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Re: recipe

> Your cooking sounds like mine...I just use recipes to get ideas, especially
> if I have made something similar so I know how it is supposed to taste. 
> Tonight, I'm going to experiment with scallops.


I had some old corn on the cob the other night and lots of fresh garden
Roma tomatoes, so I chopped up the Romas and stripped off the corn.  The
corn went into a frying pan after sauteeing some garlic and Vidalia onions
in olive oil, then the tomatoes were added afterwards with two limes cut
into eighths.  Add a dash of cayenne, and voila!  It felt very Cuban.


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