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Feb 18

Chocolate Zucchini Bread

When I first made this bread I wasn’t expecting it to wow me, but I was wrong and it has become a popular snack in my house. A rich moist chocolate bread with a tender crumb. If you have never made a zucchini bread and are concerned with tasting a vegetable in your desert, don’t …

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Feb 07

Chicken Wing Seasoning

No matter what flavor of chicken wing you enjoy, or the level of heat, this seasoning is a good “foundation” to start with. I am one that has a problem with cooking meat and not seasoning it. The end result of your dish is much more flavorful and delicious when seasoned properly. This recipe makes …

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Jan 31

Cheesy Cauliflower and Broccoli Bake

This easy side dish of cauliflower, broccoli and a delicious cheese sauce can also become a main dish by adding either cooked chicken or ham. Pimientos and Dijon mustard are added to a traditional cheese sauce, and panko bread crumbs tossed in butter are sprinkled on top of the casserole. Since this is a large …

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Jan 22

Roasted Cabbage with Onion Dijon Sauce

Roasted cabbage slices drizzled with an onion-Dijon sauce are quick, simple and delicious. If you’ve never roasted cabbage this could be a game changer for you. Roasting vegetables brings a different taste and texture to them with caramelization and crispy edges. Add a complimentary sauce of butter, onion, Dijon and garlic and you have a …

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Dec 23

Hot Bacon and Blue Cheese Dip

This warm blue cheese dip will be one of your favorite appetizer recipes for entertaining. I can not tell you how insane it is! It is one of those appetizers that you just can’t walk away from. My husband who does not care for blue cheese even liked it. This is a great appetizer that …

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Dec 07

Miso Honey Salmon

Miso is a new ingredient for me to cook with. I watched Tiffani Thiessen on the cooking channel use it in this salmon dish and thought I’d give it a try. I had to do a little research since I had no clue as to what I was looking for. I did have difficulty finding …

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Dec 02

Spiced Pecans

Although delicious anytime of year, spiced nuts are a great addition to your holiday entertaining and make a great hostess gift. There are many arrangements of spices you can use, increase or decrease any of them to suit your taste. Enjoy! 1 egg white 1/2 C. sugar 1 tsp. kosher salt 1/4 tsp. ground cloves …

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Nov 17

Pumpkin Cheesecake Cake

If you make no other desert for the holidays, this is it! I shared this with my neighbors and friends and everyone raved about it. What they had left over they ate for breakfast the next day! Two layers of moist pumpkin cake have a layer of spiced cheesecake in between them, with a cinnamon …

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Nov 12

Peas with Mushrooms

The holidays are here and you will need a super simple side dish to go with your delicious feast. This is a very simple way to jazz up plain old peas by adding mushrooms, water chestnuts and soy sauce. If you don’t eat soy sauce, I used coconut aminos and salt to taste. Enjoy! 2 …

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Oct 29

Slow-Cooker Baked Apples

This was the first baked apple recipe I had ever tried and I’ve made them over and over so far this fall season. I fell in love with the combo of ingredients that spell fall to me. Crunchy nuts, tart cranberries, sweet raisins and fall spices fill these apples, then they are topped with a …

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