Monthly Archives: August 2016

Short And Sweet. Skillet Chocolate Chip Cookie.

It’s been four years since I made a skillet cookie. (Check out the Dark Chocolate Chunk Skillet Cookie here.) Aside from being baked in a cast iron skillet, the two recipes couldn’t be more different. Today’s recipe is mixed together … Continue reading

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Rice Bowls With Fried Eggs. Listening To Steve Everett.

So it truly is back to school time around here. I dropped my daughter to college this past weekend and my boys start classes tomorrow. Sigh. Summer always flies by. With school comes soccer season which means lots of late … Continue reading

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Stuffed Pizza Bites. New Music From Hawai.

Get your pizza on with these easy, tasty little pizza bites. They are the perfect snack for hungry kids of all ages. Stuffed Pizza Bites Ingredients: 1 (10 count) package refrigerated biscuits Dried oregano Garlic powder 10 (1-inch) cubes mozzarella … Continue reading

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Healthy Makeover Sticky Toffee Pudding. Listening To Queue.

Healthy Makeover for that always delicious Sticky Toffee Pudding? Sure! I’m going to be honest with you. I don’t know that light cream and Greek yogurt in the sauce constitutes a healthy makeover. The pudding itself is as rich as … Continue reading

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7-Up Marinated Pork Chops. New Music From Leaone.

7-Up in a marinade? I’m an avid soda fan (I know, I know…it’s bad for you. Yada, yada, yada.) So, I’m always intrigued by recipes that have soda as one of the ingredients. The lemon-lime flavors in 7-Up makes it … Continue reading

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Kale Caesar Salad. New Music From THØSS.

Kale, that darling of the produce section, stars in this riff on a Caesar salad. The bold dressing doesn’t have egg yet derives much creaminess from the Dijon and olive oil. The notes of lemon give the dressing brightness. Don’t … Continue reading

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Decadent Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake. New Music From Loch Lomond.

I am a believer in all of Ina Garten’s recipes. So if she says a chocolate cake is decadent, I totally take her word for it. We recently had a guest with a gluten allergy. Cue in this recipe for … Continue reading

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Beef Lombardi Casserole. Listening To Jesse Sheppard.

Beef Lombardi Casserole, so named because the caterer who created the recipe back in the 1990s liked how it sounds, is the perfect pan of comfort food. Cheesy, creamy noodles are layered with a tomato-chile ground beef mixture and topped … Continue reading

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Peppadew Steak Sandwiches. New Music From He Is Me.

Q: What do you get if you eat uranium? A: Atomic ache. Spicy/sweet Peppadew peppers are used to flavor mayonnaise which gets tucked into a hero sandwich along wth sautéed steak, veggies and provolone cheese. Delicious. Peppadew Steak Sandwiches Ingredients: … Continue reading

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Ben & Jerry’s Toffee Bar Crunch Ice Cream. Listening To Sego.

This recipe from Ben & Jerry tastes just like their famous pints of Toffee Bar Crunch Ice Cream formerly Heath Bar Crunch. Well, we should hope so, right? The base is silky smooth and full of vanilla flavor. It’s like … Continue reading

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