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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Snowman Mini Pizzas. Chilling Out With Ten Walls.

Want to hear a joke about pizza? Never mind, it’s too cheesy. You DO want to hear about these cute as can be pizza snowmen. Just cut out some circles of dough. Add sauce and cheese. Bake then decorate the … Continue reading

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Melting Snowman White Hot Chocolate

One of the major challenges I face as a food blogger is getting some good photos of the things I make. When I am home alone, I can spend as much time as I need to photograph cookies, slices of … Continue reading

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Lemon-Cranberry Pie Bars. Catchy New Song From Dead Professional.

One huge benefit of having a bunch of foodies for friends is that I tend to try recipes I would normally pass over. I saw these Lemon-Cranberry Pie Bars in the November issue of Food & Wine Magazine and didn’t … Continue reading

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