Monthly Archives: November 2022

Heavy Cream Louis, But Better!

Folx who know me know that I can rarely pass up a salad with Louis Dressing on it, especially if asparagus is involved. So much so that I have five different serving options and variations on this one site. But … Continue reading

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Shaved Sprouts Salad

Looking for a tasty, elegant looking salad for a special occasion, but don’t really feel like fussing about it? Have I got a salad for you! There was a slight miscommunication between my husband and myself when planning and prepping … Continue reading

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Vintage Beefy Cocktail Spread

Really… doesn’t “Vintage Beefy Cocktail Spread” make a better headline than… Liverwurst Spread? It is ALL in the branding. The thing is, though, this liverwurst (or, if you prefer, Braunschweiger) spread is really simple to make and really, really tasty, … Continue reading

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Stuffing or Dressing? No Matter, It is ALL Good!

My sister and I are in agreement that the barefoot contessa is one of our fave cook book authors. I have never been unhappy with one of her recipes, and this stuffing (or dressing) is the one I will be … Continue reading

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Again With Mary’s Meatloaf

Yeh. I know. At this point in November, I should be posting something about turkey or stuffing or some such, and I will, but… at some point, don’t we just need a simple, tasty meatloaf? Mebbe with French Peas and … Continue reading

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Arby’s Sauce – As a Glaze

So… this was gonna be a twofer recipe day; our current FAVORITE meatloaf method, and my current FAVE glaze for said meatloaf, but… It was a snowy day, and I had physical therapy for my boo-boo shoulder, and now I … Continue reading

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Julia Child’s Cranberry Relish

Yep. It is that time of year. When even small-time food blogs like mine get 100s of hits per day, everyone looking for that one perfect recipe for the big feast. Well, here it is, and you’re welcome. Some folx … Continue reading

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Blender Mousse

Back in the day, my mom would make pudding for dessert. From a mix, but not instant, and she would stand over a pot at the stove stirring for what seemed like forever while the pudding gently came together. My … Continue reading

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Buffalo Chicken Tatchos

This recipe showed up somewhere from the nice folx at Food Network, and I thought it would work a treat as the main course for an early afternoon Book Club gathering. It is gluten free, and I kept the pickled … Continue reading

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Chicken Pate With Green Apple

One of my all-time fave munchies is a peppery chicken paté, the flavor built with the addition of a green apple, a nip or so of brandy, and, here’s my spin on the whole thing… I use allspice in place … Continue reading

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