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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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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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Paella – Fiesta in a pan till the morning after… (via .)

The great thing about food and recipes is that you can add one or two local ingredients of your own and a new recipe is born. I guess that is the way many great recipes come about today. Like music … Continue reading

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Zuppa Toscana (via )

Zuppa Toscana Ingredients: 1lb Italian Sausage (With Casings Removed) 6 Large Russet Potatoes (Cut into Cubes) 1 Large Onion, Chopped 5 Strips Bacon Chopped 3 Cloves Garlic, Minced 2 Cups Chopped Kale 1 Cup Chopped Pepperoni 2 Quarts Chicken Broth ½ … 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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Chicken Stuffed with Apples, Cheddar & Fresh Thyme (via MotifBrophy)

  We really do eat other things besides chicken, I promise! You’d never know it from the recipes I post, though.  It’s a good, lean protein and we enjoy it.  I’ve been working on some of my own original recipes instead … Continue reading

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Recipe: Marmalade with Vanilla and Honey (via warmbreadandhoney)

Right, I have a number of requests asking for my marmalade recipe.  There are dozens of methods and recipes out there for marmalade, as I discovered when I embarked on the Great Marmalade Challenge.  I found a method that made … Continue reading

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Rescued by a Big Fat Sausage. In the face. (via All You Can Eat For Free)

Being accused of hyperbole is nothing new to me.  In fact it happens almost on a daily basis.  I don’t mind this really, because in a way I choose (in a sort of ‘glass half-full’ thing) to take it as … 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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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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