Asian Dipping Sauce
I’ve been making an Asian Dipping Sauce at the club lately that goes very well with seared Ahi tuna. It’s sweet, tangy, and delicious of most types of fish, and shrimp.
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Chicken with Honey and Figs
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I raced home from a meeting this afternoon. It was a special day, and one I’d looked forward to even before we had adopted the North Sicilian colony onto Topa Topa Drive. The bees had been with us a month, and it was time to check the hive box to determine whether or not it was time to add the Super.
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There’s nothing better than moist, homemade cornbread with soft butter and honey. This is an easy recipe- the results are delicious!
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Spiced Lamb with Honey Balsamic Reduction
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I’ve always liked brunch- it means that I’ve slept in, and am still going to get some good breakfast food, which is my favorite. A good friend of mine gave me a gift certificate to The Inn at Negley; a Bed and Breakfast place that I had never heard of. It’s in the heart of Shadyside, so we hopped in the car and were off to eat.
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