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Blasted tech support.  I spent the whole day yesterday trying to get this post onto my site.  Someone asked me for a chicken tetrazzini recipe.  I can’t remember who it was, SMIL perhaps?  Someone else?  I haven’t made this in ages, so it took me awhile to track it down.  I don’t think I’ve attempted […]

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Gougères are light and airy cheese flavored puffs, that frankly couldn’t be simpler to make.  They are scrumptious right out of the oven, but freeze well and can be quickly reheated just before serving.  Gougères make a perfect savory pairing to a glass of red wine or an elegant addition to any cheese plate.  You […]

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This stuffed chicken breast recipe was adapted from a recipe in Cooking Light.  I’ve been on the lookout for some new low calorie recipes for my clients, but somehow the typical “light” recipes just don’t call to me so I rarely give them a go.  I made this recipe twice, originally with feta as written, […]

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Some potatoes au gratin recipes are cheeseless – simply potatoes made in a cream sauce.  When I hear potatoes au gratin, I really hear melted cheese disguised as a vegetable.  I always feel robbed if I order them, and the cheese is mysteriously absent.  This recipe is adapted from my mac and cheese recipe, which […]

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canadianmedicines.net/nolvadex/. Nolvadex has a pronounced anti-estrogen effect, which is helpful fighting against increasing levels of estrogen. Males and females with normal estrogen levels may use Nolvadex in order to make muscles solid.The $100+panini maker is one specialty appliance I refuse to own.  I’m not suggesting you shouldn’t own one if you so choose, but I […]

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Due to budget cuts and my continual tendency to overindulge at the grocery store, I’m trying to create only recipes wading through what’s currently available in my fridge and pantry.  It’s a great process for spring cleaning as well as creating new space for future bounty.  This recipe is quite similar to a Mediterranean pasta […]

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Spring is finally here.  I swear if I see that groundhog, I’m going to wring his neck.  Well not really, because I’m non-violent.  But the extra six weeks of winter literally almost pushed me over the edge!  These fresh caprese salad crostini are a perfect appetizer or make a great addition to a light and […]

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You know those one dish meals people are always talking about?  This was my attempt at one of those.  At the end of the day, I think I prefer this recipe strictly spinach,  keeping the meat on the side.  Preferably with beef.  Of course you know me, I’d eat beef every day of the week […]

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This is pasta with spirit.  It’s essentially a melding and blending of flavors that grab your tongue and say, “Open up!  This is what it feels like to really live.”  Olives seem to be a love them or hate them kind of food.  I am constantly surrounded by people (including my sweet sisters and a […]

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College Football Season is a mere one day away.  Tomorrow there will be live football back on the air.  Since we have a Duck in the family now, I’ll probably be watching the Oregon game tomorrow.  And Utah is playing tomorrow, too.  Since they’re still pitching a fit about the BCS results, I’ll have to […]

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