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Easy Grilled Onion-Buttered Cod

Atlantic cod has been a popular fish for over one-thousand years and is caught in the northwest Atlantic from Greenland to North Carolina.





Per Mark Kurlansky, author of “Cod:  A Biography of the Fish that Changed the World,” cod was part of the desire to discover and explore North America.  By the way, Mae introduced me to this book, and if you haven’t read it, it’s a captivating look at the history of cod, and explores the globalization of the fish and its impact on history.

Cod is a low-calorie protein that is filled with healthy omega-3 oil which has a variety of health benefits, from lowering triglyceride levels, to aiding rheumatoid arthritis, depression and baby development.

Grilling is a simple way to prepare cod, and it brings out the delicate flavor of the fish.  Pep it up with spicy seasonings, butter, green onions, lemon juice, and salt and pepper for a tasty meal.  




We were truly surprised with how delicious the cod tasted!

Try it, I’m hoping you’ll like it also!

Yield: 2-4 serv…

Seasoned Summer Squash Sauté Side

Now that summer squashes and tomatoes are abundant in farmer's markets, backyard gardens, and in grocery stores, this fresh-tasting recipe is perfect for using up the produce and is over the top in goodness!



There are hundreds of varieties of summer squash, ranging from dark green to bright yellow, long to stubby, smooth to ridged to lumpy ~  from crookneck, to green and yellow and pattypan, to zucchini.





It’s a complicated family of veggies, and any one of them would be great for this recipe.  I used zucchini and crookneck summer squash, choose your favorites. 


The squash was sautéed with garlic, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, seasoned with Mrs. Dash Extra Spicy, finishing with a little cheese melting over all.

This was simple, and delicious for dinner and just as tasty leftover at lunchtime the next day!


Yield: Serves 4Author: PamPrint Recipe Seasoned Summer Squash Sautéprep time: 5 MINScook time: 15 MINStotal time: 20 mins This squash sauté is delicious and just as good later, should th…

Last Night's Dinner ~ Sautéed Cherry Tomatoes over Grilled Chicken

I know ~ you’re probably thinking grilled chicken is boring and dry.  Well, when grilled correctly, it’s very tender with a nice char, and Bill does this perfectly!




Generally, he dips the chicken breasts in a little lemon juice and sprinkles them with seasonings, salt and pepper, and our favorite spices.  

If a little thick on one end, pound it with a mallet until it has a uniform thickness.  Grill over high heat quickly, searing in all the juices.

While I leave the grilling to him, I’m on to making sautéed cherry tomatoes to top the chicken for added flavor and moistness… 



The little gems will be slightly charred, tender and savory-sweet.  Sautéing them brings out their natural sweetness and flavor.  They’re a perfect chicken picker-upper!

If you’ve never sautéed cherry tomatoes, give them a try.  It’s well worth it!


Yield: 4 servingsAuthor: PamPrint Recipe Sautéed Cherry Tomatoes over Grilled Chicken Breasts Cherry tomatoes, a perfect picker-upper for grilled chicken! INGREDIENTS:2 tables…

A Birthday for Grandpa with Classic Yellow Cupcakes

Grandpa needed help blowing out the candles on his birthday cupcake yesterday, so Matthew, came to the rescue! 



Bill loves cupcakes and so does our 6-year-old grandson, and this Martha Stewart recipe came to my rescue.



Bill's birthday is actually today ~ he’s having 2 days of celebrating.  It was going to be a day of golf with Bubba, but due to thunderstorms, that’s postponed for a sunny day; instead, it’s off to lunch later at a favorite Mexican restaurant. 

On with the cupcakes…

Who doesn’t like a cupcake!  These cupcakes are moist, delicious and full of flavor.  The recipe calls for a dozen cupcakes, I doubled it.  Yellow is Bill’s favorite with chocolate buttercream frosting.  Matthew opts for yellow cupcakes with buttercream frosting. 





 The options for decorating are endless, we like sprinkles here!




Believe me, these cupcakes disappear quickly!



Yield: 12Author: PamPrint Recipe Classic Yellow Cupcakesprep time: 25 MINScook time: 20 MINStotal time: 45 mins Perfect classic treats for a…










“He toasted his bacon on a fork and caught the drops of fat on his bread; then he put the rasher on his thick slice of bread, and cut off chunks with a knife, poured his tea into his saucer, and was happy.”


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