Monthly Archives: September 2015

Spiced Carrot Soup With Coconut Cream. Listening To The Autumn Stone.

This made me smile. Okay, let’s put aside cubs and spitting cobras and talk some soup. Today’s Spiced Carrot Soup With Coconut Cream is a lovely balance of sweet and savory. The ginger gives it a bright bite, there’s a … Continue reading

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Samoas Cupcakes. Best Songs Of 2015 (So Far).

I love Samoas Girl Scout cookies. Toasted coconut, caramel and chocolate all neatly packaged in cookie form. Yum. I made Samoas Cupcakes once before and they were divine. Since it has been over 4 years since I made a batch, … Continue reading

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Buttermilk Pancakes With Crispy Bacon, Avocado and Cilantro-Chile Oil. New Music From The Pacers.

This is awesome. So are these pancakes. I’ve made pancakes with bacon before like these and these (with chocolate chips!). But, this is the first time I’ve seen a recipe for pancakes with bacon and avocado and feta. All together. … Continue reading

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Salmon In Potato Case. Gorgeous New Music From Rob St. John.

When Rob St. John requested some seafood to go along with his new song, ‘Church Bells’, I knew the recipe had to be something that could match up to its elegance. I went straight away to my stack of Julia … Continue reading

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Short And Sweet. Chocolate Mug Cake.

Feel like some chocolate cake? Do you have 5 minutes? If you answered yes/yes, then I’ve got you covered here. I’ve read about these mug cakes time after time and finally decided to give it a go. Verdict? A cupful … Continue reading

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Crispy Baked IPA Sriracha Chicken Wings. New Music From Gillbanks.

Chicken wings. Yum. Sriracha. Double yum. IPA beer. Triple yum. Crispy Baked IPA Sriracha Chicken Wings. Home run yum. A combination of coating the chicken with baking powder and using first low oven temp then very high temp results in … Continue reading

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Best Cheese Bread. New Music From Passport To Stockholm.

A man just walked up to me and threw a block of cheddar in my face. I thought “that’s mature!” This is one fantastic loaf of bread. Packed with cheddar and a hint of garlic and dill, it’s moist and … Continue reading

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Nectarine-Rosemary Galette With Ricotta and Honey. Listening To Daydream Frenzy.

Newsflash…Rosemary and Ricotta are totally dessert worthy. These two ingredients add sophistication to a simple and rustic nectarine galette. A little honey and vanilla add subtle sweetness. Nectarine-Rosemary Galette With Ricotta and Honey Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups flour, plus more … Continue reading

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Lamb Patties With Pistachio Tzatziki. Listening To Heyward Howkins.

Did you know that McGinn’s Pistachio Tree Ranch in New Mexico is home to the world’s largest inedible pistachio? Interesting, right? Up the interesting ante at dinnertime with this unusual menu. Spiced lamb patties are topped with a cool tzatziki … Continue reading

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Bacon-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin With Broiled Polenta. New Music From Starr Blazerz.

I’m on board for bacon-wrapped anything so it’s no surprise I adored this dinner. Bacon-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin With Broiled Polenta is rustic and elegant at the same time. The bacon gets nice and crisp while the tenderloin cooks up moist. … Continue reading

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