Monthly Archives: June 2016

Shrimp Po’Boys With Artichoke Rice Salad. New Music From Channel D.

Nice words. And a very nice meal comes your way today. Shrimp Po’boys, the classic crispy shrimp Cajun classic, are paired up with a creamy, marinated artichoke rice salad. To make the Po’boys into party finger food, cut the sandwiches … Continue reading

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Short And Sweet. Lemon Bars.

And someone did this to the video. A packaged cake mix gets some doctoring to transform it into these yummy lemon bars. A little bit crisp and a lot tangy-sweet, they are full of bright citrus flavor. Lemon Bars Ingredients: … Continue reading

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Greek White Sangria. Listening To Nalyssa Green.

Nothing like a fruity glass of sangria while kicking back on a warm evening. This white sangria gets its Greekiness from Metaxa, a Greek brandy, and the sweet addition of apricot nectar. Greek White Sangria Ingredients: 2 (750ml) bottles dry … Continue reading

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Beet Soup With Crème Fraîche And Chives. New Music From Помни Имя Свое.

My daughter is currently taking a course in Russia. I haven’t talked to her about what she has been eating the past two weeks while there, but I am sure beets have been on the menu. If she is lucky, … Continue reading

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Baseball Cookies. Dropkick Murphys On The Stereo.

I made these fun Baseball Cookies for my son’s HS BB banquet. They looked great and tasted wonderful. For more baseball themed desserts check out these Baseball Cookie Pops, this Baseball Glove Cupcake Cake, these Baseball Strawberries and these Baseball … Continue reading

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Broccoli And Bacon Mac N’ Cheese. New Music From Paul Mayson.

Q: Why can’t your nose be 12 inches long? A: Because then it would be a foot. Crunchy broccoli and smoky bacon are fantastic additions to creamy mac n’ cheese. The stovetop cheese sauce, with a hint of Dijon, is … Continue reading

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Spiced Pork Patties. Blistered Peppers With Tomato, Mozzarella And Pesto.

That’s what you get when you try to find something funny about spice. lolz. Onto the food. Talk about a riot of flavor on a plate! The super spiced up double pork patties are served alongside roasted and filled colorful … Continue reading

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Pralines. New Music From Adrienne O.

Roasting the pecans gives this recipe for Pralines an extra depth of flavor. The sprinkling of salt on top is a nice updated touch. Pralines Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar 3/4 cup light brown sugar 1 teaspoon kosher salt, … Continue reading

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Broccoli Pesto Polenta. Listening To A Silent Film.

Broccoli Pesto Polenta is a seriously good bowl of yum. It’s creamy and cheesy with a hint of basil. The poached egg on top totally makes the dish. Broccoli Pesto Polenta Ingredients: 1 cup polenta 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 … Continue reading

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