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Jeanette Rueb
If you want to get into my kitchen, you're going to have to fight me.
If you want to get into my kitchen, you're going to have to fight me.
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Turn up the heat with this spicy chili -- perfect for a cool fall day!

I know I have several chili recipes, but chili is one of those foods that can be made and remade hundreds of times and still have room for experimentation. Personally, I’m on a mission to find the chili recipe to end all chili recipes. This one turns up…

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Happy Halloween! Treat yourself and your friends to a unique homemade liqueur -- But there's a trick!

Happy Halloween, my spooky friends! Your treat for tuning in is a delicious recipe for a sweet cordial, but the trick is that you have to wait for it to be ready! Halloween is my favorite holiday, and while I could spend the entire post telling you all…

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If you want to mix up your seafood routine, give this recipe a try!

This summer, I had a craving for something summery, but in a crockpot. I realize that it’s now fall, but when I wrote this, it was late June. I did some serious backlogging for the wedding… So, I’m sorry for holding onto this for so long before I could…

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Here's another traditional Indian recipe, a collaboration brought to you by my best friend, Gauri, and her sister, Neha.

If you want to try something interesting and new, you’re in the right place. Eggplant is a fruit that doesn’t have much of a place in American cuisine. Most of us have only ever experienced it in the form of eggplant parmesan or maybe on the grill. If…

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If you want to give your homemade (or store bought) bread a little bit of flare, try making this super easy apricot butter!

One of our friends has a big apricot tree in their yard, and it produces more fruit than they know what to do with. This summer, a group of us went and picked several pounds of ripe apricots, and I went on an apricot-baking spree. One of the first things…

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Fill your home with the warm smell of fresh bread!

Back to the old books we go, this time for a homemade bread recipe called “water bread.” It gets its name from the fact that it’s made with — you guessed it — water. If you’re easily amused like I am, this recipe is also a great opportunity for a…
Water Bread
Water Bread
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Impress your friends and family with this sweet homemade liqueur!

Limoncello is an Italian liqueur made with lemon peels, alcohol, sugar, and patience. If you want to put your leftover naked lemons to use, make a double batch of this recipe and then use the fruit and any leftover alcohol to make hard lemonade (or…

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Homemade jam is easy, tasty, and better for you than store-bought jam!

The Hubby asked for some homemade jam the other day. I asked him what flavor and his response was: “Blueberry! There isn’t enough blueberry stuff in the world.” I had made a fruit reduction for my strawberry-filled rosewater cupcakes in the past, so I…

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Enjoy the end of summer harvest with this fresh and easy dinner!

Don’t let the ingredient list fool you, this recipe is super easy, super healthy, and super filling. It can also easily be converted into a vegetarian recipe by swapping out the chicken for some extra firm or firm tofu. Make it vegan with a cheese…

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Make this Friday a Stir-Friday!

The hubby and I have taken a liking to a local stir fry place over the course of the past year, but eating out a lot can get expensive pretty quickly. I got a stove-friendly wok from Nana, so I decided that now was as good a time as any to break it out…
Stir Fry
Stir Fry
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