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New England Baked Beans, “The Musical Fruit”

For some reason, Saturday night, date night, always centered around baked beans back in SANYO DIGITAL CAMERA
our part of New England very many years ago. Baked beans and brown bread? Baked beans and coleslaw? Maybe include some hot dogs or sliced ham? Maybe a little potato salad? Our part of New England was particularly partial to a brand named Friend’s, Friend’s Baked Beans. we all could cook them from scratch, a family needs shortcuts now and then.  Continue reading

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ARTISAN BREAD BAKING Ciabatta Bread, delicious! Here is a recipe for Italian Slipper Ciabatta Bread. Don’t let yeast scare you off!

Menu sampling SALT ROCK TAVERN, OLDSMAR, FL

  • Deviled Eggs
  • Seared Ahi Tuna Napolean  
  • Pimento Cheese Fondue
  • Crab Stuffed Portabella
  • Beer Batter Onion Rings
  • Sweet Heat “Buffalo” Wings
  • Tavern Brine Rotisserie Chicken
  • Shrimp and Grits
  • Mile High Meatloaf
  • Kale Caesar
  • Look Ma, No Bun!
  • “Crunch and Munch” Bread Pudding

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Pears, So Overlooked

For all their scrumptiousness, juiciness and curious crunchiness, many will tell you they pearnever think of pears, and they are missing a treat. Centuries back, pears were referred to as “butter fruit” due to their soft, butterly-like texture. Contrarily, pear leaves were rolled and smoked before tobacco found its way into Europe. 

A pear tree can bear fruit for as many as 100 years, and there are 3,000 varieties of pears on the records, though the number of pear species developed for consumption is far lower. Currently, Italy, China and the U.S. are the leading growers. Continue reading

Foodsite Magazine Picksday Friday week of Jan 23

ARTISAN BREAD BAKING Ciabatta Bread, delicious! Here is a recipe for Italian Slipper Ciabatta Bread. Don’t let yeast scare you off!

Menu sampling SALT ROCK TAVERN, OLDSMAR, FL

  • Seared Ahi Tuna Napolean
  • Pimento Cheese Fondue 
  • Crab Stuffed Portabella 
  • Beer Batter Onion Rings 
  • Sweet Heat “Buffalo” Wings 
  • Tavern Brine Rotisserie Chicken 
  • Shrimp and Grits 
  • Mile High Meatloaf 
  • Kale Caesar 
  • Look Ma, No Bun! 
  • “Crunch and Munch” Bread Pudding

Continue reading

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