Archive for July 2013

Barbecued Tri Tip

Before preparing barbecued tri tip roast on the barbecue, gas grill (or even in the broiler), it’s important to marinate it for at least 24 hours. Tri Tip is an excellent piece of beef. It is very lean, has lots of flavor, and when prepared properly, is very tender as well. I’ve noticed many times,

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Taco Salad Recipe – Easy and Delicious!

This taco salad recipe is a very interesting twist on a healthy salad. You won’t find anyone at the table moaning about having to eat so many fresh vegetables here. It’s wonderfully tasty. And, this is really easy and quick to make. Just take your choice of tortillas (I prefer flour) and fry them in

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Homemade Salsa Recipe – My Favorite!

This homemade salsa recipe is so good! If you have made homemade salsa for yourself, you really must try it.The difference is amazing. Note: I don’t add cilantro, like most recipes do, because my wife doesn’t care for it. However, you can add it if you want to. We both think the taste of it

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Broiled Wild Salmon Recipe

This one is my all time favorite salmon recipe. And since many of us have been told that we should eat more fish, I thought I’d share it with you. It’s good to know how to cook salmon because by incorporating more of it in our diets, we get the benefits of its nutritionally rich

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Steak Kabob Recipe – Grilled or Broiled

After you try this steak kabob recipe, you’ll agree… Kabobs are one of those meals that can be made to suit anyone’s needs. Just pick any assortment of fruits, veggies, and meat, put them on a skewer, then throw them on the grill. This steak kabob recipe cooks in 10 to 15 minutes, so these

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Teriyaki Chicken Recipe

This turned out to be the best teriyaki chicken that I’ve ever made. Try this one for your family, and they’ll be asking for it on a regular basis. It’s also a pretty inexpensive meal, and even more so, if you use left over chicken. I started with flash frozen chicken tenderloins (fresh organic is

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Twice Baked Potatoes

Twice baked potatoes are an easy side dish that you can make ahead of time. The first thing to do before making your twice baked potatoes is to bake them. First, scrub your spuds, wrap them in foil, and then put them in the over to bake at 350 for about an hour. If your

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