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Happy National Peanut Butter & Jelly Day

I was wierd as a kid. This is not a secret. Maybe picky is a better word than wierd to describe my likes and dislikes. I’ll leave it up to those of you who knew me and/or grew up with … Continue reading

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Happy National Sourdough Day

It just so happens that I made sourdough English muffins to coincide with National Sourdough Day. Truth be told, it was a total coincidence. I try to make one sourdough thing a week to keep my sourdough starter happy and … Continue reading

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Sourdough Coffee Cake

I love that tangy taste of sourdough. In fact, bread is probably my favorite food, followed closely by the peanut butter/chocolate combination. I made this coffee cake last weekend and it was so yummy. Eating it straight out of the … Continue reading

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Balsamic-Berry Glazed Pork Chops

I grabbed some pork chops from Trader Joe’s the other night and had no idea what I would do with them during the week. I found a recipe for balsamic-plum pork chops, which required having plum preserves. Who has plum … Continue reading

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Happy National Oreo Day

To be compeltely honest, I’ve never liked Oreo cookies. While I love chocolate, I’ve never been a fan of chocolate cookies or cake. I’d rather have a chocolate creamy center with vanilla cookies on the outside or chocolate chip cookies … Continue reading

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Veggie & Goat Cheese Tart

This Thanksgiving I wanted to try something new for my veggie side dish. While Isabella would’ve been evry happy with green beans and bacon, I was itching to try something new and a little more sophisticated. When I can across … Continue reading

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Big, Brined Herby Turkey

This year for Thanksgiving I decided to make a brined turkey, which I’d never done before. I pulled a recipe from Food Network Magazine and it turned out fantastic. While this recipe is for a full turkey, I just made … Continue reading

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Bourbon Sweet Potato Brulee

Continuing with my posts to get you through Christmas, I’m moving from desserts and party food to dishes for your Christmas dinner. I ususally make a sweet potato brulee for Thanksgiving and Christmas. ┬áThis year I kicked it up a … Continue reading

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Tuna Tartare in Cucumber Cups

Day 3 in the 12 Days of Christmas food: Tuna Tartare in Cucumber Cups. This is an elegant hors d’oeuvres that you can whip out quickly for a party and look like the hostess with the mostess. No cooking required. … Continue reading

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Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Cheesecake Pops

Here’s another in what is going to turn into my 12 Days of Christmas posts for your holidays parties and dinners. Next on my list is super yummy Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Cheesecake Pops that were also a big hit at … Continue reading

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