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Bubble and Squeak (via Things we make)

Here is a little something I found that was quite unusual over at “Things We Make.” When I think of getting rid of left overs I always think frittata, but this person thinks “Bubble and squeak.” It seems like a … Continue reading

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Pork Tenderloin with Honeyed Butter and Sage and Perfect Roast Potatoes (via Korena in the Kitchen)

This pork tenderloin is delicious. Honey-y and butter-y and sage-y and delicious. The recipe is adapted from my trusted friend Martha (I added the sage – rosemary or thyme would probably be really good as well), and as usual, she … Continue reading

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The Quest For The Perfect Burger Continues… (via Manna and Quail)

Tonight we continued our quest for the perfect burger, a pursuit that started more than five years ago when we got married. The Not Quite Perfect Yet Burger Yields 3-4 burgers 1 pound of ground beef (85/15 or 80/20 would … Continue reading

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Slow Cooker Pork Roast with Cranberries and Onions (via Cooking Whims)

I’ll be honest with all of you — this pork recipe is really the only pork recipe I’ve ever enjoyed. Pork chops and pork roasts always turn out tough and/or dry, no matter how much sauce you slather on it. … Continue reading

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CHICKEN CREOLE (via The Southern Lady Cooks)

This chicken and tomato dish with all the spices served over rice will quickly become a favorite.  Serve it to family and guests for a real comfort food meal anytime. 4 to 6 chicken breasts (I use the frozen boneless, … Continue reading

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Roasted `Caps with Sun-Dried Tomato Aioli (via ARoadMoreBalanced)

It is officially Spring, but she keeps dancing with Winter. While I am starting to crave lighter & greener foods, I still want something I can sink my teeth into. Can a dish be light & hearty simultaneously? That doesn’t … Continue reading

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Pan-Seared Salmon with Soba Noodles (via nutritioulicious™)

The other night I was home alone for dinner for the first time in a while, so I decided to make something that I love but my husband isn’t so fond of: Salmon. I’ve previously shared other recipes using salmon … Continue reading

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Losing Money and Saving Weight (via impressonion)

Wait what? Well it’s usually easier than the reverse, losing weight and saving money. But since that is actually the goal, I’ll just toss in a “strike that, reverse it.” Tonight I bring you 15 tasty recipes from the geniuses … Continue reading

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Sophie Dahl: Chicken stew with green olives (via The awesome things I do.)

I’ve had way too much work to do lately to be able to think about proper cooking. Today though, the day was a bit slower. I finished work early and had the day off, so I spent it on family … Continue reading

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Beef & Guinness Pie (via Lea & Jay)

Beef and Guinness…need I say more. My idea of comfort food. This pie is not only so simple to make but also so incredibly delicious. The filling for this pie is cooked slowly for 1 1/2 hours to allow the … Continue reading

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coconut shrimp soup (via laughin’ in the rain..)

We’re back from our backpacking trip and I’m trying to organize my pictures before I post about the trip. It was AMAZING! After I took a shower the second we got home I was ready to go back. Tonight we … Continue reading

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Honey Mustard Garlic Chicken (via Korena in the Kitchen)

My friend Cara makes delicious honey garlic pork spareribs, and I love how the honey and garlic caramelize in the sauce and get all sweet and sticky (or rather, even more sweet and sticky!) in the oven. This chicken dish … Continue reading

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Homemade mashed potato (via The awesome things I do.)

My second lazy dinner last weekend. This was made in a jiffy yesterday around 8pm when I saw I had forgotten to eat.. again. I looked through all the cabinets and found basically nothing. Mashed potatoes is really easy and … Continue reading

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HAM, CHEESE AND TOMATO QUICHE (via The Southern Lady Cooks)

This quiche is good for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.  The spices and fresh tomato really give it a great flavor.  It could also be made with sausage.  This easy recipe will become a favorite. 1 (9 inch) pie crust, … Continue reading

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Parmesan Shrimp Penne (via Raptor Toe – Food, Baking, Fun.)

    We needed another quick dinner, but I had ingredients this time!     You need: A bag of med/large sized shrimp 15-20 ish, peeled. 2 tbsp butter 1 clove garlic 2 tbsp flour 1 1/2 cup milk 1 … Continue reading

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