• Poke Bowls with Smoked Salmon and Crab Salad

    January 15, 2019DishinandDishes

    I have had a serious love affair going on with Poke Bowls. Remember my first attempt at making these? I’m not kidding you! I could eat one every other day at least! This latest version features smoked salmon and crab salad and it might be my favorite version yet! A little note on crab salad –…

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  • Ahi Tuna Poke Sushi Bowl

    July 28, 2017DishinandDishes

    Poke bowls (pronounced poh-kay) are sweeping the country (and the globe) and with good reason. This stuff is amazingly good. Think sushi without the fuss of rolling it up. Yep, grab your chopsticks folks and just dive in for all those familiar flavors. There are poke places opening up all over, sort of Chipotle style.…

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  • How to Grow Radishes

    May 14, 2019DishinandDishes

    How to easily grow radishes in the garden

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  • Black Bottom Cupcakes

    September 17, 2013DishinandDishes

    There were a few things I remember vividly from our large family gatherings in Michigan where I grew up. I remember being the youngest cousin of the bunch, which was both a curse and a blessing all at once. My Mom was the youngest sibling of seven sisters and a brother so being the youngest cousin…

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  • Elote (Mexican Grilled Corn) Three Ways

    July 3, 2013DishinandDishes

    Elote is just the Mexican way of saying “corn on the cob” and is also commonly known as a Mexican street food sold from carts and stands along the road, especially in the evening hours. Mexican corn on the cob however, is served a little differently, (and deliciously) than our traditional American corn on the…

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  • KJ’s Kabobs

    August 29, 2012DishinandDishes

    What can you fix for a grilling picnic that satisfies yet keeps you healthy on Labor Day? Grill you up some KJ’s Kabobs. Ok, the name is a little corny, but my family came up with it and well, they are really good, so bear with me! The great thing about kabobs is, that you…

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  • Irish Beef Guinness Stew

    March 22, 2012DishinandDishes

    St. Patrick’s Day. Did you know that some thirty four million American’s are of Irish heritage? Did you know that there is a Shamrock, Oklahoma? Did you know that the harp is the symbol of Ireland?  Did you know that for every one four-leaf clover, there are 10,000 regular three-leafed ones and that the record…

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  • Coffee Filters – More Uses Than You Think

    January 27, 2010DishinandDishes

      My mom-in-law sent me an e-mail today touting the various inexpensive uses of coffee filters.    And you can buy 1,000 at the Dollar Tree for almost nothing even the large ones.  I thought several of these were good ideas so I thought I’d post it in my Tips N Tricks section of the blog.…

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