Ladies Night Recipes 3

We had delicious food at our ‘potluck’ Ladies Night. Thanks, Jules, for hosting the event! The next Ladies Night will likely be in January. We especially have requests for Diane’s cucumber-salmon appetizers! Post your recipe in ‘comments’.

3 thoughts on “Ladies Night Recipes

  • Diane

    Cucumber-salmon appetiser: a dozen mini-cucumbers, peeled lengthwise leaving 3-4 narrow green strips. Cut each in 4, scoop out each piece leaving a shallow cup shape. Mix tog. 8oz. cream cheese, 2 tbsp soy sauce,and 1-2 tsp. wasabi paste (I used just one tsp) Spoon mix into cuke cups. Top each with a piece of smoked salmon. Voila! Done!

  • saulj

    This is the recipe to best of my recollection:

    I got the meat at Whole Foods, it is a chuck roast I think. It is about $4.50/lb and I think it was about 4 – 6 lbs.

    1. Make sure you have good thoughts about the person or people you are making this for, it helps, I swear.
    2. Brown the meat in coconut oil, about 2 tablespoons or more.
      In a slow cooker, sprinkle two spices on it, World Market Chicago Chop & Steak Seasoning and Santa Maria Seasoning (I get this at Whole Foods).
    3. I also put something I call roast mix which is part menudo mix and part rosemary and other herbs. I wish I could be more specific but I honestly don’t know what’s in it anymore.
    4. I think I put in some vegetable broth from Whole Foods and some water.
    5. It is very likely that put some ground garlic in there but I don’t remember.
    6. Put it on low and over night, about 10 hours.
    7. In the morning, put in peeled carrots and cut up Japanese sweet potatoes.
      After about 2 hours, cool and put in the refrigerator and chill for the rest of the day.
      (I am not really sure that last part matters but that is what we did).

    I hope this helps you make something good for someone special.
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