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28 March, 2013

Curried Mango Chicken Soup

Curried Mango Chicken Soup
Comments : 3 Posted in : Soups on by : admin

I had a new kitchen experiment the other day. I love all things curry, and I had seen a recipe for Curried Mango Chicken Soup that I just had to try. I was somewhat skeptical about the mango, though. I have eaten raw mango before (although I have never actually purchased mangoes at a grocery
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23 March, 2013

Pesto Chicken Pasta Bake

Pesto Chicken Pasta Bake
Posted in : Entrees on by : admin

Happy weekend, everyone! I meant to get this post out last night, but I must confess that I got seriously distracted by Pinterest. I don’t know if that has ever happened to any of you, but it is a truly delightful way to spend what was meant to be about 15 minutes but somehow became
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21 March, 2013

No-Name Turkey Yumminess

No-Name Turkey Yumminess
Posted in : Entrees, Soups on by : admin

You know how some days just start out following Murphy’s Law (what can go wrong will), and then sort of morph over to Newton’s First Law of Motion (an object in motion stays in motion), and then just throw all sort of sense and order out the window and whirl you down a path that
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20 March, 2013

Homemade Meatballs and Polenta

Homemade Meatballs and Polenta
Posted in : Entrees on by : admin

I could start this post by saying that Italian food is one of my favorites, but let’s face it, ALL food is “one of my favorites”, so we can just skip right past that and get to the awesomeness of this recipe. Homemade Italian Meatballs with Polenta The list of ingredients is a little long,
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18 March, 2013

Green Food for St. Patrick’s Day!

Green Food for St. Patrick’s Day!
Posted in : Entrees on by : admin

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, everyone! In celebration of the day, here is an obscure piece of trivia for you: St. Patrick’s Day includes the shamrock because St. Patrick used the 3-leaf clover to explain the holy trinity to the Irish. As to the color green and lots of beer? Who knows, but I like it!
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4 February, 2013

Japanese Cooking Class!

Japanese Cooking Class!
Comments : 2 Posted in : Appetizers, Entrees, Ethnic on by : admin

Wednesday nights are reserved for Craft Night.  Normally, this is the quilting group (Sisters in Stitches) sitting around quilting like mad:  cutting, sewing, unsewing… But this last Wednesday, Chana and I deviated from the normal plan to learn to make Gyoza (Japanese potstickers) from some of our Japanese tennis friends. This is a very exciting
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24 January, 2013

Carrot and Ginger Soup

Carrot and Ginger Soup
Posted in : Soups on by : admin

I realize I have been on a bit of a soup kick lately, but hey… soup is comfort food, I love chopping vegetables (don’t judge, it’s mean), and it lets me use the immersion blender I got for Christmas!  Tonight’s culinary adventure in soup:  Carrot and Ginger Soup. Mike and I visited my Auntie Theresa
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21 January, 2013

Our Dear Tracy

Our Dear Tracy
Comments : 1 Posted in : General on by : admin

It is with great sadness that I write today.  My Mom and I are in Texas to celebrate the life of my cousin, Tracy, and to say good-bye to her many years too soon. A special thanks to one of Tracy’s friends, who posted this beautiful pic of her on FB so I could share
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13 January, 2013

Soup’s On!

Soup’s On!
Comments : 1 Posted in : Soups on by : admin

The temperature outside has been hovering between 20 and 30 degrees these days, every once in a while getting up to 40, but just way too cold for me!  When the temperature gets this low, I go for comfort food to warm me up:  casseroles, soups, and hot tea! I found this amazing recipe on
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