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Grilled Herb Parmesan Asparagus

Grilled Herb Parmesan Asparagus

| May 24, 2006 | 3 Comments

I make no secret of it. I love asparagus. When I was younger, I would eagerly eat the tender tips and skip the thready bottom, but with age I have come to even appreciate that aspect. And now I know that I could always peel that off with a vegetable peeler. For the past month […]

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Crepes Recipe

Crepes Recipe

| May 17, 2006 | 3 Comments

Thin, filling-ready crepes are easy to whip up with this easy crepes recipe. If you’ve ever had crepes from a street vendor in Paris, you’ll swoon for these. On Mother’s Day morning I decided to treat myself by making a special breakfast: crepes. I’ve never made them before so it really was a trial and […]

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Perfect Baby Carrots: Glazed Carrots

Perfect Baby Carrots: Glazed Carrots

| May 14, 2006 | 0 Comments

Looking for a recipe for sweet, buttery Glazed Carrots? This one is easy, and produces a tasty result perfect for holidays, Sunday dinner or whenever you are craving carrots. Can we talk carrots? I am a sucker for tender, sweet carrots glazed with a buttery sauce. I mean, who isn’t? (Okay, there are probably some […]

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ARF: Fiddlehead Greens Salad

ARF: Fiddlehead Greens Salad

| May 1, 2006 | 2 Comments

I was wandering the produce section of a local supermarket . . . I do that a lot . . . and came across these interesting greens right next to the sugar snap peas. “Fiddlehead greens,” the package proclaimed. They weren’t too expensive ($2.50 or so, for the package) so I decided to pick them […]

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Beet Greens Bruschetta

Beet Greens Bruschetta

| April 30, 2006 | 1 Comment

Don’t toss your beet greens! The leafy pieces on the top of stems of fresh beets are delicious — and perfect in this easy Beet Greens Bruschetta recipe. Do you love beets as much as we do? When whipping up delicious beet recipes like Glazed Beets, be sure to save your beet greens for later. […]

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Double Trouble: Glazed Beets and the Mushroom-Broccoli Affair

Double Trouble: Glazed Beets and the Mushroom-Broccoli Affair

| April 25, 2006 | 3 Comments

Well, it’s Tuesday again (funny how it comes around every week, isn’t it?). And that means that it is time for Sweetnick’s ARF/5-A-Day Tuesday. If you haven’t heard of it, check it out. Cate from Sweetnicks challenges us to up our fruit and veggie intake and get in those powerful antioxidant rich foods. The round […]

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Homemade Crispy Onion Straws

Homemade Crispy Onion Straws

| April 22, 2006 | 0 Comments

Zesty, crispy onion straws are a delicious alternative to fries or onion rings. Try these as an appetizer, or on burgers for a delicious crispy addition. Try these in Stacked Steak Asiago Sandwiches. Print Homemade Crispy Onion Straws Ingredients2 medium onions, sliced thinly and separated into rings 3/4 cup all purpose flour 1 tsp chili […]

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Stacked Steak Asiago Sandwiches

Stacked Steak Asiago Sandwiches

| April 22, 2006 | 3 Comments

This quick and easy recipe for Stacked Steak Asiago Sandwiches combines sharp Asiago cheese with crispy onion straws and thin slices of seasoned sandwich steak. This sandwich idea came to me when I had a few sandwich steaks laying around and I wasn’t sure what to do with them besides cook them. After a little […]

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Peanut Butter, Strawberry And Chocolate Wrap

Peanut Butter, Strawberry And Chocolate Wrap

| March 26, 2006 | 0 Comments

Creamy peanut butter and chocolate tango together with juicy, sweet strawberries in this quick and easy recipe for a Peanut Butter, Strawberry And Chocolate Wrap. Alright. I decided to do something really nice for my stepson today, since it’s just he, Will and I. Daddy had to work. So I devised a quick recipe to […]

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Herb Cheese Mini Focaccia

Herb Cheese Mini Focaccia

| March 25, 2006 | 3 Comments

Love focaccia bread? This recipe for Herb Cheese Mini Focaccia is easy to make — and so delicious too. Let me be clear about something. Until recently the only herbs I ever used came in dried form from jars. And even then, I barely paid attention to the shapes and colors of them. I suppose […]

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