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SEPTEMBER RECIPE ROUND-UP

SEPTEMBER RECIPE ROUND-UP

My this month went quickly didn’t it?  And here we are again into fall and the beautiful weather that comes with it…and October.  October!  I barely can remember what happened in September, the days just flew by. I can see by the most viewed recipes that you too are getting into the cooler weather frame of mind with spicey sauces, apple dishes, belly warming chicken and comforting pasta.  Simply click on the caption below each image to access the recipes….

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ROASTED RHUBARB SHORTCAKE

ROASTED RHUBARB SHORTCAKE

More rhubarb love for you today my Galley Peeps.  I’m not sure how long I can keep going back to my little garden patch and harvest enough fresh goodness for yet another recipe but I’ll keep going until I can’t.  Over the top enthusiasm?  Maybe, but after living in a condo apartment for so many years and I can now waltz..yes, waltz…out my back door and forage for food…you might be a little over the top too. Instead of stewing…

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RHUBARB COCKTAIL

RHUBARB COCKTAIL

How could a pot of this… Become this most heavenly nectar of the summer-time-grillin’-gods?… Well let me tell you a story… It all began with my over the top excitement about discovering we had moved into this paradise by the sea with an existing crop of rhubarb.  I watched these little crowns…. …evolve into full blown stalks of nature’s goodness.  Too much over the top?  Sorry…I even freaked out over discovering we had pussy willows.  My neighbour even suggested to…

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EASY PRESERVED LEMONS

EASY PRESERVED LEMONS

Have you ever tried using preserved lemons in your cooking?  They add such a wonderful extra ‘something’ to a dish but sometimes they can be quite pricey to purchase.  I’ve made them myself with success (my recipe here) but they take several weeks to cure properly.  Not always practical.  Well, I now have a way for you to have them ready in about three hours of sitting time.  Make them in the morning.  Have them ready to spice up that…

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STOVE TOP BAKED APPLES

STOVE TOP BAKED APPLES

I love all my galley gear, especially my little Omnia stove top oven.  Even though our boat is out of the water for this season, I still use it in our land galley.  And because of our recent packin-up-and-movin-out, it’s been the one appliance I haven’t packed.  Our land oven was scrubbedd clean for the future owner so it became a no cook zone before moving out of our condo (catch up with that story here) With apples in season,…

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THAI SHRIMP with MANGO COCONUT SAUCE

THAI SHRIMP with MANGO COCONUT SAUCE

This is a happy Happy Hour in the making.  Holiday season inspired and super easy to prepare…and I can now guarantee they are taste-tester approved. It’s fun presenting these as little individual servings….mango sauce served up in shot glassses or little port glasses. Let your guests grab a few extra shrimp on individual plates. So good!  So easy!  I’m now wishing I had made more. THAI SHRIMP with MANGO COCONUT SAUCE   Print Author: Galley Kat Ingredients 1 lb cooked large…

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FRIED BANANAS with HONEY RUM SAUCE

FRIED BANANAS with HONEY RUM SAUCE

FRIED BANANAS with HONEY RUM SAUCE 1 tbsp coconut oil 1 firm banana, 1″ slices 1 tbsp honey 1 tbsp rum Fry banana slices in coconut oil, turning when browned. When browned on second side remove to serving plate. Add honey and rum to coconut oil and simmer until thickened. (this should take only a minute or two) Drizzle over bananas and enjoy. These are ‘oh my’ delicious, like little banana candies. Great for a quick sinless dessert or a…

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