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Mike’s Red Beans and Rice

I have had 2 packages of Beef Chorizo sausage in my freezer for about 10 months. I was hesitant to use it because I cooked some pork Chorizo and really didn’t like it. Well, a couple of days ago Mike, my husband, was … Continue reading

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Red Beans and Rice

This dish is always a big hit around our place. Sometimes we use as a main dish with cornbread for lunch. The we use as it a side for dinner. The beans have a lot of protein and the rice … Continue reading

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Wild Rice Ratatouille

Wild rice isn’t really a rice at all. It is an aquatic plant member of the grass family. The Native Indians’ diet in the Upper Great Lakes region was based on the wild rice harvest. Although not a native plant of Oklahoma, … Continue reading

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Wild Rice and Vegetable Soup

What’s better than a one pot meal? Not much in my opinion. Pair with bread. Yummy! 4 quarts Vegetable Stock, store bought or home made 3 large cloves Garlic, peeled and pressed 1/4 cup sun dried Tomatoes, snipped into small pieces. … Continue reading

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Chicken Biryani

I promised a recipe for chicken biryani and here it is!  In 2004 there was a restaurant called The Ishtar at the Baghdad International Airport. They served both chicken and beef biryani, but my fav was chicken.  This recipe is a very close match … Continue reading

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Halupki

While growing up, I ate large amounts of halupki, stuffed cabbage rolls in the Eastern European style. I remember my Baba, grandmother, making them from the time I could stand at the table to watch her. 3 pounds lean ground Beef … Continue reading

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Hoppin’ John with Rice

In the south black-eyed peas are traditionally eaten on New Year’s Day for luck in the coming year. But this is good enough to have anytime. With little cooking involved, it is a good meal anytime a winter storm makes life interesting. … Continue reading

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