem to get enough of this bread. Again, I started with Cook’s Country Almost No-Knead Bread basic recipe but this time I used part oat flour and topped the loaf with additional oatmeal. But, I'm not done yet—still have plans for rye bread, Parmesan...
Murder mixed in w/ Graham Cracker Cake & Pineapple Topping Murder mixed in w/ Graham Cracker Cake & Pineapple Topping By Cooking with Barry & Meta 01/09/15 20:19 I am intrigued with murder mysteries that include food and recipes. When I read Joanne Fluke’s Blackberry Pie Murder, I was also intrigued with her recipe for Graham Cracker Cake—a cake that relies on just graham crackers for its basic structure, no flour...
Almost No-Knead Cranberry-Pecan Bread Almost No-Knead Cranberry-Pecan Bread By Cooking with Barry & Meta 01/07/15 01:40 I started with Cook’s Country plain Almost No-Knead Bread and we liked it so much that I mixed up another batch, this time adding dried cranberries and pecans. It, too, is delicious and easy. Thinking about trying an oat or rye variation next. Almost No-Knead...
Three generations of Veach bakers present: Rhubarb Pie, Apple Galette & Cinnamon Rounds Three generations of Veach bakers present: Rhubarb Pie, Apple Galette & Cinnamon Rounds By Cooking with Barry & Meta 01/05/15 20:25 The Best Bakings Come in Threes John Veach's picture perfect Rhubarb-Strawberry PieThree generations of bakers are included in my Chef’s Table article that appears in the winter 2015 issue of Sunflower Living magazine. While John Veach offers up his “easy...
“Something Different” Side Dish—Barley Pilaf with Veggies “Something Different” Side Dish—Barley Pilaf with Veggies By Cooking with Barry & Meta 01/04/15 17:59 Barley Pilaf with Roasted ChickenBarley makes a great side dish; we served ours with roasted (spatchcock) chicken and another side of coleslaw. Quick-cooking barley would cook faster (dish would cook in about 15 minutes) but we keep pearl barley on hand...
Almost No-Knead Bread — crusty, artisan-style bread with a minimum of effort Almost No-Knead Bread — crusty, artisan-style bread with a minimum of effort By Cooking with Barry & Meta 01/03/15 15:40 Oh my gosh! I’ve made several no-knead (or partial knead) breads in the past but never as good as this loaf! They’ve all started with flour, yeast, salt and water – the basics that are allowed to ferment, and then with minimal effort, are shaped and baked...
Olive-filled Cheese Puffs -- Great with drinks or for a snack Olive-filled Cheese Puffs -- Great with drinks or for a snack By Cooking with Barry & Meta 01/01/15 18:06 Paprika-topped Olive-filled Cheese Puffs. Back in the 1970s and 80s I used to make a recipe similar to this one. Forgot all about them until our nephew brought them to a holiday gathering. This is a variation of my 70-80s era recipe. Although I made these,...
Good Luck in a Bowl: Black-Eyed Pea & Sausage Soup Good Luck in a Bowl: Black-Eyed Pea & Sausage Soup By Cooking with Barry & Meta 12/31/14 20:21 It's traditional and we try to eat a black eyed pea dish on New Year's Day. This year I tried something a little different and for extra luck we had a small bowl today. on New Year's Eve, too. The soup is hearty and features a great combination of flavors....
Abilene Kansas App News Center: Little Spirit Recipe For The New Year Abilene Kansas App News Center: Little Spirit Recipe For The New Year By Cooking with Barry & Meta 12/31/14 04:15 Abilene Kansas App News Center: Little Spirit Recipe For The New Year: Toasting the New Year – Her Way! by Meta Newell West As the New Year approaches, it’s traditional to raise a glass of ch... Click on the link above to read my story about a wonderful...
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