Monthly Archives: April 2016

Drunken Passover Grilled Cheese. Mister G Has Matzah On His Mind.

Mmmmm….wine and cheese. Wine and grilled cheese. Wine in grilled cheese on matzo/matza/matzah/matzoh So interesting and surprisingly delicious. If you are celebrating Passover (or not!) and want a new way to eat matzo and use up that sweet wine, give … Continue reading

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Spicy Jalapeño Philly Cheese Steak Sliders. Listening To Big Sixes.

Q: What did the father lion say to his family before they went out hunting for food? A: “Let us prey.” Cheesesteak sandwiches get a redo with these creamy and cheesy Spicy Jalapeño Philly Cheese Steak Sliders. The pretzel rolls … Continue reading

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Best Ever Southern Pecan Pie Bars. Listening To Seth Timbs.

Seen recently through my lens. Always finds the sunbeams. We went retro for movie night. Went to Six Flags New England for amusement. :) No nonsense doggie bag. This was yesterday. This was today. Best Ever Southern Pecan Pie Bars … Continue reading

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Greek Spiced Almonds. Listening To Indiependents.

That was unexpected! Moving along to this hot recipe. Greek Spiced Almonds are super easy to make. Roast the nuts, then warm briefly with the spices. What I love about the recipe, aside from being really yummy, is that the … Continue reading

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Queso Soup. New Music From Thanks Light.

One of my most vivid memories is from a dinner out over 20 years ago when I lived in Texas. Our next door neighbors invited us out to dine at a Tex-Mex restaurant with 2 other friends of theirs. One … Continue reading

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Baklava Poke Cake. New Music From Handsome Ghost.

Baklava. Cake. Put it all together and you have an incredibly moist, buttery cake packed with a flavor wallop of walnuts, cinnamon and honey. The cinnamon/vanilla/honey whipped topping is out of this world. Baklava Poke Cake Ingredients: 1 (15.25 oz) … Continue reading

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Buttermilk Fried Chicken And Salsa Mac And Cheese. New Music From The Howling Tongues.

Math teacher: Thomas, you’re just average, and you’ll never be anything but average. Thomas: That’s just mean! I got a note from John who wanted to introduce the music of his good friends The Howling Tongues. He thought their brand … Continue reading

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Homemade Amaretto. New Music From DTHPDL.

If you like Amaretto, the sweet almond liqueur, you are going to love how easy it is to make at home. I think the recipe is perfect as it is, but adjust the sugar to your taste. The recipe doubles … Continue reading

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Salted Honey And Apple Tarte Tatin. New Music From Fear Of Men.

Last week was spring break for my kids. I gave my computer a big hug and promised we would resume our usual hangouts soon. It was fun to have time off from the usual routine. The highlight was a trip … Continue reading

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Kronnerburger Patty Melt With Parmesan & Garlic Fries. Listening To Fragile Tom.

Q: What do you call a nose without a body? A: No body nose. This is not your average burger. The Kronnerburger Patty Melt, named from its creator California chef Chris Kronner, is a glorious mess of a cheeseburger. A … Continue reading

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