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Red beans and rice

Red beans and rice by John Spottiswood

I've adapted this recipe from a number that I have used in the past. You can deviate from this and it is still delicious! Normally, I serve this with a jerk marinated chicken or pork, but it also goes well with grilled fish, steak and many other treats. If you serve it with something that isn't spicy, try adding some of the spices…

47 votes
71570 views
Sauted Cilantro Halibut

Sauted Cilantro Halibut by Mihir Shah

This halibut dish really shines if you saute the fish over high heat; crispy outside and juicy in.

7 votes
15643 views
Cajun Shrimps

Cajun Shrimps by thefoodieexpress

The easiest shrimp appetizer that is a perfect blend of savory, spicy and smoky flavors. Serve it with a crusty, buttered bread to please any shrimp loving crowd.

1 vote
205 views
Corn Fritters

Corn Fritters by Ryan Fillhardt

15 votes
28586 views
Simple pan fried trout

Simple pan fried trout by John Spottiswood

We use this recipe for both pan fried trout and Kokanee salmon. We recently caught some Kokanee up at Lake Tahoe and made this dish. It is super simple and really delicious!

2 votes
15514 views
Biscuits and Gravy

Biscuits and Gravy by Veronica Gantley

This gravy is practically a must in most southern kitchens. It is called by many names, sausage gravy, sawmill gravy, white gravy. It is similar to the one served at the Cracker Barrel restaurant and made in so many southern kitchens. At first, I thought, this is too simple a recipe to post. Everyone knows how to make gravy,…

5 votes
15551 views
Pork Chops with Brown Butter Sauce and Crispy Sage Leaves

Pork Chops with Brown Butter Sauce and Crispy Sage Leaves by Mary Callan

Succulent pork chops in a brown butter sauce with crispy sage leaves.

2 votes
4168 views
Beer Sauteed/Steamed Cleaned and Split Blue Crabs

Beer Sauteed/Steamed Cleaned and Split Blue Crabs by Dinner Recipe Ideas

This extremely delicious blue claw crab recipe features cleaned and split crabs sauteed in olive oil and garlic and then steamed in beer.

2 votes
7170 views
Pan Fried Alaskan Cod with Caper Butter

Pan Fried Alaskan Cod with Caper Butter by Lisa Faley

I love cod. I love it’s whiteness, it’s meatiness and well, it’s taste. I had stayed away from all fish for a while, feeling I didn’t want to contribute to the “irresponsible fishing methods” that endangered other sealife (sea turtles, seals, seabirds, etc.) as well as creating enormous waste. This cod is Alaskan hook and line…

2 votes
13897 views
Mexican Loco Moco

Mexican Loco Moco by John Spottiswood

I made this for breakfast because I had a bunch of left over mexican rice and a mix of whole and refried beans. Our kids love Loco Moco, a Hawaiian breakfast dish of ground beef patties and eggs over white rice with brown gravy on top. If you haven't had that before, it is great comfort food. This mexican version is equally good…

3 votes
9195 views
Frittata

Frittata by Bethenny Frankel

10 votes
16167 views
Sauteed Zucchini and Mushrooms

Sauteed Zucchini and Mushrooms by Nancy Miyasaki

This is a simple and fresh tasting dish that I created myself. I don't do that very often, but I must admit this was a success. I might try adding red onion and experiment with different spices, but honestly this is simple and delicious as is.

3 votes
10400 views
Toasted Pecan and Pumpkin Risotto

Toasted Pecan and Pumpkin Risotto by Alex Kemp

This is a great dish to compliment most fall meals. With great earthy spices and aromas combined with the mild sweet flavors of the pumpkin and the bold nutty crunch of toasted pecans, this dish will definately put you in the autumn spirit. ITs simple to make and will warm you up form the inside out.

67 votes
10390 views
Quick and Easy One Pot Noodle Dinner

Quick and Easy One Pot Noodle Dinner by Micheline

This dish is my favorite no fuss, one pot, beef/noodles meal. It takes only 25 minutes to cook and it is comforting and tasty.

5 votes
10853 views
Homemade Swedish Pancakes

Homemade Swedish Pancakes by Nancy Miyasaki

I love swedish pancakes and have made them for a few years from a mix I bought at Trader Joes. I was out of the mix a few weeks ago, so I tried making them from scratch. It turned out to be incredibly simple and the kids love these as much if not more as the pre-packaged mix. It's also quite a bit cheaper and means one less box I…

5 votes
7167 views