Washingtons’ Chukar Cherry Salsa

This fresh Tart Chukar Cherry Salsa can be served with corn chips or over cream cheese with crackers.

Ingredients

1 29.5 Ounce jar of locally grown  Chukar Cherry brand Sour Cherry Pie/Cobbler Filling. In a pinch, you can substitute an equal amount of unsweetened tart cherry pie filling, just add a little more lime juice to taste.
½-3/4 Jalapeno pepper seeds and ribs removed and diced. Set the seeds and ribs aside and add if you want more heat
½ Red onion cut into eights
4 Cloves of garlic roughly sliced
4 Tbs cider vinegar
Juice of ½ lime
¼-½ Cup fresh cilantro roughly chopped
Pinch of sea salt

Instructions

Pour entire contents of the cobbler filling into a large enough bowl, set aside.
Place the garlic, lime juice, jalapeno salt and vinegar in a food processor and run it until the garlic is fully incorporated. If you like your cilantro very fine you can […]

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By |July 30th, 2014|Categories: Appetizer, Recipes, Savor|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Kalua Pig Recipe Hawaii Plantation Food Favorite

Image  and article by Kurt Winner
This is an easy crock pot version that anyone can make. Kalua pig is the whole pig that is cooked in a pit in the ground known as an Imu. This dish is traditionally served at Luaus, family gatherings and special occasions such as graduations, and birthdays. Local families in Hawaii also make quick version with premade Kalua pork, but here we do a better version from scratch using a crock pot/slow cooker.
Ingredients:
3-4 lb pork loin roast or pork shoulder
1 large onion sliced
4 plus cups beef stock
4 plus cups chicken stock
1 medium cabbage roughly chopped
¼ teaspoon of liquid smoke
2-3 Tbs extra virgin olive oil
Hawaiian salt to taste
Soy sauce to taste

Directions:
Place the pork in a slow cooker with the beef and chicken stock. Use enough stock here to fully cover the pork roast. Cover […]

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By |April 1st, 2014|Categories: Main Course, Recipes, Savor|Tags: , , |1 Comment

Sponsored Post – Pass the Prosciutto: Parma Ham Risotto

Prosciutto Di Parma, also known as Parma Ham is a perfect ingredient for your special holiday entertaining. These days it seems that everyone congregates in the kitchen, to drink wine, nibble on the appetizers and just be in the moment with their family and friends. For this special Parma Ham risotto recipe you don’t have to shoo them out. This also makes it fun to prepare this dish as it does take a bit of time. So why not have a volunteer or two help you out ? After all it’s more fun when people participate, and there’s nothing like freshly made risotto on a cold winter evening. With the addition of Fontina cheese, asparagus and  a touch of cream, you  have the perfect gluten free dish for all of your guests to enjoy. As you make memories this season […]

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By |November 8th, 2013|Categories: Main Course, Recipes, Savor|Tags: , , , , , , |2 Comments