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Sunday, September 9, 2012

Warm Baby Bananas with Dulce de Leche Sauce

a jar of dulce de leche
a jar of dulce de leche (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
By Juvy S. Iliwiliw

Baby bananas are sweeter than regular bananas. Choose ones that are ripe but firm. They can be found at many supermarkets and they will make good for this warm baby bananas with dulce de leche sauce recipe. Try this so you will know the difference between baby bananas and the regular ones.

Solve Your Gift Dilemma With Cheese Baskets Milwaukee Items

Variety of cheeses on serving platter
Variety of cheeses on serving platter (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
By Liz Lowe

Cheese baskets Milwaukee items are the gifts to give when you are looking for something useful, multipurpose, fun, and manageable. They solve a host of concerns you usually encounter when you are desperately thinking of what to bring to a certain party. Admittedly, they not cover for all occasions, but they encompass most. You just need to watch out for who will be partaking of them. The great news is that a lot of people are able to appreciate cheeses and that there are only a few times that this could be inappropriate to bring. What is sure is that for most, you cannot go wrong with this contribution.

Hanger Steaks with 125th Street Malanga Mash

By Juvy S. Iliwiliw

The mash is named for Spanish Harlem's historic market street where Martinez's grandmother would buy malanga, a knobby tuber. Hanger steaks are sold in doubles (two steaks attached by connective tissue).Ask the butcher to separate and trim them. You can look for malanga at Latin markets or online at I know you will do everything for this recipes. You won't regret your sacrifices in completing its ingredients. Good luck!

Coconut, Strawberry, and Banana Smoothie

By Juvy S. Iliwiliw

My mother always enjoyed cooking-for her family and for herself. Now that we are grown and we have our own families, we visited her on Sundays and she still spoils us with good home-cooked meals. But during the week, she's always making it a hobby to make dishes that are different but still easy. Coconut, strawberry, and banana smoothie coupled with curried rice, bacon and cabbage pilaf were just one of my favorites from her.

Shrimp, Mango, and Jicama Salad with Pineapple Vinaigrette

By Juvy S. Iliwiliw

If there is a name to be associated with this recipe, it will be fast, easy, and fresh. Fast, because you will only need 55 minutes to complete this recipe. Easy comes in because there are no complicated things to do, you will only need to follow simple instructions and you are done! And of course it is always fresh, not only that it has a very fresh finish but the ingredients are so freshly hand-picked in the supermarkets or you can pick it up from your backyard. It may be that simple but it is completely packed with the kind of taste that you wanted in your salad.

Jerk Pork Loin with Caramelized Pineapple and Star Fruit Relish

By Juvy S. Iliwiliw

In every recipe, it is always good to accompany it with a drink but matching the right drink to a certain recipe is never easy. With jerk pork loin recipe, it is always good to serve it with fruit wine but an off-dry Riesling is another good match. You are the master of your taste, try either of these two accompaniments, you will be glad what your visitors will say after a mouth-watering meal.

Banana Split with Curried Chocolate-Coconut Sauce

By Juvy S. Iliwiliw

One of the things I remember that my grandmother said was that she never really cooked when she was single. She says she only started cooking when she married my grandfather. Until now, she's still surprised by how people would react when she makes a meal. My mom's friends would come by all the time and would always look forward to what she could cook for them. She continues by saying that during those days nobody really paid attention to cooking but they focused more on socials and different gatherings amongst men and women. In hearing this, my brain just started recalling so many friends of mine who would say that they need to start learning how to cook to win a husband. Not only did my grandmother win a husband, but she also gained such a tremendous skill in cooking just by practicing and trying out new things in the kitchen. Before long, I have learned also how to cook because of my grandmother. It all started with making simple desserts until I have really finally mastered my own kitchen. Hope you will not be afraid trying new things because there is still much to look forward to! The kitchen is your playground, the ingredients, your friends. You don't have to be a professional chef to win someone over.

Guava and Manchego Phyllo Pouches with Passion Fruit Syrup

By Juvy S. Iliwiliw

This is an intriguing mix of sweet and savory. Sharp white cheddar is a good substitute for Manchego cheese.  Phyllo pastry is sold in several sizes; it may be necessary to cut larger sheets into 12x8-inch rectangles. This recipe will also make use of passion fruit. In choosing ripe passion fruits, look for dry and very wrinkled ones. If you can't find them, look for frozen pulp at Latin markets.

Key Lime Cheesecake with Tropical Dried-Fruit Chutney

Stop 125 key lime cheesecake
Stop 125 key lime cheesecake (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
By Juvy S. Iliwiliw

The imagination knows no limits. This is so true even in cooking. You have to make use of your imagination in creating various ideas to make up a wonderful recipe. All recipes must have been created from a simple curiosity that as time goes by has become an extraordinary goodness as various ingredients are added to magnify its taste. This recipe maybe one of those created by person or persons that knows no boundaries to their imagination.

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