My Latest Recipes 6
  • halibut with cherry gremolata from kakedog in Dallas, TX.
    I've been extolling the virtues of cherries and fish for a long time. It can be amazing, if you let it...
  • grilled potaotes from kakedog in Dallas, TX.
    this is a quick to prepare side for grilled or broiled food, best on a real grill, but can be somewhat mimicked on a grill pan, wo...
  • shrimp n grits from kakedog in Dallas, TX.
    My wife will only let me make this every couple of months because she will eat way too much of it. Shout out to NOLA cooks....
  • bacalao from kakedog in Dallas, TX.
    A somewhat traditional dish that I would like to see gain in popularity again...
  • proccuito spoonbread from kakedog in Dallas, TX.
    southern food reworked...
  • smoke roasted pork loin from kakedog in Dallas, TX.
    nice...
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  • jolielives 4 years ago about proccuito spoonbread
    Like that you provide options for preferred texture. True that it's reworked southern. And no offense to Rachel, but thank you Kakedog.
    Jo & Lee
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  • wynnebaer 5 years ago
    Takes alot of practice, my friend!!!....LOL
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  • keni 5 years ago about smoke roasted pork loin
    Oh........




    yum............


    :)
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  • valinkenmore 5 years ago about halibut with cherry gremolata
    Wonderful recipe and instructions are terrific!
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  • 22566 5 years ago about halibut with cherry gremolata
    "Excellent"

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  • chefmeow 5 years ago about halibut with cherry gremolata
    Yumola. This sounds great. I also am a huge fan of fruits with fish, especially cherries and peaches. Great post and a high 5.
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  • greekgirrrl 5 years ago
    Juniper berries would work great with the apples, I think! Hope you are well. Haven't seen you around.............:)
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  • mamalou 6 years ago
    Thanks for the kind words on my profile page Kakedog. I am looking forward to being your cooking buddy!
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  • greekgirrrl 6 years ago
    Hey, kakedog! The beating of the octopus is primarily done to loosen the muscle that holds the black ink in its sac. Pounding the critter does just that and also somewhat tenderizes it. So to answer your question, no, i don't take the skin from the octopus. Helene BTW- Thanks for stopping by my recipe!
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  • jett2whit 6 years ago
    Hi there! thanks for being my bud - Jett
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  • cherihannah 7 years ago
    Welcome So very nice to have you with us !! Enjoy!
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