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Recipes that include horseradish

Valentine’s Day Shrimp Cocktail

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Before you call me cheesy, isn’t Valentine’s Day all about being cheesy? Excessive hearts, everything in red and pink, cute and cuddly bears, and more sweets than we can handle. Somehow shrimp just popped into my head in a heart-shaped image. Of course, I am in love and so these thoughts come easily. Each shrimp is the perfect half of a heart so you can share each one.

For those that never cook and Valentine’s Day is your only foray into the kitchen, you can buy cooked and peeled shrimp (look for tails on) and the cocktail sauce, and just arrange it on the plate. For those that want to do more cooking, you can buy raw shrimp, cook it yourself, and make fresh cocktail sauce. I like mine extra spicy and tangy.

shrimp hearts 2


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Horseradish Cream

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Finally! We moved, but it’s not all smooth sailing yet. We’re living out of boxes and we don’t have a kitchen yet. While our perfect kitchen is being built (which we will be talking about soon), I’m going to have to get crafty. I do have many plug-in appliances (rice cooker, toaster oven, panini press, waffle maker, microwave, etc.) so we’re still going to have a ball here. I think we’re going to be pleasantly surprised with how much I (or you) can do without a kitchen. (Gulp) Determined to eat well every single day without exceptions, here goes…

During holiday weekends, you make plans to go out. One day with family. One day with local friends. Another day with friends from out of town. You know you won’t be home much so you keep the fridge pretty slim. Then, a meal sneaks up on you and you’ve got to throw something together.

Steaks are one of my favorite quick & easy meals, and at the last minute, I decided to dress it up with some Horseradish Cream. Lon loved it and it’s made with only three ingredients that are almost always in stock: sour cream, horseradish, and mayonnaise. The next day, I used the left-over Horseradish Cream on diced roasted beets. What a delicious side salad! Next, I’m going to smear some in my roast beef sandwich. More points for being so versatile.

Bowl of Beets with Horseradish Cream 4


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Two More Barbecue Sauces

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

What’s better than barbecue sauce? Two barbecue sauces! In continuing our Pulled Pork fest, I made two more barbecue sauces. The first is a nice and spicy sauce that features molasses and heat. The second is a super basic sauce, similar to one my mom used to make for chicken.

Spicy BBQ Sauce


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