June 26, 2006

Recipe News: Rub recipe yields tasty pulled pork

"This is the rub recipe that I developed after seven successive years of judging at the Memphis in May national barbecue contest. It's not authentically Southern because I'm no child of the South, but it has been called pretty doggoned good for a Yankee girl.
We give oven instructions here (in case of inclement weather) but barbecue is usually cooked in a smoker or covered grill over indirect heat. It'll take about the same time. Consult your grill's instructions or visit a reliable outdoor-cooking Web site. To shred the cooked pork, hold a fork in each hand. Use one to pin down a piece of the pork, and the other to scrape shreds of pork from the piece. Because the pork is cooked until it's virtually melting, it won't take long to shred the whole roast."

Includes recipe for:


  • Rub


Full article here.

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Cookbook Review: The Ethical Gourmet

"More and more people are interested in eating better, more local and more natural. There's a lot to know beyond that "Organic" label, and if you are new to this line of thinking and cooking, where are you to start?

Well one good place is the new cookbook entitled: "The Ethical Gourmet | How to Enjoy Great Food That is Humanely Raised, Sustainable, Nonendangered, and That Replenishes the Earth" by Jay Weinstein. Weinstein, a protege of Jasper White, clearly knows his food. This book is his excellent attempt at reconciling great cooking and a new way of thinking."

Includes recipe for:


  • Vegetable Stew on Polenta

  • Vegetarian Chili

  • Rosemary Pork


Full article here.

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June 25, 2006

Recipe News: Two Low-Fat Chicken Recipes

Includes recipes for:


  • Barbecued Chicken In A Watercress, Basil And Lime Pesto

  • Coriander and Lemon Spicy Chicken


Full article here.

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June 22, 2006

Recipe News: Tomato recipes



Includes recipes for:


  • Fried Green-Tomato Cheese Stacks

  • Ripe Tomato Pie

  • Spinach-and-Artichoke-Stuffed Tomatoes


Full article here.

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Recipe News: Blueberry recipes

Nothing is better then summer when you can use fresh picked blueberries in all of these recipes.

Includes recipes for:


  • BLUEBERRY BREAD PUDDING

  • FREEZER BLUEBERRY JAM

  • GINA VIRDEN'S EASY BLUEBERRY CAKE

  • BLUEBERRY PECAN PIE

  • TURKEY WITH BLUEBERRY PAN SAUCE

  • CRUNCHY-TOPPED BLUEBERRY MUFFINS

  • WARM APPLE-BLUEBERRY COBBLER

  • BLUEBERRY SYRUP


Full article here.

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June 21, 2006

Recipe News: Recipes help reduce high blood pressure

"After you hit the age of 55, you're at 90 percent risk of having high blood pressure.

That's a bit of trivia Alabama Cooperative Extension Service agent Cheryl Vasse offered during the EatWell class on May 31. Vasse encouraged people to begin reducing their salt intake even before being diagnosed with high blood pressure.

"You just get used to not having all that salt," she said. Vasse suggested substituting herbs, vinegars or lemon juice to add flavor to food.

Recipes at this month's EatWell classes focus on cooking to reduce or prevent high blood pressure. The classes, which are held at Cullman Regional Medical Center's LifeFirst Imaging and Oncology, meet at 10 a.m. the first and third Wednesdays of each month."

Includes recipes for:


  • Turkey Meatloaf

  • New Potato Salad


Full article here.

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June 18, 2006

Recipe News: Summer cherry recipes

"The first cherries that begin their brief season in June make me happy. As a child we would eat them at home in Sydney around Christmas time. My mother would bring a cardboard box home from our local greengrocer, brimming with blood-red fruit, firm, tight-skinned and glossy, my brother, sister and I would gorge ourselves, staining our mouths and fingers as we ate the whole box in one sitting. I loved the taste of the sweet, fragrant juice slipping down the back of my throat and from our ears we would dangle pairs like earrings and laugh at our brother who ended up looking like a little girl.

There are two species of cherries: sour and sweet. Here I have only included the sweet, although sour ones work beautifully with game and in relishes. Sweet cherries originate from Europe and there are several hundred different varieties in cultivation. The range of colour alone - everything from deep, deep red to pale yellowy white - is astonishing.

To me they mark the beginning of summer; long, languid, lazy lunches accompanied by plump, ripe (omega) fruit means there really is no need for a dessert. Nothing can replace the delicious taste of nature's bounty, properly ripened."

Includes recipes for:


  • Cherry sorbet

  • Cherry clafoutis

  • Pickled cherries

  • Toasted pagnotta with bresaola, macerated cherries, robiola and shaved fennel


Full article here.

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June 17, 2006

Recipe News: Tropical Key Lime Chicken Salad



Includes recipe for:


  • Tropical Key Lime Chicken Salad


Full article here.

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Recipe News: Roasted Beet-Avocado-Gorgonzola Salad With Baby Red Romaine, Kiwi Vinaigrette

This seems like a nice light summer recipe.

Includes recipe for:


  • Roasted Beet-Avocado-Gorgonzola Salad With Baby Red Romaine, Kiwi Vinaigrette

Full article here.

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June 15, 2006

Recipe News: Grape recipes

Grapes have a great flavor try them in these recipes.

Includes recipes for:


  • Grilled Grape and Romaine Salad

  • Wine Country Grape Grilling Sauce

  • Grilled Ham or Poultry, Grape Chutney Sauce


Full article here.

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