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Easy Almond Cookies

I’m overdue for a recipe post. In some ways, it’s because I’ve gotten pickier. I make a recipe and I like it, but intend to do it again with changes and improve…and repeat…and then I don’t end up posting any! … Continue reading

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Coconut Curried Greens

I love collards. And to think that for 25 or so years of my life, I had no idea what I was missing out on!  I grew up in NY and never really tasted them, or if I did, I … Continue reading

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I *heart* Red Pepper Sauce

Yahoo!  At long last, I am delighted to get the honor to host Weekend Herb Blogging.  If you’re not familiar with WHB, it was originated by Kalyn’s Kitchen, and our current hostess is Haalo.  It’s a great way to get … Continue reading

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Arugula Winter Pesto

This is barely a recipe, but it is tasty! Lately, quick and easy have been the primary food criteria around these parts.  This pesto fits the bill, and works to make anything taste yummier. I use it as a dip … Continue reading

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Quick and Easy Asian Style Gingery Soup

This is a quick and and easy recipe that I turn to when I have a sore throat. It is in no way authentically Asian (or authentically anything, for that matter!) I find it very satisfying, and very low maintenance. … Continue reading

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French Yule Log–A Daring Baker Challenge

This month’s challenge is brought to us by the adventurous Hilda from Saffron and Blueberry and Marion from Il en Faut Peu Pour Etre Heureux.  They have chosen a French Yule Log by Flore from Florilege Gourmand. I love being … Continue reading

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Summer Lovin’ salad

I’m a springtime and summer kinda gal, and the winter months tend to get me down.  This salad is small a taste of summertime goodness to remind me of what I’m (eventually) looking forward to!  And this was such a … Continue reading

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Pom Chicken

Pomegranates are pretty much perfect.  Heck, they’re a lot of effort to peel, but it makes me appreciate them even more!  They’re very high in antioxidants and vitamin C, and wonderfully delicious. The only downside to poms is the amount … Continue reading

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Harvest apple crisp

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to share one my Apple Crisp recipe. It’s always been one of my favorite things to make because they’re so quick, easy and yummy. Crisps are a holiday tradition in … Continue reading

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Pear Skillet Bread

Sometimes I get something in my head and I’m not letting it go until I get what I want! This recipe is a perfect example. I love my Nana Skillet Bread, but bananas don’t agree with me…and I can’t have … Continue reading

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