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Shrimp and Sausage Stuffed Calamari

At some point when I was shopping in Stuttgart, I found a bag of enormous calamari tubes at the Italian grocery store.  My idea was to stuff them with some of the store’s fabulous looking sausage.  However, overtaken by life events, … Continue reading

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Bar aux Crevettes

Mind snatched by the lovely, lightly steamed shrimp at the fish monger, I bought some knowing that they would have to be de-headed, shelled and deveined. I usually buy shrimp deheaded and cleaned and ready to cook, but this time … Continue reading

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Stuffed Sicilian Aubergine

I saw a large, round aubergine at Bohm’s last week and just had to have it.  I’ve seen the miniature purple and white ones before, but this was the first time I’d seen the large variety.  My fruit and vegetable … Continue reading

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Veal Stuffed Mini Peppers and Patty Pan Squash

I saw some patty pan squash in the market and I’d never cooked it before, so I politely asked the stall owner about French recipes for the squash.  Not very exciting, I thought.  But I just happened to have some … Continue reading

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Grilled Rosemary Garlic Coquelet with Stuffed Baby Peppers

Since I found the baby bell peppers and Moroccan peppers at the Grand Frais, I’ve been wondering what I could do with them.  Food Network had a recipe that inspired me http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/stuffed-baby-peppers-recipe/index.html and that I thought would go well with my coquelet languishing … Continue reading

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Lentil Chili Stuffed Zucchini and Piperade Peppers

The incredibly cute, round, baby zucchinis are in the market.  These are the very tiny ones as opposed to the softball size.  During the same foray, I saw some long, green poivrons (bell peppers) that I was unfamiliar with and … Continue reading

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Stuffed Chicken Thighs a la Jamie

Since I stuffed that Jamie Oliver lamb rack with feta, sun dried tomatoes and parsley, http://cookinginsens.wordpress.com/2011/08/24/jamie-olivers-stuffed-rack-of-lamb/ I’ve been obsessing about what else I could do with the stuffing.  Well, boy howdy, today I stuffed boned chicken thighs with it, served them … Continue reading

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Stuffed Baby Zucchini and French Heirloom Tomatoes

I really love round zucchini and now that the market is full of baby, round zucchini, I just knew I was going to have to do something with them. My French edition of Saveur magazine had a beautiful recipe for … Continue reading

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Mexican-Like Chicken Stuffed Baked Potatoes

In the late 70s/early 80s, there was a restaurant in Dallas called either the Baked Potato or the Stuffed Potato, I don’t remember exactly.   But they served 1 lb baked potatoes with a choice of stuffings; traditional, shish kebab, broccoli … Continue reading

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Shrimp and Scallop Stuffed Artichokes

I grew up in California and have always loved fresh steamed artichokes with melted butter. Though artichoke hearts in oil are fine, especially Italian; but there is nothing like stripping those plump leaves, dipped in butter, of their rich greenness … Continue reading

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