Monthly Archives: February 2013

BLT Hot Dogs With Caraway Remoulade. Kale Caesar With Rye Croutons And Israeli Couscous. New Music From Vasco Da Gama.

Hey everyone, come on in! This was a different kind of dinner. Two classics changed up to make them out of the ordinary. The Hot Dogs got the special treatment with a topping of crispy bacon, fresh tomatoes and crunchy … Continue reading

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Chocolate Chunk Cookies. Lovely Music From Sylvain Chauveau.

This is about the 20th recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookies that I have shared. But, considering that I have about 750 recipes posted in total, that’s only about 1 chipper recipe for every 37 others. Clearly not enough. :) These … Continue reading

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Chocolate Syrup Cake With Chocolate Pecan Icing. Spilled Wine In My Ears (And Cookbooks).

If any of you follow my I Sing In The Kitchen Facebook page, you’ll know that I had a pretty miserable afternoon yesterday. Imagine a 1.5 liter bottle of wine broken on a counter. Under that counter are bookshelves that … Continue reading

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Slider-Style Mini Burgers With Baked French Fries. New Music From Tyrannosaurus Dead.

It’s true that there is something highly enjoyable about a little burger. Maybe because you can eat a few and it doesn’t count. They are cute, too. “Sliders” originally referred to thin mini-burgers in squishy buns. I grew up frequenting … Continue reading

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Spaghetti With Tomatoes, Bacon, And Onions. New Song From Doldrums’ Debut Album Out Tomorrow.

Unexpected and so funny. You know that a pasta dish with bacon is going to be good. The preparation here is very simple, but that is what makes it so delicious. Canned whole tomatoes are held to a higher quality … Continue reading

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Date Nut Bread. The One Am Radio Are Happily In My Ears Right Now.

Ever seen this humorous date video? That vid is about a hundred years old, but still makes me laugh. So, Date Nut Bread. So simple. But Dates? You might think…nah. Change it up to “Yeah”. You will be happy you … Continue reading

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Strawberry-Honeydew Coolers. Heating Up With The New Frightened Rabbit Album.

Ooh! Look at the Frightened Rabbit! More about FR later. First, How about a completely refreshing and lovely to look at libation? These Strawberry-Honeydew Coolers couldn’t be easier to make and explode with the fresh flavors of summer. Just the … Continue reading

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Lemon Chicken With Zucchini Gratin. Lord Knows I Love The Dum Dum Girls.

Local Harlem Shakes….an attempt one town over in White River Junction Vermont. Totally unrelated, here is a wonderful dinner for a weeknight or to serve at a dinner party. Simple. Gorgeous flavors. Perfect. Lemon Chicken Ingredients: 1 (3 1/2 lb) … Continue reading

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Shrimp Tacos With Spicy Cabbage Slaw. Off We Go With Fever Dream.

I’m sure any kitty cat would come running at the sound of sizzling shrimp. Shrimp Tacos With Spicy Cabbage Slaw is an interesting combination that everyone here loved. Hot shrimp wrapped up with the cool, creamy, slightly spicy slaw is … Continue reading

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Easy Tomato Soup With Grilled Cheese Croutons. Warm Up With Some Mount Eerie.

Q: How do you fix a broken tomato? A: Tomato paste. The title of this soup is spot on accurate. Easy. And creamy, flavorful and studded with orzo pasta. But, it is the Grilled Cheese Croutons that make the soup … Continue reading

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