Monthly Archives: October 2014

White Chocolate Hi-Hat Ghost Cupcakes. Epic Tune By Hungry Ghost.

Boo! I thought these little guys were so cute and hi-hats are always so much fun. The Hi-Hat Filling I used here is a really easy version to whip up, but a touch airy. I prefer the filling I used … Continue reading

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Baked Rigatoni With Sautéed Vegetables. Rocking New Music From John Scargall.

John Scargall, a musician out of Philadelphia, PA, sent me a note to let me know that he loves rigatoni. He added that his music goes great with it, too. You know what? I think he’s right. John is a … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Pie With Pecan Praline Topping. Listening To Solid Gold Balls.

This past Saturday I was lucky enough to take a pie baking class at King Arthur Flour given by Joy The Baker. I’ve been reading Joy Wilson’s blog for years and I own both of her amazing cookbooks. I’m also … Continue reading

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The Easiest Tortellini Meatball Soup. Cold War Kids On The Stereo.

You are 5 ingredients, and about 15 minutes away, from a warm, hearty and healthy soup. Healthy. Yes, you read that right. I posted something that is not only easy and delicious, but good for you, too. Don’t worry, though. … Continue reading

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Baked Jalapeño Poppers. Fun New Music From Bentcousin.

Halloween week humor: Making Jalapeño Poppers at home doesn’t get any easier than this baked recipe. The filling is a cinch to throw together and the filled poppers can be made up to 1 day ahead of baking. Oh! And … Continue reading

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Short And Sweet. Panda Cupcakes.

This has got to be the most adorable thing I have seen in awhile. More little animal cupcakes for you. Aren’t these guys sweet? A little dopey with the big ears, I’ll admit, but those are delicious ears. Panda Cupcakes … Continue reading

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Brazilian Fish Stew (Moqueca de Peixe)

Moqueca, which originates from the state of Bahia in Brazil, is a light fish stew in a coconut broth flavored with herbs, ginger root and some tomato. The hearts of palm makes it a wonderfully different dish. Brazilian Fish Stew … Continue reading

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Fried Chicken Pizza Crust. Randolph’s Leap On The Stereo.

Yep. You read that recipe title right. Fried Chicken Pizza Crust. Insane, right? As you know, I love these kind of over-the-top recipes especially when they are as easy as this one. Just substitute fried chicken for dough and layer … Continue reading

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Raisin Pecan Oatmeal Cookies

I don’t make cookies with raisins in them very often because my crew always ask, “What? No chocolate chips?” But I make chocolate chip cookies so often that sometimes I need to fill the cookie jar with some other flavor. … Continue reading

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Recipe Ideas For Halloween

The last time I did a Halloween recipe roundup was 2 years ago. Check out the post here which includes recipes for Bloody Jelly Donut Eyeballs, Spicy Witch Fingers, Bloody Cake Brains, Mummy Dogs and Mummy Burgers. Since then I’ve … Continue reading

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