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Debby Foodiewife
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Author of the Food Blog "A Feast for the Eyes"
Author of the Food Blog "A Feast for the Eyes"

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Grilled Pork Tenderloin a Soy-Orange Marmalade Glaze
  I have been following the " Simply Recipe " blog for some time, and I have made several recipes from it. I appreciate the step-by-step photos, and have had success every time. This recipe is no exception. I had recently cleaned out reorganized my pantry,...
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German Marble Cake (Marmor Kuchen)
Craig and I just return from a 2 week vacation to Bavaria, Austria and Tyrol (Northern Italy). We had a fabulous time, of course, and we took at least 2000 pictures. I know I have a summer school break project on my hands, as I cull the best of the best.
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Braised Brisket and Vegetables
I absolutely love my InstantPot , and I use mine several times a week. But,

there are lazy Sundays when I enjoy putting my Dutch Oven to work.  Braising meats, in liquid, low and slow for several hours tenderizes meat until it's so tender that you don't ...
Braised Brisket and Vegetables
Braised Brisket and Vegetables
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Mile High Lemon Meringue Pie
  Yes, I am back from my food blogging hiatus!  I'm glad to be back, and I hope that many of you have stuck around by subscribing to my feed or following me on my Facebook Fan Page . I just had to take a break from social media for a while. I wanted to take...
Mile High Lemon Meringue Pie
Mile High Lemon Meringue Pie
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The Prodigal Food Blogger -- How the food blog world has changed for me
For the last few weeks, I have struggled with logging on to my food blog and Facebook Page . I just couldn't find the right words, and I'd second-guess if I should even write a post that doesn't have a recipe and photo. This morning, I'm on week #2 of my a...
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Mixed Berry Scones
So many of my fellow Americans love biscuits, but I much prefer what I perceive is a "cousin" to this Southern specialty.  I'm talking about scones.  I think I prefer scones because they are mildly sweet, and so versatile with all the ingredients that you c...
Mixed Berry Scones
Mixed Berry Scones
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Taco-Mex Homemade Hamburger Helper (One Pot Wonder)
When I made the recipe for Homemade Cheeseburger Hamburger Helper , it was a big hit with my family. I was reminiscing how my my mother used to buy a Mexican-themed one. It's been a very long time, but I remember a taco-style flavor to the beef. I thought ...
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The Ultimate Sugar Cookie - and my best cookie baking tips
A few months ago, one of my students brought a plate of sugar cookies to share with my office. For me, it was love at fist bite and I had to fight the urge to not share the cookies. However, in good conscience, I passed them around and everybody raved abou...
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Homemade Cheeseburger Hamburger Helper (One-Pot Wonder)
I can remember, back in the early 1970's when Hamburger Helper first hit the supermarket.  My mother, being born and raised in the Bavarian Alps, had a limited repertoire of  American cooking. We were both shocked and surprised when Mutti brought this home ...
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Farmhouse Chicken Noodle Soup (Pressure Cooker Style)
  First, let me explain that if you don't own a pressure cooker , you can still make this recipe in a regular old stock pot. Just increase the cooking time by four times! If you do own a pressure cooker, then this is THE chicken soup recipe for you! Pinkie...
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