Monthly Archives: March 2020

Posole/Pozole

This is probably the best posole/pozole I’ve ever made!  It tastes like the Mexican food of my childhood; spicy hot, thick and rich.  I’ve finally found some “correct”  chili powder and all my other spices and herbs are newly purchased, … Continue reading

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Lapin a la Moutarde

This rabbit, from The Butcher Shoppe in Lake Pocono was imported from Montreal and you just knew that the French were involved in some way because the important inner organs came with.  However, for good or bad,  you also could … Continue reading

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Oxtails with Chow Mein Noodles

Narrowsburg, NY is a small, quaint tourist town about 10 miles from Honesdale, Pa.  The town borders a long stretch of the Delaware River, attracting sport fishers, kayak enthusiasts and all manner of people who enjoy water sports.  In addition,  … Continue reading

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Chicken Noodle Soup

We’re always on the look out for normal chickens.  Not necessarily “organic” just normal, non-GMO, farm, free-range and most of all, normal size!  If the chicken is as big as a toy poodle it will be tasteless with a really … Continue reading

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