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I made this Raw Asparagus Salad last night. Utterly delicious with grilled wahoo...

https://www.wpr.org/recipe-raw...mbs-walnuts-and-mint


Please reassure me all the ingredients are food stuffs! Eeker


What ingredients are you questioning? It all looks like food to me.

Big Al


Well, what edible is a "wahoo", grilled or not? Blink


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I made this Raw Asparagus Salad last night. Utterly delicious with grilled wahoo...

https://www.wpr.org/recipe-raw...mbs-walnuts-and-mint


Please reassure me all the ingredients are food stuffs! Eeker


What ingredients are you questioning? It all looks like food to me.

Big Al


Well, what edible is a "wahoo", grilled or not? Blink


Wahoo is a fish. wiki for wahoo

Big Al


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I'm making this for the second time tonight. So delicious that even MFR, the world's least fan of salmon, likes it. Cut the salt down to a few sprinkles. 1/2 tsp is WAY WAY too much. Also very easy. You could probably use honey, but I always have agave nectar. Much lower glycemic index. For Costcoites, Kirkland Rose Prosecco is great.

Sadly, it is TOO F****** HOT to eat on the deck tonight.

https://plumscooking.com/recipes/agave-lime-salmon/


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Our local Costco currently has Copper River salmon for $14.99/lb. And I’m sipping some of that rosé prosecco right now; I bought a bottle to sample. It’s nice, and very affordable. Perfect house bubbly.


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That salmon looks great. And have added the prosecco to my Costco list.


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The regular prosecco is very good too. But I think the rose is a little better. Certainly was with salmon.

The other benefit is prosecco is lower alcohol, like 11% as opposed to normally around 14%.


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Backstory: https://www.atlasobscura.com/p...ie-recipe-gravestone


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I like that the recipe calls for oleo.


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Jalapeno poppers

https://www.swankyrecipes.com/jalapeno-poppers.html

I know where you can get jalapenos for a quarter each. And great bacon. And cheddar cheese.

I bet they also sell cream cheese....


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I haven’t made those in a while. Thanks for reminding me!

Yummy


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Yowza! Had these appetizers at my niece/nephew’s grad party and I can’t wait to make more! They seem like something y’all would like.

Slice a baguette in to rounds. Maybe toast them, maybe not.

Grill some round peach slices - just enough to make grill marks.

Slather each piece of bread with burrata cheese. Place a peach slice on top of the cheese. Drizzle each one with honey. Place a single leaf of basil on top of the honey. Yummy

Each piece is about two bites. Sharon thinks the basil should be chopped to make it easier to get basil with both bites. I think the single leaf looks so cool I’m not messing with it.


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That does sound great. Costco has Bel Gioioso burrata. It's peach season; I'll have to try that recipe...


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Just used up my last burrata last night on top of a burst cherry tomato basil sauce. Yum.

But I found this light recipe for chicken marsala to be excellent. I used a sweet marsala, which I prefer to the dry in these recipes.

https://www.cookinglight.com/r...uick-chicken-marsala


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This one’s on repeat at our house:

Lemony orzo with asparagus and garlic bread crumbs

The bread crumbs are great sprinkled on anything, and there’s more than enough for this dish.

This is a 20 minute dinner, perfect. Or a great side to some protein on the grill.


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Might be a little tricky because of the current sriracha shortage, but this sounds like fun.

Bahn Mi Hot Dogs with Sriracha Mayo


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