Monthly Archives: September 2014

Cheese-Stuffed Burgers. Color Collage On The Stereo.

“I was walking down the street the other day, and someone threw cheese in my face! I thought, ‘Very mature’.” I’ve made Cheese-Stuffed Burgers before like these here and the Mushroom-Bacon Stuffed Cheeseburgers here. Today’s recipe is by far the … Continue reading

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Pork Chops With Cider, Horseradish, And Dill. New Music From Holy Holy.

Ah, selfies. What a crazy age we live in. Entertaining though. This may be one of the best recipes for pork chops I have ever had. I shouldn’t be surprised since every single thing I make from The Smitten Kitchen … Continue reading

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Short And Sweet. Pimm’s Eton Mess.

If you need a laugh go here and read about how this cat poster came to be. Mmmmm….Eton Mess. With Pimm’s….super yum. This classic British pud of conflicting origin is one of our household favorites. Crisp meringue, lightly whipped cream … Continue reading

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Oven-Fried Chicken Chimichangas. Beautiful New Music From Skinny Dipper.

Chimichangas, those crispy, delectable deep-fried burritos made popular in the American southwest, get lightened up (well, a little bit!) in this oven-fried version. Chicken is mixed with a spiced salsa, cheese and onions before being rolled up in flour tortillas … Continue reading

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Watercress, Pickled Onion And Pear Salad. New Music From Dirtwire.

Let’s do a happy dance for FRIDAY! This is a very simple salad that packs a bunch of flavor. The peppery watercress is balanced by the sweet pear, the pickled onions add a vinegary bite and a squeeze of … Continue reading

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Symphony Chocolate Chip Cookies. New Music From Pree.

Symphony bars, those toffee almond chocolates from Hershey, are a great way to change up the flavor of chocolate chip cookies. I made a version with oats in the dough a long time ago (here). Today’s version uses a typical … Continue reading

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Smoked Gouda Veggie Melts. Strange New Music From Dinner.

As a snack or alongside soup, these grilled cheese toasts loaded with vegetables are a fun change-up. The smokiness of the gouda contrasts nicely with the sweetness of the roasted veggies. Smoked Gouda Veggie Melts Ingredients: 1 cup chopped fresh … Continue reading

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Flank Steak With Cilantro And Blue Cheese Butter

Thanks to my daughter for finding that Gump inspired humor. Summer may be winding down, but there is still plenty of prime grilling time. For bold and unexpected flavor combinations, you can’t go wrong with this recipe for Flank Steak … Continue reading

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Banoffee Pie Revisited

Last week I posted a recipe for Banoffee Pie. There were mixed reviews about the photos from my family. My youngest said “OOOH! I loved that recipe! When can you make it again?” My husband remarked that the serving photos … Continue reading

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