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Sausages and Balsamic Grapes with Mash

03.27.2015 · Posted in Main Dishes

This dish is a take-off on “bangers and mash” or sausages and mashed potatoes.  It has its origins in London and Dublin public houses or pubs going back to 1919…the ultimate pub-grub for the working class.   However, bangers and mash is immensely popular in all Common Wealth countries around the world.   Its cheap comfort food ...

Mojo Isleño – Red Snapper with Islander Sauce

08.29.2014 · Posted in Main Dishes

Literally, Mojo Isleño means "islander sauce" and Pargo (red snapper) is the traditional fish for this recipe, though grouper, cod, tilapia or any white-flesh fish will do. This sauce is very close to a Sofrito with the usual Puerto Rican ingredients: garlic, onion, sweet red and green peppers, tomatoes, green olives, ...

Quick Pickled Green Beans

07.28.2014 · Posted in Preserves & Condiments

"From vine to brine in less than 12 hours" is the rule of thumb for home pickling. This brine is so simple to make and can be made in large volumes so you can pickle as you pick those young tender beans, baby cukes and okra. Add a slice of garlic, a ...