Medianoche Cuban Sandwiches

This variation of the classic Cuban sandwich is called Medianoche, and is traditionally served on sweet bread rather than the typical Cuban bread.

Authentic Cuban bread is difficult to find in our area, so we’ve prepared these Cuban Sliders which are traditionally served with sweet bread. This variation of the classic Cuban sandwich is called Medianoche, or midnight, which is when these small sandwiches are usually eaten after a night of dancing. These sandwiches were an …

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These potstickers are easy to make and so much tastier that anything you'll find in your grocer's freezer section. | |

By far, one of my favorite Asian foods is potstickers. I would love to eat them more often but always hate the exorbitant price they carry in our local restaurants. At about $7 or more for 6 as an appetizer, we just don’t order them often. In my local Asian …

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Hoppin John

Hoppin John: A Simple Rice and Beans Recipe that's Rich in Tradition.

Across South Carolina and reaching throughout the Southern United States, Hoppin John has become somewhat of a tradition.  Although it is eaten year round, it is most commonly eaten on New Year’s Day for “good luck” in the coming year. This simple rice and beans dish bears many similarities to …

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Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin

This Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin is so tender it can be cut with a fork. The smoked paprika lends a distinct flavor to the meat and aroma to the kitchen.

  The idea for this Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin began when we found that we had a leftover pork loin after trying another recipe. We have since made this recipe twice with one time being over the winter Holidays. Both the Loin Roast and the tenderloin came out so tender …

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Deviled Ham Salad

Deviled Ham Salad is a recipe it seems every family has a favorite recipe. It's great on marbled rye bread or as a spread for crackers and a great way to use leftover ham

Deviled Ham Salad is a recipe it seems every family prepared in the 1970’s and even through the 1980’s and well into the 1990’s. But as our foodie curiosity grew, some of our classic recipes fell by the wayside. It’s not necessarily a bad thing either because I love the foodie revolution …

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Beef Fajitas

Game Time Fajitas perfect for the Big Game or dinner with the family,

It’s time for the big game and you have a crowd to feed. What better way to satisfy the hunger of your family and friends than with the Tex-Mex flavors of fajitas. All it takes is some very simple ingredients and a little time to marinate and everyone will think …

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