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Chewy Coconut and Dark Chocolate Raspberry M&M Cookies…With Milk… |...

Have I told you I don't like milk? I believe I may be just a titch bit lactose intolerant. Or, I may totally just be making that up. And

- French Braised Pork Chops

One of the meals I love to make is braised pork chops with a spice rub. pork-rib-chops-edit-web. The pork chops are so juicy and tender and

Mangia: Pretty Things.

Asparagus Tart with Cilantro-Pecan Pesto: Ingredients: For the Tart: 1 lb. of phyllo dough, thawed according to manufacturer's direction

Tilapia Curry with Red Peppers and Awards!!

I haven't posted a fish recipe for quite sometime although I make it two or three times every week.For this recipe I've used Tilapia

Creamy Farfalle with Cremini, Aparagus, and Walnuts

This is one of my favorite pasta dishes that I've been making for several years. One of my old co-workers (who is one of the best cooks

honey & jam | recipes + photos: Lemon Cake with Black Tea Frosting

1cake. This past Saturday, I spent most of the morning baking & photographing this cake. Hours spent in the kitchen, singing along with

Cookistry: Potato Biscuits

Just about every month, I enter the contest at Kitchen Play. It's fun, and sometimes I win, which is good. And when I'm in an idea s

Beetle's Kitchen Escapades: Easter Sunday with Four Cheese Scalloped Pot...

Happy Easter one and all! Easter means so much to me ever since I can remember. Most importantly, for me, it is the day Christ rose again fr

Mini Meatloaves

Meatloaf! It's what for dinner! Again. Yippee? OK, I admit meatloaf can be a bore after a while. That' why we change it up sometimes

Plate Fodder: Mocha Torte with Butterscotch Filling - and the Easter Shoot

Many years ago I inherited a rabbit from a friend moving out to the West Coast. He was a three-foot American Checkered named Sebastian. He w

The Art of Cooking Real Food: Roasted Asparagus and Mushroom Pasta

The most iconic vegetable of Spring has to be asparagus. We adore it, but we only eat it in the spring while it is in season because it loos

Home Skillet - Cooking Blog: Nutella Fudge Candy

If I were handing out awards to the contents of our pantry, sweetened condensed milk would definitely get an MVP. Hmm...I'm loving this

Homemade Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

A recipe for old-fashioned vanilla bean ice cream. A tasty frozen dessert made with a vanilla bean, cream, eggs, and sugar.

Home Blender: Garlic-Rosemary Sirloin-Tip Steak

Trying to find a decent sirloin-tip steak recipe is impossible!! I searched online and looked at about 20+ “sirloin-tip steak” results and a

Random smoothies, meal planning and wine

I’m suffering from a poorly executed meal plan this week…. probably better to say, a total lack of meal planning this week.  I did not go to

Confession No. 38 — Can someone tell me why?

When I was a young child, the series ‘Tell Me Why’ lined a section of our home bookshelves. Each dictionary-sized volume contained a slew of

Borough Market

The market opens from Thursdays to Saturdays and sells a wonderful array of fresh produce as well as steamy hot food. It is busiest on Satur

Get Ready for an easy Monday Supper

Beginning of the week and we all want an easy Supper to prepare to lead us gently into the week. Here's an easy option that's not on

The Weekend Gourmet: The Weekend Gourmet Hits the Road...Easter Weekend ...

After a brief cooking/blogging break to visit our families in the Houston area for the long Easter weekend, I'm back! Just because I did

Soaked Chocolate Pancakes

these tho. they're chocolate, and the fact that they're pancakes doesn't count. because you see, a pat of butter is not slapped