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- This Soda Bread is simple to whip up - let the kids help (or sit back with an Irish coffee and watch them do it... fb.me/1Mw3oXyQP 1 week ago
- Happy Pi Day! This is one of our favorite pies - which I always make in a removable bottom fluted tart pan... fb.me/8jXs9wxY1 1 week ago
- In the pressure cooker right now... minus the mango and sauce, this makes our taste buds so happy with chicken... fb.me/4kzRB4wMv 1 week ago
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I tend to get an idea in my head and dive in – only later realizing that what I thought was a great thing is, in actuality, a shit-ton of work. Yesterday I woke up and went about my usual … Continue reading
This pic pretty much sums up my absolute favorite way to use the strawberry-rhubarb sauce recipe which I posted earlier in the week. Well, other than just eating it with a spoon, that is. The full-fat ice cream, whipped cream and vanilla … Continue reading
Obviously, make banana bread. But not some oily, bland, burnt banana bread… you want one that tastes just like Aunt Pam’s! And Aunt Pam would be whom, you ask? Well, she would be my mom’s sister, and she is also … Continue reading
I’m not the only one who goes food-crazy on Thanksgiving. I KNOW I’m not. I’ve seen my share of folks pushing their chairs away from holiday tables and gently rubbing their tummies as they mosey to the living room to … Continue reading
Rarely does anything taste as good as your memories of them. But sometimes, if you do it right, you can replicate that favorite cookie that your mom used to make once in a blue moon, complete with fork-made crosshatch pattern. I swear … Continue reading
Leeks, like their cousins shallots, onions and cippolini, are a staple in many dishes. The alliums mentioned each have a slightly different texture and flavor, but rarely serve as the main ingredient in a recipe. Enter the Leek Tart. I first tried … Continue reading