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Flavors of Olde Cape Cod ~Cape Cod is known for Seafood mostly and of course Cranberries and Blueberries, lots of jellies and jams. Also stews and wild game. Corn breads of course as the Pilgrims had their fist Thanksgiving here. I still see alot of wild turkeys around today.
Add some great seafood recipes that you have as well, all are welcome !!
Haven't made it in awhile and it is a perfect day for, cold and very windy here in Cape Cod ! brrr
Nov 27, 2015
sure helps to just pull out of freezer and bake ! We get so busy this time of year !
Nov 20, 2015
Nov 6, 2015
1 fresh lemon
3-5 garlic cloves (crushed)
1 tablespoon raw honey (see it here)
1/2 tablespoon ginger (preferably fresh and grated)
1/8 teaspoon cayenne powder (see it here)
1/8 teaspoon turmeric (see it here)
1 cup of water
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Combine all ingredients and stir well.
Oct 27, 2015
* A tablespoon of butter or oil added to the cooking water for pasta will keep the water from boiling over
* All vegetables that grow above the ground should be put on to cook in rapidly boiling water
* All vegetables that grow below the ground should be put on to cook in cold water *
* The addition of parsley in a recipe containing garlic will offset the aftertaste and odor.
*Ginger will accomplish the same thing in Oriental recipes.
*Whipped butter is more attractive, easier to spread, and one tends to use less. !
(although whipped butter is more expensive at the market, you can whip your own with your electric mixer and enjoy the difference without the expense.)
*Relishes were the colonial substitute for salads. To "eat with relish" as the saying goes, is to enjoy indeed, and Americans are the greatest users of relish in the world.
Oct 13, 2015
Sep 22, 2015