Scooped again from the pages of Runner’s World magazine, my ongoing monthly copycat recipe is a winner. (To see other Runner’s World, healthy recipes, go to dinnerFeed.comand type ‘Runner’s World’ into the search box.)
The shrimp was cooked in the stew with the shells on; the shells add a great deal of flavor to the dish. I cut the recipe in half; it was easier to manage in one pot and it amply served four. We omitted the optional butter and I added a sprinkle of hot pepper flakes for spice and chopped parsley for color.
This is a friendly, fun and mouth-watering stew – make sure you pass plenty of napkins!
This is a post I’ve been trying to complete for a week now–it’s felt frivolous posting about fruits and freebies when I’ve friends with unwanted lakes in their yards and no power )-: But normalcy is a condition of sanity so it’s back to the kitchen and writing for me. First, I wanted any Kindle readers … Full recipe post »
We may be jipped out of a white Christmas in Michigan this year, but the promise of the family rejoined and traditions re-lit has me craving pickled herring. In past years I’ve been lucky enough to receive it––scratch-made––from my Polish neighbor, Krystyna, the week before our family celebrates Christmas and the New Year. This year she’s left … Full recipe post »
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