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Shrimp Toast

For the holidaze, my husband had a taste for shrimp cocktail, with my own home made Cocktail Sauce, of course, so, since we were at a store known for their spendy, but usually quite good stuff; we picked up a … Continue reading

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Boneless Leg of Lamb

In contrast to Thanksgiving, when we had most of my husband’s family for dinner; Christmas was just the two of us, so I went in search of something small, but Holidaze Feast worthy. My market delivered in the form of … Continue reading

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Lunch Lady Pizza Sauce

I came across a recipe from justcookwell.com for pizza “just like at school” and decided that this would be our New Year’s Day good luck meal. All of the ingredients were simple and on hand, the recipes pretty basic and … Continue reading

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Sweet Potato and Beef Ramen Soup

So, this soup will take a little explaining… The list of ingredients is gonna look like it goes on forever, but really, it’s just previously cooked meat (I used leftover Korean inspired Beef Flanken Ribs), a fair number of veggies … Continue reading

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Whole Chicken in the Multi Pot

This is one of my favorite – and, really, easiest – ways to make a whole chicken. The multi pot lets me brown the bird, sauté the veggies, finish the bird to tender, tasty perfection, and then make the gravy; … Continue reading

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Air Fryer Lamb Chops with Bonus Marinade

One of our fave warm weather dinners is marinated, then grilled lamb chops. Now, with the weather more suited to our northeastern Illinois home, how cool is it that I came across a method for air frying that is pretty … Continue reading

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Slattern’s Spaghetti

Nigella Lawson posted her take on the classic pasta putanesca (whore’s pasta), which she renamed Slattern’s Spaghetti; more or less a literal translation. The thing is… Nigella kept the anchovies and, yeh, I know they are supposed to dissolve in … Continue reading

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Beef Stroganoff

This is one of my husband’s favorite meals, but I really do not make it enough; so, when we had friends and family coming over for dinner just a bit after our tenth (official) anniversary, I decided to treat him. … Continue reading

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Marinated Bean Salad

The Washington Post called this “Marinated Pizza Bean Salad” when they published the recipe a few weeks ago and, this does have the bones of a good pizza – the oil, the basil, the garlic, the Mozz, etc.; I didn’t … Continue reading

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Cod With Spicy Tomato Sauce

Yeppers! It’s baked fish with tomato sauce! And, aside from the hour or so the fish spends in a milk bath, it all comes together in about 30 minutes, including the scratch made (and wicked tasty) sauce! First thing first, … Continue reading

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