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Heart Cookies
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  Here's my favorite Sugar Cookie Recipe that I have posted before, but it bears repeating, cause they're that good, and easy, and delicious. And perfect for a Valentine's Day Treat

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Pasta
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  I love a good Bolognese–sometimes called "Ragu". It doesn't really need to cook for hours and hours to be rich and flavorful. The prep is about 20 minutes, cooking time is 30 minutes once you have everything in the pan. I call this "Rustic" because I coarsely chop everything instead of mincing finely. If […]

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Roasted Chicken
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This is such an easy, yet fancy presentation for a special dinner night. Prepare the packets ahead time if you like then pop them onto the hot sheet pan.     Chicken En Papillote    1 large zucchini, peeled and trimmed 1 large carrot, peeled and trimmed 1 tablespoon cold butter, cut into little thin […]

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Chocolate for Breakfast. Yes please. Just add Coffee

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Cake
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  Here's another recipe that screams fall!

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Apple Baking
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  These scones are great anytime, but in the fall they really hit the spot.

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Racks of Ribs
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  This is a great master recipe for baby back ribs. Sauce and Spice Rub recipes are included. Add any sauce you like, but do try this Root Beer version, or sub in Dr. Pepper or Coke! I love this "Cowgirl" Spice Rub but use what you like.

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Easter Cake
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  Tried and true, classic coconut layer cake. Old school, nothing fancy. Just delicious. Such a welcome tradition at the Easter table.

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corn chowder
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  Celebrate the bounty of summer with this easy and delicious soup

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Lavender Plants
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Sometimes I add a splash of Monin Lavender Syrup to my drinks to give them a deeper lavender hue–just for fun!    ~Lavender Lemonade~ makes one half gallon         lavender syrup: ½ cup water ½ cup sugar 4 teaspoons dried culinary lavender     For Lemonade: 2 cups fresh lemon juice 4 […]

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11 Jan
Shrimp Cakes
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  I'm not much of a crab person, but I love these little shrimp cakes. I usually mix up the "crumb" part with some panko, pretzels, crackers or any bits of cereal I have left over to make up the bind and the crust. I have made these with GF crackers quite successfully too. They […]

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Cream of Jalapeño Soup
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  This rich and creamy soup makes a great starter or main course, served with a salad. The jalapeños can be seeded or not to achieve your desired level of heat. However you do that, the distinct flavor of the jalapeños shines through. I've guided this soup with some additional fried peppers and shallots.

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