Monthly Archives: November 2011

Simon and Garfunkel Chicken

I found this recipe in my huge “Bon Appetit Cookbook.”  I’m sure by now you’ve guessed why it’s called Simon and Garfunkel Chicken – parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme!  And now the song is stuck in your head, isn’t it? … Continue reading

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Awesome Red Sangria

This is Guy Fieri’s red sangria, and it was greatness.  I found it in his book “Guy Fieri Food”, which I love more and more every time I use it. You know I always love a good sangria, and this … Continue reading

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Spicy Flank Steak Fajitas

These were quite tasty!  I found the recipe in Emeril’s “Sizzling Skillets”.  We really enjoyed this meal. Fairly easy to make, and it’s tough to beat a good fajita dinner. Ingredients: 2 tbs lime juice 2 tbs chopped cilantro 4 … Continue reading

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My Grandmother Rose’s Pecan Pie

I plan on making a pecan pie for Thanksgiving this year, and I realized that I’ve never made one before, so I did a “practice pie” last night.  We LOVED it!  I used my mom’s mother’s recipe that she gave … Continue reading

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Baked Pasta with Chicken and Pesto Cream Sauce

This looks unassuming but turned out FANTASTIC!!  The night we served it, I actually ate seconds, and seconds are a big no-no for me.  The leftovers were great too, and neither of us got tired of eating this, which says … Continue reading

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Cast-Iron Chocolate Chip Cookie

This was so so good! We made it last weekend and loved it! This is one giant chocolate chip cookie made in a cast-iron skillet. I found it on my good friend Aimee’s blog, See Aimee Cook. This would be … Continue reading

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Italian Nachos

These were quite excellent!  I had some corn tortillas close to expiring, so I fried them up into chips and used them to make these nachos.  Of course, nachos are traditionally Mexican flavored, but these were an interesting twist on … Continue reading

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