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No picture sadly, but I’ve missed writing recipes.  I have a backlog of photos without recipes written down and recipes without photos.  At this point I find I’m killing myself with wasted time, trying to remember how I came up with that delicious dish 3 months ago.  So while it may not be pretty, the […]

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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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One of our tried and true staples back since my Round Rock days has been beer can chicken. First and foremost, who doesn’t love a recipe that starts off 1) Open beer, 2) Drink half… (I feel like Jim Belushi in the Johnsonville Brats commercial.) As summer lurks just around the corner, it’s time to […]

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With Soup Swap 2011 right around the corner, I’m back to blogging with my recipe for Cream of Mushroom Soup.  Mushroom Soup may well come in in more variations than any other soup outside of tortilla.  My recipe creates a thinner more broth than cream based soup packed with fresh mushrooms of many varieties.  While […]

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Thanksgiving is truly one of my favorite holidays.  I love the food, the break from school or work, and the true opening night to the holiday season.  I love a party, and when are there more parties to attend than the holidays?  Nearly all of my Thanksgiving repertoire can be found on my website in […]

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I like to fancy myself a housewife version of the Iron Chef, where Kitchen Stadium more closely resembles an obstacle course with the biggest risks involving slipping on a stray lego thus losing valuable preparation minutes or accidentally losing a finger due to an imposing plastic tarantula’s presence scaring the life right out of you.  […]

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I’ve made batches and batches of crab cakes in my life, yet somehow they’ve just never been quite perfect.  I’ve tried recipes from Ina Garten and Paula Deen and numerous others as well as just winging it on my own.  Somehow the perfect crab cake has eluded me until now.  I started a post called […]

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This super quick chicken recipe is fancy enough for dinner guests, though admittedly probably a bit to spicy for children.  My friend Dr. Ruth, no not that Dr. Ruth – this one is a professor at UT, recommended her version adapted from an old issue of Bon Appetit.  I adapted the herbs further to my […]

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These ribs are so tender and packed with flavor that you might be tempted to drink the sauce straight from a glass.  You certainly will want to add an extra ladle full to your plate.  My recipe is adapted from an October 2007 issue of Bon Appetit.  One of the greatest things about this recipe […]

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Brrrr… It’s cold out there!  Well Texas cold anyway.  As I break out the long sleeves and track down the jackets, I remind myself.  The only good part about winter is the holidays!  DinnerandConversation will have you ready to prepare the perfect holiday feast.  This year I’m offering cooking classes to help you feel at […]

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