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In keeping with my recent grilled theme, I decided to go with dual grilled items. Both the steak and flatbread were grilled to make this sandwich. I choose soft, pliable flat bread similar to flour tortilla but more like naan bread. I first grilled...
Tags: Sandwiches, Steaks, Cheese, Lifestyle and Leisure, Marketing
I love fresh fish, and I also love the creaminess of a freshly cut avocado. So to blend those two ingredients together I am going to present a fish burrito that can be served in either a flour tortilla or red lettuce leaf. I like to serve them with a...
Tags: Salt, Lettuce, Burritos, Lifestyle and Leisure, Marketing
We will be making a Spanish tortilla, which is a thick omelet containing potato and other vegetables, typically served cut into wedges. In this recipe we will continue cooking in the 12-inch cast iron skillet, offering traditional cooking methods and...
If you have traveled along North Glenstone in Springfield over the past few months, you may have noticed a sign announcing a new restaurant "coming in 2012." La Mision opened two weeks ago in a location that has housed several restaurants over the years,...
Sure, you've had beef taco, chicken fajitas or pork burritos, but have you ever devoured a crab taco? The crab meat gives a nice neutral backdrop to the flavor of the taco. You can add in what you desire, such as pico de gallo, salsa, grated cheese,...
Many people suggest marinating tofu in a brine or Mexican-seasoned sauce. I'm going a completely different route and suggested deep-frying the tofu in strips for these tofu fajitas. Frying adds a small amount of fat in the form of vegetable oil, and...
This recipe has loads of fresh ingredients, including peppers, onions, cilantro, green onions and tomatoes that are sandwiched between two grilled flour tortilla shells. They are served with grated vegetarian cheddar cheese to allow for proper binding and...
Tags: Cheddar Cheese, Salt, Diets and Dieting, Marketing, Cilantro
Today, many people feel overworked, over scheduled and over-frazzled, and as a result, family meals at home often get squeezed out. You want to serve your family healthful, nutritious meals, but you're out of time and ideas on what to serve. Try...
Tags: Tacos, Pizzas, Science and Technology, Canned Tuna, Tomatoes
Diets rich in milk and milk products help build and maintain bone mass throughout the lifecycle, which may reduce the risk of osteoporosis. The intake of dairy products is especially important to bone health during childhood and adolescence, when bone...
What do you do when it's time to eat? Stop at a restaurant on your way to wherever you need to be next? Pick up food at the grocery store or deli on your way home? Pull an "emergency" meal from your freezer and reheat it? Serve a meal from your slow...
When a family has lived in the same house for many years there tends to be a bit of wear and tear. For instance, the scratches etched on the ceiling near the backdoor of our family room are from the time my son, Steve, brought home a huge Christmas tree...
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