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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, ...