Monthly Archives: February 2014

Short And Sweet. Pistachio Gelato With Extra Virgin Olive Oil And Sea Salt.

Pistachio Gelato With Extra Virgin Olive Oil And Sea Salt. Let that sink in for a minute. As one who thinks jimmies are the ultimate topping for cool, creamy treats, I was intrigued. I came across this recipe in a … Continue reading

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Beer Cheese Philly Steak Casserole. Dancing Like Crazy To Lost In Atlantis.

Marshall cracks me up. Do you watch How I Met Your Mother? As is usual for me, I didn’t watch the series from the start, but have instead binge watched seasons 1 thru 9 1/2 in the past few months. … Continue reading

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Doritos Crusted Chicken Strips And Baked Potato Crisps. New Music From EMA.

You know I just live for sillyness like that. And I live for fun, different dinners like this one. I adore those day-glo, super addictive Doritos. Crushed and baked on chicken, they’re a wonderful flavor booster. The Baked Potato Crisps … Continue reading

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Sticky Ginger Cake With Lime Buttercream. New Music From Rams’ Pocket Radio.

Fancy a trip to a remote island? Not possible? Bake this Sticky Ginger Cake instead. It’s a moist, spicy cake that is really special due to its unexpected pairing with a refreshing lime buttercream icing. Sticky Ginger Cake Ingredients: 120g … Continue reading

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Pear And Turkey Sausage Rigatoni. Beautiful Debut Single From Freddie Fiction.

Q: What are twins favorite fruit? A: Pears. Pears and blue cheese are a classic combination. The sweetness of the fruit pairs (pears!) perfectly with the salty cheese. Add pasta, sausage, spinach, a bit of cream and some crunchy almonds … Continue reading

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Chicken Soup With Kale And Israeli Couscous. New Music From Emily Danger.

re·cuse (rĭ-kyo̅o̅z′) tr.v. re·cused, re·cus·ing, re·cus·es To disqualify or seek to disqualify from participation in a decision on grounds such as prejudice or personal involvement. There. A bunch of nether knowledge. Did that leave you cold? If you are cold … Continue reading

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Mint Chocolate Chunk Cookies. New Music From Furniture Girls.

There are so many fantastic flavors of chocolate bars out there these days. I picked up this Peppermint Crunch bar produced by Vermont’s Lake Champlain Chocolates and chopped it up into a tried and true cookie dough recipe. Cool, crunchy … Continue reading

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