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Six ingredients to dessert heaven


I needed to make a quick dessert for a cookout gathering we had with our church and found a new recipe to try: Blonde Cheesecake Brownies (also known as Bayou Brownies from New Orleans). Simple and sinfully delicious. Only Six … Continue reading

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When the world gives you bread, make bread pudding!


On Christmas Eve, Tom, Melea and I went to a nearby Golden Corral for dinner. It seemed odd for a December 24th but we had already had “Christmas” the week before in Atlanta with all the stateside children we could … Continue reading

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Cookies, Yolks and Modification


Well, someone has been out of the kitchen too long! Crazy time tonight (after getting home at 10:00 from a wonderful production at the community theater)! A new recipe was picked up somehow between going to the show and coming … Continue reading

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Pantry Raid #19: Lasagna


Found some more browned ground beef from the prepping the pantry day hiding in the freezer. Having that on hand made putting the lasagna together so much easier. All the cooking I had to do was boil the noodles. Then … Continue reading

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Pantry Raid #13: Cheeseburger Omelet


Breakfast needed to have more protein than usual. With four nights of basketball games in one week, the playa needed her strength! A perusal of the ‘frig inspired an omelet, but not just any omelet. There, awaiting its call to … Continue reading

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“Not a Soup” Squash Spice Bread


After posting for 15 days on 40 Days of Soup, I wanted to post a recipe other than soup and ironically it is baked in empty soup cans or larger tomato cans. Helping a friend with her Christmas brunch, I created this … Continue reading

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Passover Seder-shank bones, roots and all


Preparing for our annual family Messianic Passover Seder.  Just put the lamb in the oven.  Stabbed and stuffed with slivers of garlic and covered with coarse sea salt. Yummmmm.  Bake for a couple of hours, uncovered and bammm! Love it … Continue reading

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Papaw’s Cornbread Dressing


Every Thanksgiving, as we begin our meal, I hold my breath.  Will I pass “inspection?”  I wait for the reaction of my husband’s first taste of the dressing.  His dad made the best in the world and I try to … Continue reading

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“Granny Squares” or Easy Chessycake Bites


I got this recipe from a customer.  It is somewhat like a cheesecake in taste but way easier.  (Hmmmmm, there seems to be a them with the easy thing!  What can I say?  Work smarter not harder.) I wanted to … Continue reading

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