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  • Oatmeal Pumpkin Muffins Oatmeal Pumpkin Muffins
  • Lemon Carrot Raisin Bread with Lemon Glaze Lemon Carrot Raisin Bread with Lemon Glaze
  • Vanilla Cinnamon Apple Sticky Buns Vanilla Cinnamon Apple Sticky Buns
  • Cinnabon Cinnamon Rolls Cinnabon Cinnamon Rolls
  • Double Double Animal Style Double Double Animal Style
  • Vegan Tacos Vegan Tacos
  • Homemade Sushi Homemade Sushi
  • Crab BLT Crab BLT
  • Grilled Vegan Bean Burger Grilled Vegan Bean Burger
  • Barbecued Seitan Ribs Barbecued Seitan Ribs
  • Roasted Tomato and Basil Tart Roasted Tomato and Basil Tart
  • Vegan Farmhouse Vegetable Soup Vegan Farmhouse Vegetable Soup
  • Thai Drunken Noodles Thai Drunken Noodles
  • KFC Fried Chicken KFC Fried Chicken
  • Kansas Pulled Pork Kansas Pulled Pork
  • Vegetable Pot Pie Vegetable Pot Pie
  • Baked Ratatouille Baked Ratatouille
  • Hungarian Goulash Hungarian Goulash
  • Roasted Garlic Crab and Noodles Roasted Garlic Crab and Noodles
  • Fettuccine and Lentil Sauce Fettuccine and Lentil Sauce
  • Layered Eggplant Parmesan Layered Eggplant Parmesan
  • Meatloaf Meatloaf
  • Eritrean Chicken Eritrean Chicken
  • Churros and Chocolate Sauce Churros and Chocolate Sauce
  • Refreshing Lime Cooler Cookies Refreshing Lime Cooler Cookies
  • Apple Pie with Crumb Topping Apple Pie with Crumb Topping
  • Classic Lemon Bars Classic Lemon Bars
  • Homemade Caramel Popcorn Homemade Caramel Popcorn
  • Vegan Chocolate Mousse Torte Vegan Chocolate Mousse Torte
  • Lemon Debutante Lemon Debutante
  • Deliciously Perfect Apple Pie Deliciously Perfect Apple Pie
  • Chewy Peanut Butter Hershey's Kiss Blossoms Chewy Peanut Butter Hershey's Kiss Blossoms
  • Szechuan French Green Beans Szechuan French Green Beans
  • Parsley Potatoes Parsley Potatoes
  • Baked Meatballs Baked Meatballs
  • Guacamole Guacamole
  • Chevy's Salsa Chevy's Salsa
  • Gluten Free Peach Cobbler Gluten Free Peach Cobbler

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Sauce

Sauces are essential in cuisine from the world over. A sauce is a liquid or semi-solid food that is used in cooking foods or served on top of. They are a complement and sometimes the star of a dish. Sauce can be used in any meal. Use a thick sauce, syrup, for pancakes in the morning. Or try a nice balsamic vinaigrette dressing sauce on a lunch salad. For dinner, eat a yummy freshly prepared pesto sauce on pasta. Finish the day with a warm raspberry coulis sauce to cut the rich chocolate of your slice of cake. Delicious, right?

Gingered Peanut Sauce

Gingered Peanut Sauce This really looks like nothing but believe me when I say that it is some of the best sauce I have ever made and eaten in my life! Over-exaggeration? Hardly. This stuff is really good and to top it off it is a quick and easy recipe with almost all things on hand in your pantry and fridge.

Delicious Rating: I love this sauce. I eat it by the spoon usually for awhile until I realize it goes with the rest of dinner. Pair the sauce with pasta, spring rolls, chicken…whatever you want to put a peanut ginger sauce with, do it. I have another recipe for a spicy peanut sauce (I can’t find it of course) but you can totally spice this sauce up by adding in some chili flakes before blending. Let me know what you choose to pair your sauce with!
Gingered Peanut Sauce

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Beer Battered Fish Tacos with a Spicy Cilantro Cream Sauce


With the exception of Restaurant Month last month I have been a little MIA. Not just from this blog but from the kitchen too. Once I stopped putting up recipes regularly it became a lot more difficult to even do so once in a while. I was in a funk and I am thinking I may be out of it…maybe. We just moved into a little cute apartment, closer to the water and closer to town. When I say ‘little cute’ I actually mean ‘super small, help! I can’t move around in the kitchen’ apartment. Alas! Life goes on and I gotta start cooking again sometime. Fish Tacos was the way to go and get up out of my dry cooking spell. I love fish tacos and when we lived in Mexico DH and I really got addicted to fish tacos at a little joint in our town. The fish was fresh and served in warm flour tortillas. We used to go there for lunch at least twice a week but since we moved to Costa Rica we haven’t had fish tacos at all. I think this recipe may become a regular weekly thing for us now.

Delicious Rating: Fish Tacos have never tasted so good! The beer batter is not that super thick kind that tastes mushy half way through biting it but rather it really coats the fish and fries up nicely and stays crispy too. I used Tilapia fillets and loved their flavor but you can use any firm white fish you prefer. The cream sauce…OMGoodness. Like seriously, it is pretty the bomb. I kept eating it by itself. It is spicy and has a great cilantro flavor and complements the fish very well. I used corn tortillas and they were great but next time I think I will stick to flour. Just personal preference.

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Guacamole

Who doesn’t love a bowl of guacamole and chips? I have tasted and made a lot of guacamole in my life time and I have to say that this guacamole recipe is by far the best guacamole ever! Like seriously, for reals. You will not regret making this for yourself, for a condiment, or party. It is an easy recipe with easy ingredients to by at the store almost anytime of year.
Delicious Rating: I literally licked the bowl clean. Like, ‘got my nose all dirty and stuff’ clean. Chunky and smooth, spicy and yet delicate enough to really taste the avocados. That sounds like perfect guac if you ask me! I always try to pick up some good ripe avocados and make guacamole to have on hand for a snack through the week. It usually lasts about 30 minutes after chilling in the fridge…hey, nobody is perfect!

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Lemon Carrot Raisin Bread w/Lemon Glaze

There is nothing better than a warm bread with lemon glaze. This recipe combines some great flavors: lemon, raisins, and sweetness of the carrot. It is semi-healthy…maybe, but delicious none-the-less. I usually have to make two batches of glaze because I eat the first one while waiting for the bread to cool.

Delicious Rating: This is an easy recipe to make ahead for breakfast or a day’s snack. The bread stays together quite nicely and the carrots, raisins, and pecans are a nice addition. You can add walnuts if you would rather have that instead of pecans. Soak the raisins in some liquor for a little grown up flavor!
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