Monthly Archives: October 2016

Peaches ‘n’ Cream Bars. New Music From Marla Mase.

Keep that summer feeling going with these sunny Peaches ‘n’ Cream Bars. The contrast of juicy peaches, sweetened cream cheese and the nutty crumble topping is wonderful. Peaches ‘n’ Cream Bars Ingredients: 1 tube (8 ounces) refrigerated crescent roll dough … Continue reading

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Cheesy Sriracha Hot Dogs

There’s a lot of trust there! Now it’s your turn to trust me when I say that these Cheesy Sriracha Hot Dogs are totally delicious. If you like frankfurters and spicy food these dogs are for you. The heat comes … Continue reading

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Baked Buffalo Chicken Pasta. Listening To Anna Schulze.

Seen recently through my lens: I’ve watched a lot of soccer. Our varsity team is having a terrific season. The cat, of course. Here he is checking out my newest cd purchase. I went to visit my daughter at college … Continue reading

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Peanut Butter Brownie Bites. New Music From Ms. Hendrik.

Q: How do you measure a snake? A: In inches—they don’t have feet. Take care of your chocolate and peanut butter cravings with these yummy minis. Just use a box of brownie mix to make a bunch of mini brownie … Continue reading

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Gruyère And Mustard Batons. New Music From Allen Tate.

Looking for something easy and different to serve as a snack or appetizer? These Gruyère And Mustard Batons are just the thing. They are like elegant cheese straws with Dijon. Perfect with a glass of wine. Gruyère And Mustard Batons … Continue reading

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New Mexico Stacked Enchiladas. New Music From Cloacas.

In New Mexico, enchiladas come stacked not rolled. This version features ground beef in a thick, mildly spicy green chile sauce sandwiched with cheese between corn tortillas. New Mexico Stacked Enchiladas Ingredients: 1 1/2 pounds ground beef, cooked and crumbled … Continue reading

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Chocolate Chip Cookies Baked In Chocolate Chip Cookies. New Music From Shock Machine.

I recently made some chocolate chip cookies and brought one outside to a friend as she was dropping my son off. She remarked that it seems like there are always chocolate chip recipes on ISITK. Without counting I knew that … Continue reading

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Baked Mussels With Tomato And Capers. Listening To Glenn Meling.

I usually make mussels on the stovetop so I was intrigued by this recipe that uses the oven. Easy, Easy, Easy. (Not that the stovetop version isn’t, but the the oven doubles as a kitchen warmer in the colder months) … Continue reading

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Slow-Cooker Sausage And Kale Soup. New Music From Weslynn.

I knew that I had shared a recipe for Kale And Sausage Soup once before. And sure enough a quick search showed that it was in this post from four years ago. On the US presidential election day, no less! … Continue reading

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