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Baked Oatmeal

where to buy Pregabalin 150mg Click here to view recipe. I am always on the lookout for “make ahead” breakfast items.  This includes scones, breads, refrigerated Muesli, egg bites, etc. And then I happened upon a recipe for Baked Oatmeal. I looked further at many … Continue reading

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Pad Kee Mao

buy Lyrical dance costumes online Click here to view recipe. You might have ordered Pad Kee Mao, aka “drunken noodles,” at a Thai restaurant, but I’m here to tell you that it is simple to make at home.  In fact, my daughter’s kids did all … Continue reading

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The Basic Brownie, Redux

barratrously If you know me at all – you know of my love of chocolate. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I make these brownies all the time. ALL THE TIME, people. Which caused me to want to share … Continue reading

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One Pot Chicken & Rice Bowls with Peanut Sauce

Click here to view recipe. Anytime I see a “one pot” or “one sheet pan” main dish recipe, I am enticed and intrigued.  The original recipe from Bon Appetit piqued my interest – it is hearty, filling, easy and filled … Continue reading

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Cauliflower Onion Kugel

Click here to view recipe. Kugel is a common Ashkenazi Jewish side dish and usually refers to a baked pudding or casserole, most commonly made with egg noodles or potatoes.  The noodle kugel I make most often is sweet and … Continue reading

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Italian Wedding Soup

Click here to view recipe. I have been making Italian Wedding Soup for a long, long time and yet, until today, I’ve forgotten to post it here.  Over the years I have changed it a lot; I usually use ground … Continue reading

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Greek Style Pasta with Lamb and Bechamel

Click here to view recipe. Years and years and years ago (my memory fails me here, but probably 40 years ago?) I took a cooking class here in Seattle at Mr. J’s Kitchen Gourmet (may she rest in peace) and … Continue reading

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Winter Cranberry Bread

Click here to view recipe. I know, I know…  I posted a previous Cranberry Bread recipe that I used to think was the bee’s knees and I was content. Then the other weekend, my daughter was at my home and … Continue reading

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Mile High Pumpkin Bread

Click here to view recipe. Some members of my family love everything pumpkin: pumpkin scones, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin pie, pumpkin risotto and of course pumpkin bread.   When I saw Smitten Kitchen’s pumpkin bread recipe, which uses an entire can of … Continue reading

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Homemade “Pam”

Click here to view recipe. For a long time, I used to rub Crisco and then shake a bit of flour on the insides of my cake pans and bread pans so the final product would easily release after the … Continue reading

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