Monthly Archives: March 2015

Vanilla Bean Scones

My love affair with scones began about a year ago, on my birthday with Strawberry Cream Scones. I’d first tried scones from Alice’s Tea Cup in NYC nearly 11 years ago and only sporadically since then, from Starbucks or Great Harvest. As all … Continue reading

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Beef Enchiladas Mexican Plate

These enchiladas are a great meal to prepare ahead of time, freeze, and use at a later date. Or, like I prefer to do, prepare a double batch with the full intention of having one for dinner and freezing the other. I … Continue reading

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Crescent Chicken

A family favorite, this makes for a quick meal on a busy school night. Serve with a salad or other veggie, and you are good to go. Ingredients: 2 cans refrigerated crescent rolls 1 can cream of chicken soup 1 … Continue reading

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Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Grilled Chicken

Last July, for our anniversary, I gifted Chris a “Little Red Acorn” ceramic grill/ smoker. Since that time, I don’t think he’s cracked our gas grill even once and that’s okay with me. Since it uses lump charcoal, it produces … Continue reading

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Cast Iron Skillet Chocolate Chip Cookie

Very rarely do we order dessert out at a restaurant & even more rarely do we allow the girls to choose the dessert. Once upon a time, many years ago, we allowed the girls to select the dessert and they … Continue reading

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Chicken & Bacon Fried Rice

There are days when we are all on board with what we’re having for dinner. The other night it was this recipe so I got to work the night before because for whatever reason, fried rice is best made with … Continue reading

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Southwestern Egg Rolls with Cilantro Cream Sauce

There comes a moment in time when eating out, that I’m struck by the sticker price of the bill, and think to myself and share with Chris, I can make this at home for a heck of a lot less, have … Continue reading

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Chicken Salad Sandwiches

It was about 7 years ago on a business trip to Corpus Christi, TX that I had my first chicken salad sandwich. Food is so much a part of our familial culture and tradition, that something so very common to some can … Continue reading

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Brown Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies

It was cold, dreary, and snowy this weekend. I’m definitely a person who prefers all 4 seasons and when it’s cold, dreary, and snowy it’s also known in my house as “baking weather.” I’m not opposed to baking in the … Continue reading

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