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I guess it’s time again to share another home recipe; usually Thursday is the day set aside to try-out new recipes, but after all the reveling from Carnival Monday and Tuesday I was still feeling the affects 😆 Last time the boiled Fish Coubouillon came out better than I expected, today its Luida (my-gurl) turn to try–out the new recipe. Hot Sandwiches with fried potatoes (Russian style).

Hot Sandwiches with Fried Potatoes

Usually I don’t like Russian cooking, maybe because their dishes have too much mayonnaise. But I must say that this recipe taste better than the way it looked. Go ahead try the recipe if you dare 😐 .….Bon appetite ❗

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Comment by Dan
2007-02-26 10:00:13

My wife likes your recipes and plans to try some when we return to our home in Calibishie. There is one thing I’d like to ask, though, Chris: Do you have recipes that are “heart-healthy”; that is, which do not contain saturated fat? I have seven coronary stents in my heart arteries, and on doctor’s orders may not consume saturated fats or trans fats (the latter are the partially hydrogenated oils used in manufactured foods; the former are present in most animal fats and cooking oils other than canola or olive oil). One of the many things we love about Dominica is our ability to eat many of the wonderful fruits and vegetables and fish that abound, and the white meat of chicken, in Dominican-style dishes. You may write me at djt@dan-ruth-tanner.com. Thanks.

 
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