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Green Beans with Caramelized Shallots

Haricots verts. Have you heard of them? They are French green beans; longer and thinner than the green beans we are used to here in the US. This recipe calls for haricots verts, but if you can’t find them in your grocery store don’t worry you can use the thinnest green beans available. They will …

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Sweet ‘n’ Tangy Chicken

Okay, dig out your crock pot from the back of the cabinet to make this delicious recipe! If you don’t own one you don’t know how much of a help this appliance can be. The aroma from this dish while cooking will make you excited for dinner again. Most of the ingredients you probably already …

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Green Velvet Cupcakes

This one is for St. Patty’s Day, and they are delicious. The recipe is from the Cooking Channel’s website swapping red food coloring used at Christmas time for green. I don’t normally make the red, but thought this would be fun and different. For this recipe they used a food processor to mix the batter. …

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Creamy Cheddar Cheese Grits

Grits. Never thought I would be eating grits. Here in the south, shrimp and grits are very popular, and the grits are made with cheese. Ahhhh! Put cheese on anything and I will eat it! I’m not sure I would like plain grits though; I need flavor with my food. If you love cheese and …

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Chicken Marinara with Pasta

Have you ever looked at a recipe and thought it looked complicated so you didn’t try it? This was one of those, so I changed a few things and it came together easier. The first time I make a recipe I make it as it is written and make changes from there. I need to …

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Quick and Spicy Tomato Soup

I watched Giada DeLaurentiis make this on the Food Network a few years ago, and I have been making it since. It is quick and delicious. Perfect for a cold night with a slice of fresh baked bread, or a grilled cheese sandwich. Sprinkle Parmesan or feta cheese over a bowl full…..Yum! If you don’t …

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Pineapple Cheddar Spread

This is a spread that when you first look at the ingredients you might think…..what, they don’t go together. Trust me, they do. I only use 1 tsp. of the soy sauce to cut down on the salt. Though this is great anytime, you could definitely use this for a speacial occasion. Try it on …

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Flank steak marinade

This is one of the great marinades I use when I grill a flank steak or a skirt steak. If you’ve never used one of these cuts of beef give them a try. They are used when making fajitas. Because they are a tougher cut of meat you will need to slice them thinly going …

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Pickled Peppers and Onions

Welcome again to my new blog! My first recipe is one I made for the first time this past weekend. I took it along for our visit with the in-laws for a taste test and it passed. Pickled peppers and onions are a great condiment for anything you’d like it on. We put it on …

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