Category Archives: South of the Border

Grilled Shrimp with a Mexican Flair

1.25 lbs jumbo shrimp, peeled, and devein (from the back of the shrimp) anything with a dark vein.  Tails remaining on is optional.  Seems to be traditional or something.  Mine were wild caught in Florida — which I admit is … Continue reading

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Doing the Salmon/Avocado Ceviche Thing

You’ll find this excellent recipe here:  Weave A Thousand Flavors, Sriracha Salmon Ceviche Towers with Garden Guacamole & Radish Sprouts Of course, I had to go make it.   Indeed, I had fun with it within a week of reading … Continue reading

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Buffalo (or Beef) Skirt Steak

This is an adaptation of a marinate useful for either bison or beef — the original recipe, which comes from Wild Idea Buffalo, was for fajitas using either skirt or flank steak.  I opted just to make the marinate (with … Continue reading

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Mexican and Indian Inspirations from RecipeZaar, errrrr

Two new food creations, both made from recipes found at — er, well, as they now like to be known, as  Frankly, I think they spent a whole lotta money for the new domain name, short but bland. … Continue reading

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Yes, More Seafood Cheviche

Decided to try my hand at another cheviche dish.  Hot weather and all, not firing up the old oven as often as I might otherwise.   Any excuse, eh? I found very very fresh striped bass at the Atlantic Food … Continue reading

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