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Chowder from Leftover Chicken/ Turkey/ Duck

Chowder from Leftover Chicken/ Turkey/ Duck

With American Thanksgiving, I can’t help but drool about the great ways to use leftovers, including simmering a chowder from leftover chicken, turkey or duck. Hearty soups are a great way to to literally clean out the fridge as well. The recipe itself is a 

Spaghetti Squash Rosé

Spaghetti Squash Rosé

Have you experienced the autumn symphony? Cool weather, fall leaves and migrating birds calls for spaghetti squash rosé in the repertoire of warm, hearty dishes. That’s a lot of words for WOW this dish is amazing! Its so amazing, that we have promptly bought a 

BBQ Peanut Sauce

BBQ Peanut Sauce

A new flavor on some old favorites, a barbeque peanut sauce can do the trick. Great for salad rolls, salads, noodles or seasoning for a stir fry, this tangy and nutty combination is a crowd pleaser. For more savory flavor, add more soy sauce, for 

BBQ Pulled Pork Rice Noodles

BBQ Pulled Pork Rice Noodles

With Asian rice noodles and succulent barbecue pulled pork, I think this dish qualifies as BBQ Asian fusion – like me! Ha! Sometimes barbecue should be enjoyed in a different format, so when there are pulled pork leftovers, this is my go-to. Blues Hog Original 

Ginger Gingerbread Cake

Ginger Gingerbread Cake

Cold weather and a countdown towards the festive seasons, this ginger gingerbread cake is the perfect weeknight dessert. Nothing says comfort food like the warm flavor of ginger. By adding two components of ginger, this cake has got a great flavor and textural punch.

Japanese Sweet Potato Cake

Japanese Sweet Potato Cake

My original intent was to recreate an Ube (purple potato) cake, typically found in Filipino bakeries. It wasen’t until I started prepping that I realized that I did not have purple potatoes (purple skin and purple flesh). I had Japanese Sweet Potatos (purple skin and 

Banana Bread French Toast with Peanut Cream and Bacon Bits

Banana Bread French Toast with Peanut Cream and Bacon Bits

This week’s Supper Challenge theme is “Social Media inspired”. You know, the Tik Tok, Instagram or Facebook 1 minute videos full cooking and assembling a dish? Usually the videos show ooey gooey cheesy goodness or a cake baked and beautifully decorated. As usual, I took 

Asian Cornish Hen on a DIY Tin Can Smoker

Asian Cornish Hen on a DIY Tin Can Smoker

One of the goals I had when building my DIY Tin Can Smoker, was to cook a whole animal. For directions to build your own DIY Tin Can Smoker, click here. In a 6 diameter tin can, the choices are pretty limited. Where lump charcoal 

DIY $5 Tin Can Smoker

DIY $5 Tin Can Smoker

When a friend’s Facebook memory showed his home made smoker, I was obsessed and wanted to have my own fun. Thanks JLH! After a bit of planning, I now have my own DIY Tin Can Smoker and manufactured for less than $5! Objectives and considerations: