Monthly Archives: September 2016

Corn And Bacon Casserole. New Music From False Heads.

I watch America’s Got Talent so I wasn’t as shocked by this as I could have been. Yikes, though. Looking at a huge corn crop and wondering what to do with all those ears that does not involve a drill? … Continue reading

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Cheeseburger Tater Tot Casserole. New Music From Golden Bear.

“I see,” said the blind man, as he picked up his hammer and saw. Lolz. Here is some ultimate comfort food for you. A cheesy beef casserole topped with crispy tater tots and served with the usual cheeseburger toppers. Delicious. … Continue reading

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Piña Colada Shake. New Music From Lauren Mann.

Seen recently through my lens: I love the early morning fields in summer. A sleeping kitty shot, of course. I brought my daughter back to college. Sniff. That’s a cross that guy has to bear. A Norwich sighting. Turkey gathering. … Continue reading

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Harissa Carrots. Hot New Music From Francie Moon.

Poor little owl. Harissa, a chile paste from North Africa, gives sautéed carrots a deliciously smoky, spicy flavor. The maple syrup adds the perfect sweet counter balance. Harissa Carrots Ingredients: 4 tablespoons butter 1 pound thin carrots, peeled 2 tablespoons … Continue reading

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Fresh Tomato, Sausage, and Pecorino Gluten-Free Pasta. New Music From Iron Lines.

We recently had a guest with a gluten allergy, so I took it as an opportunity to try some gluten-free pasta. There are plenty of options out there nowadays. I tried these two brands and they were equally delicious. I … Continue reading

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Katharine Hepburn’s Brownies. New Music From Hidden Stash.

This is supposed to be Katharine Hepburn’s family recipe for brownies. It was published along with an interview of the actress in the August 1975 issue of The Ladies’ Home Journal. It uses very little flour which yields dense, fudgy … Continue reading

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Swedish Meatball Soup. Listening To Sad Day For Puppets.

If you love Swedish meatballs you are going to love this soup. If you have never tried them you are still going to love this soup. Lightly spiced meatballs bound with bread crumbs and cream are served in a creamy … Continue reading

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Veggie Cheese Squares. Listening To The Radio Dept.

Q: Who’s bigger, Mr. Bigger or Mr. Bigger’s son? A: Mr. Bigger’s son; he’s a little Bigger. Veggie Cheese Squares are the perfect light supper at the end of a busy day. Tender-crisp broccoli and bell pepper suspended in a … Continue reading

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