Author Archives: tbuzzee

Honey Garlic Slow Cooker Chicken

It’s a birthday surprise! We’re in NOLA to celebrate my day, and our (very nice) French Quarter hotel has just discovered that the city has turned our room’s water off for the day for… stuff. *sigh* Still and all, we … Continue reading

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Beef & Pork Enchiladas

The original recipe for these tasty treats was “Weeknight Enchiladas” from the nice folk at Southern Living Magazine; but, of course, I had to make a few changes… like, using “meatloaf mix” (ground beef and pork) from the market in … Continue reading

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Enchilada Sauce

I came across a new enchilada recipe that looked as thought it might be tasty, and I had all the ingredients at hand, except… no enchilada sauce? Well, thanks to da google, I found a nice looking recipe, that with … Continue reading

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Happy Camper Sauce

Who doesn’t love a juicy burger? Our market’s butcher shop makes a pretty darned fine pepper edged pub burger with big chunks of Cheddar cheese mixed in; and we love ’em topped with Provolone, grilled onion and peppers, and… condiments! … Continue reading

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Korean Meatballs

I am always a bit iffy about calling a recipe “nation” whatever because, invariably, there will be that person who writes to say “that is nothing like “nation” food!” so – consider that mebbe these are Korean inspired meatballs, but … Continue reading

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Ravioli Soup

This soup shouldn’t work, but man, does it ever! None of the veggies are cooked beforehand, everything but the ravioli and the sherry vinegar go into the pot at once, then gets brought to a bowl and left to simmer … Continue reading

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1905 Salad

In the Ybor City section of Tampa, there is a famous restaurant, The Columbia. I had always wanted to check it out when my parents lived there, but my dad was not a fan of anything with a hint of … Continue reading

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Birch Syrup Cod

While in Canada for a family wedding this spring, one of our cousins gave me this cool cook and travel book, “Feast – Recipes & Stories from a Canadian Road Trip.” It is a beautiful book, with recipes from one … Continue reading

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Sweet Potato Cake Lettuce Wraps

Let me begin by saying that Rich does not care for sweet potatoes. I don’t either, really, if we are talkin’ about that marshmallow and brown sugar thing that folk trot out at the holidays; so, when I told him … Continue reading

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Salted Caramel Icebox Cake

Rich came across this recipe somewhere on the interwebs, and asked that I try it; but to wait until we had folk over to make it, because he was thinking that he would most likely lose any self-control it until … Continue reading

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