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RT’s Midnight Madness Salmon Salad

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the muse of culinary arts recently whispered a few words in RT’s ear as he was perusing the offerings at Walmart, and, late that evening, RT was able to take advantage of her kind suggestions. here is the meal he produced in ten or so minutes:

Salmon and Artichoke Heart Salad w/ Blueberries

1 can pink Alaska salmon (red salmon might be better)

1 jar Reese’s sliced artichoke hearts

1 can Reese’s sliced water chestnuts

1 large box blueberries

garlic salt and curry powder

head of romaine lettuce

In a soup bowl combine three or four forkfuls of the salmon, five or six chestnut slices, and three or four artichoke heart slices. (You’ll notice that Chef RT is not into precise measurements.) Microwave for 30 seconds. Remove bowl from microwave and add two or three leaves of romaine lettuce. Add virgin olive oil, curry powder, and garlic powder to taste. Cover with a couple of spoonfuls of blueberries. Serves one.

well, the romaine lettuce is green, so RT will wish everyone, Happy St. Pat’s Day!

Photo:  Processing salmon fish meat; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. WikiCmns; Public Domain.

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Carrot Pineapple Coconut Cake

October 17, 2013 1 comment

some of RT’s favorite ingredients–go ahead, dig in!  RT

(reposted from I WANT TO COOK THAT)

Carrot Pineapple Coconut Cake.

Almond Chocolate Freezer Fudge: Love Calories

September 29, 2013 2 comments

 

 

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whoa, RT is channeling energy on this one…maybe a panful will greet him when he returns home!  RT

(reposted from The Crunchy Sunflower)

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Almond Chocolate Freezer Fudge: Love Calories.

Gooey, Smelly Cheese from France

September 13, 2013 2 comments

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RT will gladly confess himself a snob on the matter of French cheese. He blissfully remembers the first time he walked into a marche de fromage (cheese market) in Paris. The large, metal-roofed hall was filled with a wonderful musty odor–herald of the wonderful taste experiences on offer. He will also admit that the first time a merchants sliced open a round of fresh camembert for his tasting, he was put off by the gooey stuff in the middle. But a few samples on slices of baguette was all it took to persuade him of the culinary superiority of fresh, hand-made cheese: the fresher, the stinkier, the better. I mean, it was even better than chocolate eclairs–seriously!!

Surely, there must be a circle in heaven where people do nothing but sample cheese and sip wine all the day long…   RT

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PhotoCamembert et petit Pont-l’évêque. Author: Michel d’Auge. WikiCmns; CC 1.0 generic.

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Kallari Chocolate: Why It’s Ok To “Begin” To Eat Dessert

September 3, 2013 2 comments

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wow, the things RT never knew about chocolate…

(reposted from Miss Strong)

 

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Kallari Chocolate: Why It’s Ok To “Begin” To Eat Dessert.

Snack Attack!!! Crepe Suzette…

August 26, 2013 Leave a comment

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RT reckons that all this talk of 19th-century glamour and elegance has left his sweet tooth hankering for the finer things in life, such as this delicious item from New Zealand. Dig in!    RT

PhotoCrêpe Suzette au Citron with visible flame as served by Torchon Crêperie, Auckland, NZ. Author: Antilived. WikiCmns; CC Generic 1.0.

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Karl’s Orange-Infused American Scones with Currents

August 25, 2013 Leave a comment

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wow and double-wow!! RT could use a couple of these right now…

(reposted from Jabberwocky Stew)

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Karl’s Orange-Infused American Scones with Currents.

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