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Kerrygold Open-Faced Breakfast Toasts

Monday, January 5, 2015

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I’m a sucker for a good breakfast. I love breakfast, and I also love to entertain guests. When I have overnight guests I like to make them a special breakfast. Now, if you know me, you know I like things that LOOK like they took a lot of effort, when in reality they are dead […]

Cheese and Onion Enchiladas with Chili con Carne

Mon, Feb 23, 2009

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I live in Texas and have a shameless addiction to Tex-Mex food.   I grew up on the stuff and from an early age remember going to restraunts that served dishes of fragrant, spicy food and warm, soft tortillas. Among the things I love most are cheese and onion enchiladas.  Now, most places serve them with […]

Flourless Chocolate Cake

Fri, Feb 20, 2009

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If you love chocolate then this recipe is the one for you.  My husband, who used to work in restaurants, would make this for me years ago when we were dating.  I found his old book of formulas and remembered how good this simple cake was and decided to go about making it.  His formula was […]

Flour Tortillas

Wed, Feb 18, 2009

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When I was growing up in South Texas we had this neighbor who would, on Saturday afternoons, make her tortillas for the week.  Believe me, I made friends with her children so I could make myself available for tortilla day.  I think she enjoyed my enthusiasm and always had a few extra tortillas for me to […]

Wacky Cake

Mon, Feb 16, 2009

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Guess what this cake is missing?  Can’t do it?  Then read on … My husband was listening to the radio a few days ago and the reporter was discussing money saving recipes.  One recipe was from the Great Depression called Wacky Cake. In an effort to save money, and because food items such as eggs, butter and milk […]

Crepes with Fresh Fruit, Whipped Cream and Ganache

Fri, Feb 13, 2009

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Sounds fancy, right?  Well, it is fancy but it is not as complicated as you might think.  If you have never made crepes before then you need to know a few things. First, the thinner the crepe the better.  Crepes are quite eggy and if you make them too thick they will overpower the dessert.  […]

Who Wants Pancakes??

Wed, Feb 11, 2009

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We recently had an ice day I got to stay home with my husband and our three dogs.  On such occasions, which are few and far between in my part of Texas, I like to make a big breakfast to celebrate a day of unexpected freedom.  So, I made a big stack of fluffy homemade […]

Molten Chocolate Cakes

Mon, Feb 9, 2009

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Many, many years ago, before I went to culinary school, I tried my first molten chocolate cake.  I was perplexed as to how they were able to have a perfectly firm cake on the outside while having a molten chocolate core inside.  I was sure it was done by placing some sort of frozen chocolate center into […]

Apple Cake

Fri, Feb 6, 2009

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Have you ever had a bag of apples sitting around and you don’t know what to do with it?  Well, I found myself with that problem a few weeks ago and I decided to get creative.  The results were outstanding and I want to share.  Green apples are tops in my book.  They bake well, they slice and […]

Guacamole … My Way

Wed, Feb 4, 2009

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 This is guacamole, my way.  It may offend purists, who insist that guacamole is best when it is avocado and lime juice only, but I have made it this way for years and so far I have had no complaints.  Even with the mayo.  Trust me, it’s so good.   I served this dip for parties […]

Bacon Explosion … Yes, Really.

Mon, Feb 2, 2009

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My local newspaper, the Dallas Morning News, posted a recipe just before Superbowl Sunday titled Bacon Explosion.  Since bacon is the candy of meat, I had to click the link and see what was what.  What I found was intriguing, and hard to resist. It is a blanket of woven, thick cut, bacon that encases […]

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