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Amazing Stuffed Onion

Monday, January 19th, 2009

 Nothing says comfort food like roasted onions. Try this quick, surprisingly good recipe. Serve with a tortilla or some fried bread for sopping up the juices.  Take a rather large onion; cut off the top one fourth of it and set it aside to be the lid. Carve out the center of the onion, leaving enough layers along the side […]

An Interview with Ramen Guru Matt Fischer

Thursday, January 31st, 2008

I was searching the web the other day looking for a creative way to use Ramen noodles and I inevitably found myself on Matt Fischer’s site, The Official Ramen Homepage. I had located Ramen central; over 400 recipes using the noodles are archived there. Wanting to know more about the block of dried noodles that […]

Unbelievably Simple Hamburger Stew

Tuesday, December 11th, 2007

This is a quick recipe and it is very easy to make. I usually brown the meat and then pour off some of the fat before I cook the onions and garlic. I then add a little tomato paste to this dish. The tomato flavor adds a richness and warm color to the stew. This […]

Tomato Paste

Saturday, December 8th, 2007

One of my favorite recipe ingredients is tomato paste. But I hate those inconvienent cans that it usually comes in. I rarely use a whole can and then I need to either throw the rest away or find some small plastic jar to save it in. Not any more. You can now find the paste […]