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Buffalo Chicken Paninis

April 30, 2011


There’s a saucy little recipe for Buffalo Chicken Paninis on my new blog…check it out at Buffalo Chicken Paninis. While you’re there, subscribe to my blog in the box in the top right corner and you’ll be eligible for a Cookbook Giveaway! First winner will be picked on Monday! Advertisements

Post Holiday Blues? Crab Legs!!!

April 26, 2011


Check out my new post on my new blog for an easy crab leg recipe! Become a subscriber on my new blog and you could win a new, cool cookbook!

Sizzling Fajitas!

April 21, 2011


I just posted a great recipe for Sizzling Fajitas on my new platform – You’ll find all my recipes and comments there as I have moved over to a new platform that better suits my needs. Please follow me and re-subscribe! I’ll be giving away a some really fun cookbooks to those that do! […]

Just for the Halibut

April 14, 2011


I’m not a big fish eater. In fact, I’m a very picky fish eater…let alone cooking it. I don’t like the skin. I don’t like bones. I don’t like the smell of fish…. So what’s one to do? Halibut. Just for the halibut. (okay, okay, I’ll stop with the corny jokes starting now) I do […]

Asian Baked Pork Chops

April 4, 2011


Our freezer is busting with boneless pork loin chops because of a special at our local grocery store. I’ve been playing with pork recipes all month. This is my favorite! One of my favorite ways to prepare boneless pork chops is to bread and bake them. Over the years I have had good experiences and […]

Shrimp Pasta

March 27, 2011


I have to admit that I have a love/hate relationship with shrimp. I love to eat them but I hate to clean them…it grosses me out. Okay, now that you have full disclosure – I hate cleaning shrimp. I wear rubber gloves. Sometimes I close my eyes. I even have a little red shrimp cleaning […]

Stir Crazy!

March 26, 2011


I have been really getting into stir frys these days. They are such an easy way to be creative with cooking! Color, texture, flavor… Start with a basic recipe and add your own flair. That’s what I did last night. I started with a basic recipe from the March issue of Cooking Light. The first […]