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  • New England Shrimp and Scallop Bake from oldgringo in Cottonwood, AZ.
    A simple to make and delicious to eat shellfish delight from New England. Given by a friend, Claire Blanchette....
  • Old Gringos Salsa Barbacoa from oldgringo in Cottonwood, AZ.
    This is a hot tangy Mexican flavor for fish, poultry and meat barbecues....
  • Basic Sonoran Red Chile Sauce from oldgringo in Cottonwood, AZ.
    A rich basic red New Mexican chile sauce used in many other Mexican dishes....
  • Jambalaya from oldgringo in Cottonwood, AZ.
    This dish has everything! Savory meats cooked in a seasoned rice. A true cornucopia of Cajun goodness....
  • Summer Watermelon Salad from oldgringo in Cottonwood, AZ.
    A wonderful sweet and sour salad with a hint of fresh parsley flavor. I had this salad for lunch and couldn't wait to post it. Bu...
  • Old Fashioned Fruitcake from oldgringo in Cottonwood, AZ.
    My recipe for Old Fashioned Fruitcake. No candied fruit here; just chocked full of dried fruit, nuts, spices and liquor. Ages very...
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  • justamenace 1 week ago about Richards Chili Tamale Omelette
    We put chili con queso on top after it was done. Oh so good.
  • trev 3 months ago about Tex-Mex Taco Meat Filling
    It has been quite a while since hearing from you my friend. I have sent you messages on facebook and emails. I fear for what news lays ahead for me of you. I don't know anyone of your family. I will try the people from around where you live. I am only hoping for the best for you. I have started downloading your recipes, particularly the tex-mex. They will always be with me as you are with me also'
  • Good4U 1 year ago about Basic Beef Stock
    Reviewed in IMI
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  • Good4U 1 year ago about Cobbs Brown Derby Salad Dressing Flag
  • Good4U 1 year ago about Savory Cabbage Seasoning Flag
  • mybluebutterfly 3 years ago
    I've been looking for this for a while - I use pork and 6lbs, at a time- more like tocos, but I want to learn how to make this sauce for the pork ? is it real spicy ? How can I judge how much to use, I tryed chilis before but it taste like water - how can I get that rich red chili sause that makes this dish what it should be ? Please help - reading your reveiws - makes me want to do it now - I have the pork butt, defrosting as I email you ! Thank you
  • ttaaccoo 4 years ago
    Is Cottonwood anywhere near Ajo? gila bend, wells, why (an actual spot on the map).
  • bluzup 4 years ago
    so how is it in cottonwood arizona i was there in mesa in 1990 and boy was it hot but i like the arid climate much better than my humid one.
  • Bevztoi 4 years ago
    The Authentic Mexican Chili Colorado Con Carne is great...can I freeze it?
  • risme39 4 years ago
    imagine my surprise when searching for a recipe and finding someone from my old home town having it posted - thanks!
  • Drake 4 years ago
    Hey there Oldgringo (Gringo Viejo). I tried your Chili Colorado and it turned out great. It's a great base recipe but of course I'm gonna fiddle with it. I'll be adding a couple of Chipotle (dried jalapenos) in the next batch. Thanks for sharing Amigo!
  • trev 4 years ago
    Hi there Old Gringo, Richard,. I haven't heard fro m you for a while. I hope that you're OK. Let me know.
  • jewishcookiemom 5 years ago
    I've been thinking about this group. I totally blanked out on what online name I used and what password and even the name of the site. Then I tried just typing in Tuna steak ricardo and found the site again. I found my online name. That watermelon salad sounds delicious. I don't think I'll find good watermelon anymore but here in Israel there still might be some in the shuk,-outdoor market.
  • Kookiekutter 5 years ago
    Dang...You're an awesome cook!
  • bellasmom 5 years ago
    Glad to see you're enjoying this site too! I can spend hours on here!