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Brined Pork Chops with Peppers & Capers

Brined Pork Chops with Peppers & Capers

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I love the brine for these pork chops! For quite awhile after discovering this brine, I wouldn’t make a pork chop without brining it first! Proper brining will always keep...

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Cannoli Cones Dipped in Chocolate

Cannoli Cones Dipped in Chocolate

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These dessert cones are so much fun and are always a big hit. I’ve given you the recipe using mini chocolate morsels and chopped postachios, but you can easily change...

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Asparagus & Bow Ties

Asparagus & Bow Ties

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This pasta made for a very nice lunch on the back deck of the yacht after a  morning full of snorkeling or walking the beach looking for seashells.   EQUIPMENT...

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Banana Rum Salsa

Banana Rum Salsa

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This salsa is super simple and fast. You’ll find yourself making it over and over. You might want to use rum extract instead of the dark rum if serving this...

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Hurricane Cocktail

Hurricane Cocktail

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A Cocktail to Lick Your Wounds … I’ve got an interesting adult beverage that was concocted in honor of these dangerous and destructive storms called “The Hurricane Cocktail”.  It’s a...

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Brined Pork Chops with Peppers & Capers

Brined Pork Chops with Peppers & Capers

Brined Pork Chops with Peppers & Capers and Making a Basic Brine I adore brining pork chops, chicken legs, turkey, fish, etc., and I want to share with you one of my favorite brined pork chop recipes.   When I first used this brine for this recipe, I actually wouldn’t eat a pork chop without brining […]

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Cannoli Cones Dipped in Chocolate

Cannoli Cones Dipped in Chocolate

Cannoli Cones … not your everyday cannoli! These dessert cones are so much fun and are always a big hit, and the bonus is you don’t have to make the cannoli shells if you don’t have time or the proper equipment like a pizzelle iron or maker. If you don’t have one, no problem! Just […]

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ASPARAGUS and BOW TIES

ASPARAGUS and BOW TIES

This pasta dish made for a nice lunch for our charter guests on the back deck of the yacht after a morning full of snorkeling and walking the beach looking for exotic seashells.  It’s pretty light and very summery with the fresh, bright and crisp asparagus. I remember sitting on the back deck and enjoying […]

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BANANA RUM SALSA

BANANA RUM SALSA

This easy recipe is a modified version of the classic recipe for Bananas Foster which was created in the 1950’s in New Orleans, LA where the Port of New Orleans was the port of entry for bananas shipped from Central and South America.  In 1951, the Owner of Brennan’s, Owen Edward Brennan challenged his talented […]

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Hurricane Storm Tracking, Circa 1989 in the Caribbean-The Antiquated Method

Hurricane Storm Tracking, Circa 1989 in the Caribbean-The Antiquated Method

I was sorting through some of my “Ideas” folders for new ideas for some topics of discussion to share with you and I came across an old paper hurricane tracking map for Hurricanes Dean – August 1-5, 1989; Hurricane Gabriel, September 3-6, 1989; and last but not least, Hurricane Hugo, September 13-18 and moving on […]

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