My Latest Recipes 6
  • Chicken Wings In Caramel And Ginger Sauce from stevek in Melbourne, Australia.
    sweet light chicken wings...
  • Asian Barbecued spareribs from stevek in Melbourne, Australia.
    Marinaded pork spareribs barbecue or bake...
  • Chinese Pickled Vegetables from stevek in Melbourne, Australia.
    Chinese pickles a friend gave me the recipe great as a side dish and a refreshing bitey pallet clenser...
  • Plum Blossom And Snow from stevek in Melbourne, Australia.
    used to eat as children one of our family favorites...
  • Nuoc Cham from stevek in Melbourne, Australia.
    vietnamese hot spicy sauce...
  • Bridgets Irish Stew from stevek in Melbourne, Australia.
    my mothers Irish stew a recipe from the depression, simple but tasty...
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  • luisascatering 1 year ago
    thanks for letting me know you tried my asian orange chicken. please add your pic next time! :-)
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  • chelby1969 1 year ago
    Oh yes the rutabaga.swede (from Swedish turnip) is a rooted vegetable with a round purple-yellow bulb. Grown underground with large green leafs above ground. It is a cross between the cabbage and the turnip. You can use the roots and leaves also for cooking. Then cook the leafs in salt water. Drain. Fry in butter and add a little vinegar. They also use the leaf in soups and stews. Thr root can be made up kind of like prepared horseradish, and put on sandwiches and steak. It would be found in your fresh vegetable. The Binomial name is Bassica napobrassica. That was a easy one. What other ones did you have. I have eaten many different food I watched children fron other countries and love the taste of food itself and cooking for others.
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  • chelby1969 1 year ago
    Which one are you stumped on I might know them. If not I might find out. I love puzzles.
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  • chelby1969 1 year ago
    Steve glad to see your intrest in half and half go back to my messages right after your I posted it for you and anyoone else that needs it. I know what you mean with the different wording. I worked with a girl that mixed boiled shell noodles, (well drained), 1 can fruit cocktail with juice, and mexican cream. It was very good but looking for that mexican cream has not happened. I dont work anymore so I havent seen her.If you figure this one out try it.
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  • Cherrill 1 year ago about Chicken Wings In Caramel And Ginger Sauce
    Another great post. Sounds delish - and easy too. Will try this asap. Thanks!
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  • Cherrill 1 year ago about Asian Barbecued spareribs
    The pork here in Spain is very, very good and I'm always looking for new recipes. Great post - thsank you!
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  • chuckieb 1 year ago about Chicken Wings In Caramel And Ginger Sauce
    This sounds yummy. Nice post!
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  • PongoUSA 1 year ago
    Hi Steve ! Thanks for checking out the recipe. Ducati. Cool. I would love to have one :)
    Take care.
    Ralph
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  • Yinhomemade 1 year ago
    Hi Steve:
    Thanks for downloading. Hope you get to enjoy Asian cooking at home no longer need to patron Chinese restaurants.
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  • NPMarie 1 year ago about Nuoc Cham
    Very nice:)
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  • chuckieb 1 year ago about Nuoc Cham
    Love the sound of this and usually have all those ingredients on hand which is a bonus. Nice post!
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  • PongoUSA 1 year ago
    Thanks Steve for trying the Hummus out and reviewing it. I like it a lot, it's not too heavy because made with half oil / half water.
    Cheers.
    Ralph.
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