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Creamed Corn

Creamed Corn

It’s that time of year again…. CORN SEASON! They are on sale at the grocery store this week for 19 cents each. For me, that means 8 ears of corn for less than $2! And are they ever good right now. They are so sweet and tender, you can eat them as is. Raw, without…

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Corn Fritters/Pancakes
Corn Bread Casserole with Jalapenos

Corn Bread Casserole with Jalapenos

To accompany the Turkey Chili, I made this corn bread casserole which was based on our earlier version but this time we added jalapenos and cheese.

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Spicy Sitaw

Spicy Sitaw

These are the green beans (sitaw) from our garden. These are the yardlong, asparagus, snake beans variety but you can also use regular string beans for this recipe. There was a handful of them left after Jade used some for a stirfry dish so I decided to cook them up when I fried up the…

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LaPiS – FRIED Okra

LaPiS – FRIED Okra

This week’s theme for Lasang Pinoy Sunday is FRIED and it just so happened that I was frying up some fried chicken last week and decided to fry up some okra from the garden too. I usually make a stew with okra but then I end up eating it by myself. When I fry it…

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Candied Sweet Potatoes

Candied Sweet Potatoes

I actually cooked this sometime last fall when we havested sweet potatoes from our garden. I just realized, while sorting through my photobucket pics that I never posted it on this blog. I also suddenly got a yearning for some sweet potatoes, which unfortunately, we didn’t get to plant this year. I guess I’ll be…

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Southern Corn Pudding

Southern Corn Pudding

I’m not really happy about how this turned out, but it could have something to do with the quality of the fresh corn rather than the recipe. It just didn’t seem to be as sweet and flavorful as the last batch of Creamed Corn we made. I do like the texture of it though and…

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Ratatouille

Ratatouille

I just found out about a new food blogging event called Recipes to Rival which is similar to Daring Bakers but for savory dishes instead of sweet. Recipes to Rival was founded by Lori of Lipsmacking Goodness and Temperance of High on the Hog. Sign up and visit the Recipes to Rival forum where the…

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