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Moroccan Dreams, Chicken Tagine (via Kitchen Bitch)

I’ve been dreaming about going to Morocco for a few years now, but then again, I dream about traveling everywhere. But there’s something about the North African nation of Morocco that keeps it coming back to my daydreams. Maybe it’s … Continue reading

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shrimp scampi (via the ragamuffin diaries)

  I got to cook dinner for two wonderful mothers today, and then I got to go spend time with my wonderful Grandma.  Quite nice. (I also ate pasta for like the first time in quite a few months….. and … Continue reading

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Feed a Crowd: Texas-Style Oven-Roasted Beef Brisket (via Kitchen Bitch)

As I’ve mentioned before, in what’s most definitely been my most popular post all time, A Sure Crowd Pleaser: Beef Brisket with Homemade BBBQ Sauce, my boyfriend Doug LOVES brisket. If it’s on the menu, 10 to 1 he’s going … Continue reading

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New Orleans Gumbo, and making your own chicken stock (via the ragamuffin diaries)

In my last post I mentioned that we were in the process of making gumbo, and I don’t think, at that point, that I could have imagined how wonderful the simmering pot on the stove would be.  Oh my goodness, … Continue reading

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Man Meals: Juicy Ground Venison Burgers (via Kitchen Bitch)

All you hunters out there—or those lucky enough to enjoy the perks of being friends with one—this post is for you. I’m guessing you’re sick of dry, boring venison burgers, and I’m here to tell you it’s possible to have … Continue reading

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Creator of The Chuck Wagons 175th Birthday is Today(via Adventures in Food)

In 1866, Charles Goodnight was concerned about his cowboys. The trail was long and hard, and a cowboy could only carry so much food in his saddlebags and the food that was carried could not satisfy any kind of hunger. … Continue reading

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