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Mary Sullivan Frasier
Family. Friends. Food. Fearless Living.
Family. Friends. Food. Fearless Living.
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Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner
Looking for some last minute sides for your turkey and stuffing? Or, maybe you're looking for help about how to roast your very first Thanksgiving bird. Either way, you'll find recipes for everything you'll need from salad to dessert in the links below. Sin...
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Chicken Paprikash
This is such an easy dish to make and is so delicious, I honestly don't know why I don't make it a lot more often. It is rich and full-bodied, but not as high in fat or calories as you might think. If you're really concerned about fat grams, you can always ...
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New on the blog! Classic Chicken Piccata! A super easy weeknight supper, yet it's grand enough for those special ccasions!
#easysuppers #chicken #lemon #garlic #capers #piccata #weeknightmeals #familyfriendly #quickmeals #recipes
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Classic Chicken Piccata
I remember my first experience with "piccata" and I'm sad to say that it wasn't a very good one. It was a veal piccata dish, made by an old friend who had invited us to dinner back in the late 70's or very early 80's. It wasn't because it was veal. I like v...
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Grilled Churrasco Skirt Steak With Chimichurri (Plus BONUS VIDEO!)
It's not likely that skirt steak would really be on the same tenderness scale as say, filet mignon... But, ask people who've had it (cooked properly, of course) to rate it's flavor on a scale from 1 to 10 and I'd bet you plenty that 99.9% of the card carryi...
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How To Saute Mushrooms Perfectly - Every Time!
The way I see it, mushrooms tend to be one of those 50/50 foods. You guys know what I mean... the kind of food that never gets a middle ground response. When it comes to this often pungent, earthy fungi people either really , really love them, or they reall...
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Old Fashioned Roast Pork Dinner
A few weeks ago, while going over one of my posts from a previous holiday season ( Nana's Apple Pie ) I began feeling more than a bit nostalgic. Not that it's at all unusual at certain times of the year, for folks to experience a mix of joyful anticipation ...
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Creamy New England Clam Chowder
Who doesn't love a good hearty soup when the colder temperatures in the Fall and Winter months set in? In my opinion, there's nothing like it to warm you up inside, when the damp and the cold are chilling you right through to the bone. When you live in some...
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Women In Food ~ Anne Burrell's Bolognese
Welcome to the 2nd installment of Women In Food!

Back in the early days of this blog, I'd planned on doing a monthly feature that would showcase one of the incredibly talented women, who are boldly and deliciously paving the way for new generations of fema...
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Budget Friendly Beef Stroganoff
My mother used to call this "Poor Man's Stroganoff", but with the cost of food these days, I don't think there are too many types of meat that I'd call a bargain anymore. I swear that even though it's just the two of us now, our grocery budget climbs higher...
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