Cheddar Walnut Sables ~ #BakeTogether

March 22, 2012

This month for #BakeTogether Abby gave us a savory selection. The challenge was to make your own adaptation of her Spicy Parmesan Sables. Challenge accepted! I love sables although I’ve only ever had the sweet version, some of the best ever being made by the very talented hands of Dorie Greenspan herself. But I’ve never […]

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Hazelnut Muffins Two Ways ~ #MuffinMonday

March 5, 2012

This week for Muffin Monday I have hazelnut muffins for you! These muffins have hazelnut meal in the batter which lends such a nice hint of nutty flavor to them. The sound of hazelnut muffins alone was appealing to me as I read this assignment but these two little muffins hide a sweet secret inside. Oh […]

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Happy Chocolate Milkshake Day!

September 14, 2011

Ok, well… I’m a few days late. National Chocolate Milkshake Day was actually Monday, September 12th however I had those scrumptious granola muffins to share with you for Muffin Monday so I figure now you’ve digested those and are ready for a new delicious creation. What a fine holiday indeed. I’ve told you once before […]

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Lemon-Lime Basil Shortbread Cookies

July 14, 2011

Lately I have been all about adding herbs to sweet treats. I’ve made a strawberry white peach sorbet with basil then there was watermelon lemonade infused with rosemary. So when I came across cookies with basil baked in them I had to give them a try. I love shortbread cookies and these were no exception. […]

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The Steak That Wasn’t & Gingered Snow Peas and Carrots

March 12, 2011

How in the world do you mess up steak? It really can’t be done unless you over cook it, right? Well, that’s what I thought until the other night. You see, I made what was destined to be a simple yet delicious asian type marinade for this beautiful steak. A little soy sauce, a little […]

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The Family Dinner and a Whole Roasted Chicken

February 15, 2011

I think there’s a lot to be said about the importance of the family meal. I grew up in a household that ate together every single night. If someone was going to be late getting home, then we waited. Each and every night we ate together. Now, in my adult life I place a huge […]

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Spicy Southwest Kielbasa Skillet

December 22, 2010
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So as you all know by now, quick and easy one-dish meals are the name of the game a lot of the time in my house. With busy lives, that’s just sometimes the way to go. (And with no dishwasher, fewer dishes are always appreciated!) So here we have a one dish wonder that combines […]

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Quickest Side Dish Ever! Simple Asparagus

November 23, 2010

So this will be my shortest post ever, as it will also be the quickest accompaniment you can make for any meal. This is a crisp, clean, fresh side that will compliment nearly anything you pair it with. I was fortunate enough to have some amazing homemade sea salt on hand courtesy of Linda Miller […]

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Spice Rubbed Salmon

November 19, 2010

These days quick, easy dinners are the name of the game a lot of the time… With a 1-year-old demanding my every ounce of attention, a house to maintain, a job I work once a week yet that’s just enough to prevent me from ever catching up on things around here, an 80-pound dog that […]

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Chicken with Roasted Vegetables & Wild Rice

November 15, 2010

This is a great fall dish for a weeknight dinner or it’s nice enough to serve for company. Either way, it’s delicious! Chicken breasts nestled in together with sweet potatoes, crisp celery, parsnips, carrots and sweet onions. Roasting them all together couldn’t be easier. Then mix those sensationally seasoned veggies with some wild rice and […]

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HRCT?? Check it out and see…

November 11, 2010

I remember my very favorite thing that my mother would make when I was growing up… Nothing fancy, just a little bit of comfort food that still to this day brings warm memories of her. Not that she’s gone anywhere except now we’re a few states away. But how the tables have turned because now […]

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