Monthly Archives: September 2012

Linguine with Roasted Aubergines, Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Pine Nuts. Lord Huron On Deck.

Aubergines. Eggplant. Same difference. This pasta dish is just bursting with flavor. The aubergines are meltingly tender, the pine nuts give the perfect crunch and the sun-dried tomatoes are sublime. Throw in the basil, garlic and Parmesan and you’ve got … Continue reading

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Summer Fruit Crostata. New Music From Stars.

Anybody watch Family Guy? My kids love it. We’ve even decided that if we get a cat we are going to call it “Stewie”. Of course, this clip has nothing whatsoever to do with Crostata, but it does have Kermit. … Continue reading

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Mac ‘N’ Cheese Soup. A Dose Of Flash Fiktion.

I think boxed macaroni and cheese is a little scary. My mother made it at least once a week when I was growing up and I liked it well enough way back then. But now it is not something I … Continue reading

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Short And Sweet. Fat Ladies With Roasted Almonds And Pistachios.

I shared the recipe for Fat Ladies before in this post. Because they are so easy to make and can be made a few days ahead, I recently decided to make them for my husband’s surprise birthday party. I thought … Continue reading

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Chicken Cordon Bleu Sandwich. New Music From Crushing Blows.

Sandwiches for supper are always fun. Crispy Chicken Subs with Ham and melting Swiss Cheese are especially fun. I really love this dinner. All you need to round things out are some french fries and a simple salad. I tossed … Continue reading

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Raspberry Crumb Bars. Hip Hopping Around To Blayer Pointdujour & The Rockers Galore.

Doggonit, I just had to sHAIR this with you. I’m sharing these delectable Raspberry Crumb Bars, too. Buttery and full of tart/sweet flavors, these crumb bars are perfect for breakfast, tea or dessert. Just fabulous. Raspberry Crumb Bars Ingredients: 1½ … Continue reading

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Slow Cooker Teriyaki Chicken. Two Of My Favorite Words In A Grand Band:Trapped Mice.

Yes, there is no escaping Monday. To calm you down, run fast to your slow cooker. Yesterday, a friend posted on the I Sing In The Kitchen Facebook Page that it was slow cooker season in his kitchen. I love … Continue reading

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Stacked Vegetables And Ravioli Casserole

I like this video because the sea otter is so cute, but also because of those cups. The stacking cups were one of the only toys I ever bought for my children (because the kiddies received so many toy gifts … Continue reading

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Provolone And Pepperoni Baby Quiches. Cool Song From The Maginot Band.

You’ll definitely be in the mood for these baby quiches. This is one of my favorite party recipes. Bite sized morsels of deliciousness that can be made well ahead and frozen until party time. My favorite combination is provolone and … Continue reading

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Secret Ingredient Margaritas

Margaritas will get you off to a good start at fulfilling your quota. Last summer when I was visiting a really good friend in Portland, OR, she whipped up a pitcher of Margaritas. These Margaritas. They were amazing and I … Continue reading

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