Monthly Archives: September 2014

Beef ‘N’ Biscuit Casserole. Listening To The Walking Who.

– Knock-knock – Who’s there? – The – The Who? – Yes. It’s Roger, Pete, John & Keith. – No, it’s not. I won’t get fooled again I’m not fooling you when I say this is one yummy recipe. A … Continue reading

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Smoked Salmon Pâté. Rocking Into Monday With Duke Evers.

Especially this particular Monday morning. I went to bed on the early side last night only to be woken up (as per usual) by the husband’s snoring. Off to the couch where the cat (as per usual) thinks it is … Continue reading

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Peanut Butter Pie. New Music From Girl Friend.

If peanut butter is not your thing, then you might want to just walk on by today’s recipe. But if you DO love peanut butter, I’ve got a pie for you. The PB flavor is strong, but the texture of … Continue reading

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Morning Glory Granola. Starting My Day With The Scottish Enlightenment.

Getting out of bed is way easier when you know you have something mighty fine to dig into for breakfast. Like this Morning Glory Granola. It’s crunchy, not too sweet and packed with nuts and dried fruit. It’s lovely with … Continue reading

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Polenta Chili With Italian Sausage. New Music From Chirping.

I love chili and make it frequently. I’ve tried all kinds of chili such as classic red, white chicken, in biscuit bowls, super loaded with beef, sausage and beans, out of the can in a yummy chili corn dog pie, … Continue reading

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Meatball Sandwich With Red Cabbage Slaw, Cheese, And Pancetta. Cool New Music From Jonnie Common.

If you think of meatball sandwiches as a tomato sauce laden and mozzarella cheese affair, today’s recipe for Meatball Sandwich With Red Cabbage Slaw, Cheese, And Pancetta couldn’t be more different. Mustard and basil flavored meatballs are tucked into toasted … Continue reading

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Short And Sweet. Coconut Brownies.

These ultra moist, rich and decadent brownies are also some of the easiest ever to make. Brownie mix gets doctored up with some canned coconut-pecan frosting and sour cream. The baked brownies are then crowned with a coating of chocolate … Continue reading

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Champagne Lillet Cocktail. Listening To Levee Drivers.

My daughter got her driver’s license this morning! Woo Hoo! Time to celebrate this huge milestone. An elegant cocktail of Champagne mixed with the crisp and slightly fruity Lillet Blanc sounds perfect for a toast. Let the worrying begin. Champagne … Continue reading

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Tilapia Piccata. Listening To The Close Readers.

This would so be me. If you are a fan of Piccata dishes, you’ll enjoy this light fish version. The lemony caper sauce is so good with just the right little bite from the garlic and shallot. Tilapia Piccata Ingredients: … Continue reading

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Risotto With Maple Glazed Bacon. Cate Le Bon On The Stereo.

How terrifying is this? Yikes. I’m gonna have to give it a go just for laughs. :) Risotto With Maple Glazed Bacon. Doesn’t that sound good? Oh yes, it is good! The Maple Glazed Bacon could be served with anything. … Continue reading

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