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  Sugar cookies are a universal childhood favorite.  I’ve yet to meet a little who can turn one down.  But these sugar cookies are a treat for the grownups, too.  My husband swears they go well with Bourbon.  My friend, Angela, and I were discussing cooking at lunch the other day.  She’s a trained chef, […]

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This simple salad has been one of my favorites of the year.  It requires you to step away from the pre-washed bagged lettuce, but I think Romaine hearts are one of the easiest lettuces to prepare.  If you can chop and wash celery, romaine hearts work the exact same way.  Adding sliced grilled chicken can […]

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It started with a hummus sandwich. Austin’s local sub shop chain, Thundercloud Subs really began my voyage into Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine.  As a child I was hardly an adventurous eater, a habit that only slowly began to change in my early 20’s.  For my entry to challenge #2 for Project Food Blog 2010, […]

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The title may be a tad bit misleading, as I’d guess most people wouldn’t call this party an “easy” menu for a child’s 5th birthday party, but I’d say it was certainly elegant.  Since I’m just rolling from one party straight into the next, LE’s Fifth birthday party was a combination of two events in […]

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Key Lime Pie is my father’s favorite dessert, so I made it for his birthday last week.  I’ve been through a variety of bottled key lime juices over the years.  Between being hard to come by and inconsistent, I decided to give this a go with fresh key lime juice.  Key limes are those teeny […]

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Fish night!  SMIL told me she read somewhere that for perfect skin you should eat salmon, melon, and something else I forgot.  Along with nearly everyone, our family needs to eat more fish.  It’s healthy, it’s quick to prepare, and we are over-chickening in this house anyway.  Luckily I have children that eat and love […]

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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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My sweet friend Michaela brought Tabouleh to some-one’s bachelorette party.  Was it mine?  Was it Lisa’s?  I can’t remember, they all seem to have blended together over time.  In any case, I quickly decided it was one of the best things I’d ever had prepared by a friend.  (Michaela is an exceptional cook, and really, […]

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