Kitchenman Kebobs

Kitchenman Kebobs

  This is how you can serve a dozen people a back yard feast with out breaking the bank. A good kebob goes along way and if you like chicken, beef, lamb, pork, a simple cut from the leg or rump portion and some coloured bell peppers, purple onions your on your way to a satisfying alfresco meal. Shrimp and Salmon make easy to do skewers as well adding some fruit like melon or pineapple chunks. For quick side to make your dinner cover all the base, grill some roast potatoes brushed with lemon and olive oil salt pepper and rice pilaf done rice cooker style with Mediterranean...
Simple London Broil

Simple London Broil

This simple London broil will make a great Sunday night dinner.Ingredients needed; 1/2 cup chopped shallots … 1/4 cup low-sodium soy sauce 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 2 tablespoon olive oil 2 teaspoons fresh thyme 1 teaspoon dried oregano 4 garlic cloves, minced 1 (2-pound) boneless top round steak, trimmed 2 colored bell peppers 2 Yukon gold potatoes 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper Preparation; Combine first 8 ingredients in a large zip-top plastic bag. Pierce steak with a roast fork. Add steak to...
Almond and Cherry Dutch Baby

Almond and Cherry Dutch Baby

Here is the batter being first baked then adding fresh fruit. Almond and Cherry Dutch Baby While looking through my dad’s old recipes that he made for Octoberfest, I found this old German Dutch Baby recipe. I remember how it tasted so good and my dad made it in minutes. It reminded me of an overloaded fruit pancake, but  as  a kid I was told that you were only to have a slice and not the whole Cherry Dutch Baby. After reading about it’s origins which was most likely based on the German pancake Apfelpfannkuchen, the Dutch (a mispronunciation of Deutsch, meaning...
Clam Linguini

Clam Linguini

  It doesn’t get any fresher! At Zara’s Italian Deli and Fresh Pasta, the boss is always busy hand crafting a delectable selection of pasta noodles using the finest ingredients. Grandville Island is worth the visit to get the very best. Garlic/Wine Clams and Linguini. These tasty little neck butter clams sure made this quick pasta dish taste mouth-watering. Simple to do, and man does it taste scrumptious. Scrub up a kilo of clams and hold in some ice cold water. In a thick bottom sauté pan heat to medium high add tbs of unsalted butter, tbs. olive oil and a...
El Grande Tequila Jalepeno Shrimp

El Grande Tequila Jalepeno Shrimp

Nothing makes a party go El Grande more than these mouth watering Tequilia Lemon Jalepeno Shrimp! Get some 10/15 large Tiger Shrimp, Give them a cold water sea salt bath for 10 minutes to crispen up the shrimp. Clean and devain leaving the tails intact! Rinse thoroughly and blot dry with a clean linen towel. Splash with some fresh squeezed lime juice and some fine minced jalepeno pepper, tear apart some fresh coriander leaves.  Pinch sea salt and fresh ground pepper to taste. Toss! In a thick bottom saute pan on medium heat add a tbs of olive oil, 2 tbs of unsalted...