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Grilled Swordfish

Grilled Swordfish

Grilled Swordfish, when it is good, is a real treat.  This recipe came from an old college friend who prepared it for us over 30 years ago.  It’s an easy recipe for a delightful meal.  Be sure to pair this with the Cucumber Dill Sauce; you will not be disappointed. …

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Potatoes Dauphinoise

Potatoes Dauphinoise

This potatoes dauphinoise is a great all-around entertaining recipe, a real crowd pleaser.  It may sound difficult but it’s so easy and can be adjusted for any size group, just add more potatoes and cream.

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Cole Slaw

This Cole Slaw recipe is a perfect side dish for Baby Back Ribs or your favorite burger.  This recipe contains no mayonnaise.

Curried Zucchini

Curried Zucchini

It’s zucchini time and my crop is abundant.  This curried zucchini recipe is one of my favorite sides in the summer.  I pair it with yellow squash as that too is prolific this time of year. If you don’t have both veggies, use just the one; it’s good either way.

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Baked Beans

These baked beans are a perfect side dish for Baby Back Ribs or your favorite summer or winter family gathering. ENJOY!

Wild Rice Pilaf

Wild Rice Pilaf

This is such a simple recipe for wild rice pilaf and so, so delicious. It pairs well with just about any robust meat, poultry, game or salmon.

Stacked Avocado and Peach appetizer

Stacked Avocado and Peach Appetizer

We found this stacked avocado and peach appetizer in a restaurant in Minnesota, my wife didn’t like it…I said I can make it better.  Now she likes it!

Home Made Tartar Sauce

Home Made Tartar Sauce

This home made tartar sauce certainly is better than off-the-shelf, but also more time consuming.  If you’re serving great fish, it’s well worth the effort. Makes 1 1/2 cups

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Pan Seared Salmon with Crispy Skin

This recipe is so simple and so good.  It produces salmon fillets that have a crispy and tasty skin while the interior is nice and moist. 🍷 Wine Pairing:  A Pinot Noir pairs nicely with this as does a less oaky Chardonnay.