Monthly Archives: September 2016

Cranberry Cobbler Cocktail

My daughter took a course in Saint Petersburg this summer. Knowing her parents all too well, she brought us back a bottle of local spirits. It tastes like a potent cranberry liqueur which makes it perfect for tempering with some … Continue reading

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Spicy Bacon Hot Dog. New Music From Fraternal Twin.

This is the second recipe this week that stars bacon, but what can I say? Bacon is goooooood. Bacon is especially good all spiced up in a lime-soy sauce and spooned over hot dogs along with crunchy, limey tortilla chips. … Continue reading

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Whole Wheat Zucchini Bread. New Music From All Those Ships.

There is always someone looking for something to do with all the zucchini in the garden….like me. Unlike the majority of recipes for zucchini bread that I have tried which are packed with sugar and oil (and to be honest … Continue reading

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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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