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Another great recipe from Alex. This time a dessert! Sautéed Bananas and Carmel Coated Pecans Ingredients: 2 bananas peeled, split down middle, and cut into thirds handful of raw pecans, broken into pieces (as small or large as you’d like) 1 T maple syrup (more or less depending on your taste) 2-3 T butter t […]
WE ALL LOVE TOMATOES AND CHEESE. If you still have tomatoes in your garden, you won't want to forget to use this recipe. Doesn't Alex's dish look delish! (did I tell you he is a great photographer?) Heirloom Tomatoes and Feta Cheese Salad - by Alex Collins I referenced a food network chef's recipe, Ina […]
It’s hot and we are still barbecuing, so Alex sent me this mouth-watering rib dish. I kind of always thought you boiled your ribs, tossed them on the barbecue and slathered them with whatever bbq sauce you had in the house. Not so. Alex loves to cook and prepare his food. I’ve tried some of […]
Alex, our teacher/chef, has come up with a perfect marinade for your Labor Day barbecue. Give it a try and impress your family and friends with a lip-smacking “end of summer” meal. For weeks now I’ve tried finding a good way to make Bone-in-BBQ-Chicken. For some reason, however, the dish always goes awry. Usually, I […]
Alex has been sending me some pretty interesting recipes. This one looks fun, quick and easy. A great finger-licking snack when you just can’t eat an entire meal. Give it a try. I’m going to… This next recipe is an Alex original. It was created one day when I needed a quick meal and made […]
another great recipe from Alex’s kitchen Yakitori Chicken (Homemade teriyaki chicken) Ingredients 3-4 Boneless Chicken Breast 1-2 Bell Peppers (Depending on how much you like) 1 Onion (I used yellow and thought it worked, you can always use Pearl Onions too, as that’s what the original recipe called for…) For Marinade: 3/4 C Soy Sauce […]
I’d like to introduce Alex Collins. Alex and I worked together in the dying newspaper biz. He’s a great photographer and now it turns out he’s a pretty good cook too! I’ve been watching Alex post his fabulous dinner concoctions on Facebook and after several emails, Alex has agreed to post some of these great […]