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This super easy dinner is a tribute to the much anticipated arrival of extraordinary spring weather that’s sure to be followed by lots of sunshine and less time in the kitchen.  Generally, I braise pork chops.  Braising ensures a very moist texture, but is time and heat intensive.  For this evening’s meal, I fired up […]

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Awhile back my dear friend Emily sent me an email saying, “Do you have any recipes that call for a massive amount of turkey broth?  I am not kidding, I have a TON.”  Which was hilarious and awesome.  Anyway, she brought me 2 frozen quarts to our eggnog taste off.  (Yes the taste off was super fun.  […]

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I write frequently about really involved recipes as the cooking *process* is the part in which I’m really interested.  That said, I do have a few meals I’ve acquired over time that are super fast and easy, as well as really yummy.  I learned this one from my mother (thanks Mommy!), and I think it’s […]

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I’m closing in on one year in food blogging.  This time last year, I had my soup swap, and came to grips with my love of two things:  cooking and the Internet.  My husband was at his wits end with my permanent connection to my laptop, likely fearing my increasingly unhealthy addiction to CNN and […]

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I’m back!  Sorry for the long hiatus in posting.  Life has just been beyond busy, and frankly, I’ve been suffering from a lack of inspiration so I’ve been cooking many meals which I’ve already blogged.  I’ve been focusing my creative juices in some other places, some worthwhile, some not so much.  Anyway, I sought out […]

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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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I created this side dish for a different, healthy, light choice to replace our usual suspects.  If you haven’t jumped on the quinoa(pronounced keen-wa) bandwagon yet, you should.  Are you a vegetarian?  Do you tend towards high blood sugar?  Are you looking to add iron, folic acid, or fiber to your diet?  Are you exploring […]

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Another quick dinner idea.  One of my foodbuzz friend’s had a great recipe this week.  StumptownSavory posted a mustard sauce, that in addition to looking delicious, contained ingredients that I usually have on hand.  I’m not a huge lover of chicken, and I pray for the day the scientists hit CNN Wendy’s style crying WHERE’S […]

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For some reason I have this horror at using any pre-made products when preparing meals.  Maybe cause I feel like I don’t “own” it, you know, it’s not really “mine”.  It’s psychotic and really not very practical.  Luckily I have a loving husband who rolls with my personal insanities, finds them maybe almost endearing, even […]

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